Saturday, January 25, 2020

Maingon Blowhole

Some 40 m deep, narrow sinkhole - collapse of a sea cave. It is dangerous to attempt to see its bottom but the waves...

Port Campbell Blowhole

A sinkhole - collapse in the roof of sea cave in the spectacular Loch Ard. It is possible that for a while here existed...

Jacks Blowhole

Spectacular sinkhole - a large opening in the ground which formed after the sea cave collapse. The sinkhole is some 55 m deep and...

Little Salt Spring

Water filled, 61 m deep sinkhole. At the depth of 3 m, the water becomes anoxic. Thanks to this in the sinkhole – spring...

Lake Jackson

Shallow, 12 km long lake with two sinkholes in it. This lake has disappeared underground four times since 1907. Location, GPS coordinates: 30.52702 N 84.32219 W Categories: Lakes...

Falling Waters Sink

The tallest waterfall in Florida. It is active only during wet season when a stream falls in 35 m deep and 6.5 m wide...

Montezuma Well

Large sinkhole, 112 m wide and 17 m deep. It is fed by powerful springs and its water has a high level of dissolved...

Qagnax Cave

A lava tube where have been found remnants of unique dwarf mammoths (Mammuthus primigenius) who lived here around 3700 BC. Qagnax Cave is 12...

Bundera Sinkhole

Some 70 m deep, flooded sinkhole with anchialine ecosystem - e.g. the groundwater in this cave is connected to the sea, while at the...

X’kekén Cenote (Dzitnup Cenote)

One of the most photographed cenotes, with beautiful deep blue lake and sun beam lighting it through the ceiling, numerous stalactites. At least 35...