Cave explorers stumbled upon a prehistoric forest at the bottom of a giant sinkhole in southern China earlier this month. Such sinkholes are also known in Chinese as Tiankeng, or "Heavenly pit."

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At a depth of 630 feet, the sinkhole partially hides the Washington Monument. Below the pit was an ancient forest that was nearly three football fields long. There are trees towering over 100 feet and according to the Chinese government. One of 30 gigantic sinkholes in the county.

The sinkhole was discovered by cave explorers outside the village of Ping'e in Leye County, southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. A team of explorers descended into the pit on May 6, where they found ancient trees and other vegetation. According to the Guangxi press release

Karst is a type of terrain. which is ideal for geological wonders, such as sinkholes in Ley County. Formed by groundwater that dissolves subsurface limestone. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, approximately 20% of the United States is composed of cast terrain. including attractions such as Carlsbad Cave in New Mexico. and Mammoth Cave in Kentucky.