Dean's Blue Hole, Long Island, Bahamas

4 year ago · Bobbie · 0 Comment
Can you guess why this geological feature is called a "blue hole"? The entrance to this, the deepest saltwater blue hole in the world, is underwater. At 660 ft. deep, Dean's Blue Hole is almost twice as deep as any other.

Dean's Blue Hole, Long Island, Bahamas

Natural or Man-Made, these 6 deep holes are nothing short of incredible! (10 Photos)

Earth is rich in amazing geological features. All over our blue planet, we can find incredible examples of the magical workings of Mother Nature. But she isn't the only one who can pull off some pretty astounding feats.
We have here a collection of six deep - I'm talking incredibly deep - holes from all over the world. And they are not all naturally occurring. Some are a testament to the genius of man's engineering. Others stand as undeniable evidence of the infinite possibilities found in nature. Both beautiful and fascinating. Enjoy!

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