Just a collection of big holes that could swallow you whole.

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A giant sinkhole that swallowed several homes is seen in Guatemala City February 23, 2007. At least three people have been confirmed missing, officials said. REUTERS/Stringer

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Cars lie in a sinkhole, caused when a road collapsed into an underground cave system, in the southern Italian town of Gallipoli March 30, 2007. There were no injuries in the overnight incident, according to local police. REUTERS/Fabio Serino

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People look at a collapsed section of Shunwai Road in Nanchang, China's Jiangxi province, April 25, 2007. No one was injured in the accident and further investigations are underway, according to local media. Picture taken April 25, 2007. REUTERS/China Daily

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A view of the crater caused by a meteorite crash in the southern Peruvian town of Carangas, near the border with Bolivia, September 16, 2007. According to local radio reports, farmers living near the site have complained of headaches and nausea, which have prompted officials to send a medical team to the area. Picture taken in September 16, 2007. REUTERS/Miguel Carrasco/La Razon

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Members of a television crew stand near a hole in the Paseo Nuevo in San Sebastian March 12, 2008. The hole was caused by a storm on Thursday that sunk numerous boats and caused extensive damage in the Biscay area. REUTERS/Vincent West

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A sinkhole caused by recent rains is pictured in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America on Sunday after killing at least 17 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries. The hole, caused by rains from tropical storm Agatha, swallowed at least one three-story building. REUTERS/Rodrigo Arias

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A giant sinkhole caused by the rains of Tropical Storm Agatha is seen in Guatemala City May 31, 2010. More than 94,000 people have been evacuated as the storm buried homes under mud, swept away a highway bridge near Guatemala City and opened up sinkholes in the capital. REUTERS/Casa Presidencial/Handout

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A giant sinkhole caused by the rains of tropical storm Agatha is seen in Guatemala City June 1, 2010. Collapsed roads and highway bridges complicated rescue efforts in Guatemala on Tuesday after Tropical Storm Agatha drenched Central America, burying homes under mud and killing at least 175 people. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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Local residents look at a sinkhole near Qingquan primary school in Dachegnqiao town of Ningxiang, Hunan province June 15, 2010. The hole, 150 meters (492 feet) wide and 50 meters (164 feet) deep, has been growing since it first appeared in January and has destroyed 20 houses so far. No causalities has been reported and the reason for the appearance of the hole remains unclear, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer

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General view of damage in the town centre June 16, 2010 after floods by Le Real River in Les Arcs sur Argens, south eastern France, the day after unusually heavy rains that hit the region and caused the river to overflow. Flash floods caused by torrential rain killed 19 people and left 7 missing near France's Mediterranean coast, local officials said on Wednesday. More than 350 mm (14 inches) of rain fell on the Var department in southern France in a few hours on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sebastien Nogier

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Craters from a U.S. bomb strike pock the landscape in the village of Khosrow Sofla in the Arghandab Valley, north of Kandahar April 11, 2011. After determining that the village was being used as a Taliban base for producing homemade explosive materials and was devoid of civilian population, U.S. war planes destroyed most of the buildings in Khosrow Sofla on October 6, 2010, a U.S. Army official said. Picture taken April 11, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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A crater, which the Libyan government said was caused by coalition air strikes, is seen at an area in Bab al-Aziziyah compound in Tripoli May 12, 2011. Libyan officials, who showed reporters around the scene of the air strike, at Gaddafi's Bab al-Aziziyah compound, said three people were killed and 25 wounded. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi

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A truck is seen in a hole after part of the structure of a bridge collapsed into a river in Changchun, Jilin province May 29, 2011. Two truck passengers were injured, while the cause of the accident is still under investigation, local media reported. Picture taken May 29, 2011. REUTERS/China Daily

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Workers carry out repairs near a hole created after part of the structure of a bridge collapsed in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province July 15, 2011. A cave-in, which caused a 20-meter long, 1-meter wide pit on No. 3 Qiantang River Bridge in east China's Hangzhou city on Friday morning, left at least a truck driver injured and closed down a pivotal road bridge, police and witnesses said. A truck loaded with steel plates fell off the bridge but its driver jumped out before it crashed onto the ground, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/China Daily

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A sinkhole appears on a road after floods in Hyderabad city, the capital of the the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, August 25, 2000. Helicopters plucked people from flooded apartments in the inundated south Indian city of Hyderabad on Friday as the number of people killed by the heaviest rains in more than 40 years rose to 93.

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Rescue workers remove a bus with a crane from a Lisbon street hole November 25, 2003. The bus was parked on a Lisbon street when the ground began to open up and gobble it. No casualties were registed. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro

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A cave-in on the Shouyang section of an expressway linking the capitals of Hebei and Shanxi provinces in North China brought traffic to a standstill, March 28, 2006. A 100-metre-long crater, 10 metres wide and 10 metres deep, was created on the Shijiazhuang-Taiyuan Highway. No one was injured and it was not clear what caused the damage. Picture taken March 28, 2006. CHINA OUT REUTERS/China Daily

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Palestinians look at destroyed tunnels after an Israeli air strike on the Gaza-Egypt frontier in the southern Gaza Strip December 31, 2008. Israeli aircraft carried out only two strikes in the Gaza Strip early on Wednesday, targeting smuggling tunnels on the Gaza-Egypt frontier and Hamas government offices in Gaza City, an Israeli military spokesman said. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

