12 Jaw Dropping Earth Holes You’ve Probably Never Seen

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12 Jaw Dropping Earth Holes You’ve Never Seen

Nobody can really explain the appearance of these holes, but this phenomena looks God damn cray. No jokes! Some of them will scare you to death ( hope you’ve got your Huggies on).
 
Nature is overseeing us all; it doesn’t matter what people do to prove their excellence – nature rules! These beautiful and creepy locations will take your breath away. Some of these places look more than just fascinating, people will be stunned after discovering these mind-boggling locations. Bet, a lot of thrill-seekers will add these places on their bucket list. Why not? Forget about boring landscapes you’ve seen before.
Now, freeze, pal and take a look at these outstanding photos.
 
1. Dean’s Blue Hole
Where: Long Island, Bahamas
This Hell’s door is 650 feet deep and it says that the devil can drug you and kill you.
But you’re not afraid, right?
1. Dean's Blue Hole

 

 

2. Kennecott Copper Mine
Where: Near Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Wow… it seems like someone just wanted to build a huge swimming pool (The pit is 2.5 miles-wide). What a scar on the planet!
2. Kennecott Copper Mine

 

 

3. Kimberley Mine
Where: Kimberley, South Africa
It used to be the home of diamonds, but now it’s totally empty. No riches are left, move on tomb raiders.
3. Kimberley Mine

4. Door To Hell
Where: Derweze, Turkmenistan
The Darvaza crater is the place when you will burn after playing games with karma, seriously, no signs of life out there. This giant oven will grill yo ass like a steak. Just kiddin’
4. Door To Hell

 

 

5. The Kola Superdeep Borehole
Where: Pechengsky Region, Russia
As the result of a scientific drilling project, we have what we have. It could be a great location for sci-fi horror movies especially if Vladimir Putin is in the starring role.
5. The Kola Superdeep Borehole

 

 

6. The Great Blue Hole
Where: Belize
The most popular scuba diving spot in the world. Jacques Cousteau turned this unknown place into a trend. Every scuba diver must visit this beautiful location once in their life – kinda like the trip to Mecca if you’re Muslim. Blue Hole = Freaking Astonishing!
6. The Great Blue Hole

7. The Sawmill Sink
Where: Abaco Island, Bahamas
A 2,500-year-old giant tortoise shell was found there. This hole is 55 feet deep and 110 feet across. It looks beautiful and hypnotizing at the same time.
7. The Sawmill Sink

 

 

8. Crveno Jezero
Where: Imotski, Croatia
The third largest sinkhole in the world, surrounded by cliffs. Just another destination you would like to reach.
8. Crveno Jezero

 

 

9. The Devil’s Sinkhole
Where: Near Rocksprings, Texas, USA
The most massive underground limestone, this sinkhole has mysterious origins, years ago treasure- seekers tried to find some riches in it.
9. The Devil’s Sinkhole

10. Dead Sea Holes
Where: Near the Israeli town of Ein Gedi
The Dead Sea is drying up and it causes a lot of large holes. These Dead Sea holes can’t be stopped.
10. Dead Sea Holes

 

 

11. Harwood Hole
Where: On the South Island, between Golden Bay and Tasman Bay, New Zealand
One of the biggest cave systems in the world, the deepest vertical shaft you don’t know about.
Hold your breath and take a look at it again.
11. Harwood Hole

 

 

12. The Heavenly Pit
Where: China, Xiaozhai Tiankeng
It could be translated as ‘sky hole’, a giant sinkhole with vertical walls. I guess some ancient Gods are taking a nap there and waiting for their time to wake up.
12. The Heavenly Pit



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