A team of scientists has discovered a giant Singol in the Guangxi region of southern China. A hole containing virgin forests and endangered species.
Following the discovery by a team of Chinese researchers in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the caves merged into the Singol gut on Friday, May 6, 2022.
They found that the hole contained at least three cave faces and 40 meters high ancient trees. Geo. According to Zhang Yuanhai, a senior engineer at the Institute of Karst Geology, Singol’s depth “felt like another world”. This pristine forest may be home to a variety of unknown mammals and insects.
The depth of this pit? 192 meters! So it can be classified as one of the great abysses. The second, in the name of Tiankeng’s Mandarin (translated as “heavenly pit”), are specific geographical areas. The landscape was modeled there by the melting of the rock in the rainwater, creating a vacuum in the basement and repeated collapses. Currently, 30 new zinc holes have been discovered in southern China.
But it is not only the Middle Kingdom that presents this kind of landscape. About 20% of the world’s landmass is made up of caves or volcanoes, including Mexico and Papua New Guinea.
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