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Why do sinkholes form?

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A chasm is a phrase used in geology to describe a subterranean hollow. The fact that the entrance to a sinkhole develops mainly vertically separates it from a cave. Because of its uniqueness, the word is frequently used in everyday life to describe a frightening location or a location that causes anything that falls there to vanish.

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