They find an underground "world" in China that could have species never seen

Images through satellite images. / Twitter @Xinhua

According to a group of scientists, the crater could be about 192 meters deep and 150 meters wide.

CANARY ISLANDS7 The Gran Canarian palms

deep hollow It is located in the autonomous region of Guangxi in the south of the Asian country.

It was discovered by a team from the Institute of
Karst Geology from China Geological Survey who was exploring when they found this huge crater that they saw through satellite images.

The group approached the place and
descended more than 100 meters and then they walked for several hours until they reached the bottom of this magical place.

The leader of this team,
chen lixinexplained to the Chinese media 'Xinhua' that inside they found a "primitive forest" and some of the plants reached their shoulders.

He stressed that it would not be unusual to find
unknown species: "I would not be surprised to learn that there are species found in these caves that have never before been reported or described by science."

Experts around the world have counted
30 of these sinks. The speologists will continue to investigate to find out what kind of flora and fauna live in these incredible
nature's paradise.

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