Sugar Hole: 192m ‘Heavenly Well’

A deep hole in the ground has been found in China with a primitive forest that may be home to an extinct or unknown species such as the six-eyed flaccid spider.

Sugar Hole: 192m 'Heavenly Well'


In the middle of rocky limestone mountains lies a massive black hole that is 192 meters deep. The bottom is covered by a mysterious primitive forest the size of three football fields. until two weeks ago no human

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