A team of scientists has discovered something new Giant dive Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region (China). According to the state agency Xinhua, the trees are up to 192 meters deep and 40 meters high.
This Large cave, A dense forest of tall trees, which may contain flora and fauna unknown to science. “This is good news,” said George Wayne, executive director of the U.S. National Cave and Karst Research Institute.
In this sense, Chen Lixin, who led the expedition to the cave, did not rule out the possibility of finding new species, he explained. The dense undergrowth on the floor of the sinkhole was about the height of one’s shoulder.
“I am not surprised to find species in these caves that have not yet been reported or described by science,” Chen said.
Guangxi Zhuang is known for its unusual corrugated formations — produced by the erosion or melting action of water — from the Singol to the rock pillars and natural bridges. In fact, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
“Due to local differences in geography, climate and other factors, the way karst appears on the surface can vary dramatically,” Veni said.
Therefore, “China has an incredibly beautiful Karst, Huge pits and huge cave entrances. ” He added.
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