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An aerial view shows the debris of a residential building and a destroyed road in the village of Nachterstedt, July 18, 2009. Three residents were missing in the eastern German village of Nachterstedt after their lakeside home and another building suddenly collapsed early Saturday into the water. A 350-metre stretch of shoreline gave way next to an old open-cast coalmine converted to a lake, about 170 kilometres south-west of Berlin. REUTERS/Handout/Gemeindeverwaltung Nachterstedt

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Policemen check a collapsed section of a crossroad in Hefei, Anhui province August 8, 2009. A taxi and a few motorbikes fell into the hole, local media reported. REUTERS/China Daily

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A Jordanian Bedouin walks with his livestock next to a sinkhole that has appeared on the southern shores of the Dead Sea January 12, 2010, causing numerous problems for residents. Warnings continue that the Dead Sea is slowly but surely drying up, and could be gone completely in 50 years if no action is taken. The water level is dropping at close to one metre (three feet) per year. Environmentalists say more sink holes are appearing as a result of the declining water levels. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)

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A soldier from the U.S. Army's 1st Platoon, 18th Engineer Company, Task Force Arrowhead walks past the crater left from the detonation of an improvised explosive device in the village of Khaleqdad Khan in Afghanistan's Zabul province May 26, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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Workers repair a cave-in area on a road in Xi'an, Shaanxi province May 27, 2012. The cause of the cave-in, measuring about 6 meters (20 ft.) in depth, 15 meters (49 ft.) in length and 10 meters (33 ft.) in width, is still under investigation. No casualty has been reported, according to local media. Picture taken May 27, 2012. REUTERS/China Daily

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An emergency crew stands near a collapsed section of road 549 near the Landvetter lake outside Gothenburg December 11, 2006. The western parts of Sweden were struck by heavy rain on Monday. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), has raised a class 1 weather warning for the area. REUTERS/Bjorn Larsson Rosvall/SCANPIX SWEDEN

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A sinkhole which damaged an on-ramp to Interstate 15 in San Diego on February 24 continues to grow February 25. The hole was caused by a drainage pipe which burst due to heavy rains attributed to El Nino weather patterns and is approximately eight hundred feet long, forty feet wide, and seventy feet deep.

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Residents walk past a car which has fallen into a hole in the road caused by heavy rains in the Spanish northeastern city of Castelldefels
October 9, 2002. Heavy rains hit the Catalan region during Tuesday night causing floods, damages and traffic problems but no injuries. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

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Rescue workers try to remove a car which fell into a flooded hole on Borges de Medeiros avenue in Rio de Janeiro, April 30, 2004. The driver, who did not want to identify himself, had left the door open on the passanger side and could only look on as the vehicle sank into the hole. A water main under the street ruptured overnight, causing the sinkhole. Rio's state water company (CEDAE) is still searching for a cause to the pipe break, which left a crater two-and-a-half meters wide. Rio's famous Corcovado mountain can be seen in the background. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos

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Big hole after an earthquake in India

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Los Angeles city workers look over a sinkhole caused by the heavy rains along Tujunga Avenue in Sun Valley area of Los Angeles February 19, 2005. A stalled winter storm began moving onshore the previous evening, drenching previously soaked hillsides and filling drainage channels. Rainfall totals in southern California this winter have exceeded the Pacific Northwest. REUTERS/Gene Blevins

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A stranded car is hoisted from a collapsed road surface in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, September 7, 2008. The road collapsed on Sunday afternoon and trapped the car in a hole, which measured 5 meters (16.4 feet) in depth and 15 meters (49.2 feet) in diameter, local media reported. Further investigation is underway. Picture taken September 7, 2008. REUTERS/China Daily

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A view of a collapsed section of West Dawang Road in Beijing November 29, 2007. Beijing scrambled on Friday to fix a road near one of the central business district's busiest intersections that collapsed above a pedestrian tunnel as the capital rapidly rebuilds for next year's Olympics. Picture taken November 29, 2007. REUTERS/Stringer

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A council worker inspects a 25m (82 feet) crater created after a landslide in Bellevue Hill, one of Sydney's most expensive suburbs May 29, 2009. Nobody was injured during the landslide which swept parked cars off the street. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz

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A woman walks on the damaged TF326 road after a portion of it collapsed after storms, near the Palo Blanco village on Spain's Canary island of Tenerife November 23, 2009. Torrential rain hit several villages on November 16 in the north of Tenerife island, blocking some of the roads, damaging others as well as flooding homes and businesses. REUTERS/Santiago Ferrero

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A general view of a large crater that appeared in the early hours in the central German town of Schmalkalden, November 1, 2010. A huge crater measuring 30 by 40 metres has opened up in the middle of a residential estate, according to local police. REUTERS/Alex Domanski

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People observe a partial collapse of the road while a dog accidentally falls into the hole in the low-income neighborhood of Carretera Vieja in Caracas November 26, 2010. Three children died in a landslide in the San Agustin slum of the Venezuelan capital on Friday after heavy rains in the past few days, according to local media and rescue officials. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

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An aerial view of the damaged Gran Marical de Ayacucho highway in the state of Miranda outside Caracas December 1, 2010. Thousands of Venezuelans fled their homes after landslides and swollen rivers killed at least 21 people and threatened to cause more damage. REUTERS/Miranda Government/Handout

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Local residents inspect a road that collapsed when a flash flood swept through Toowoomba, 105km (65 miles) west of Brisbane January 10, 2011. Residents of low-lying parts of Australia's third largest city, Brisbane, sandbagged their homes against rising waters on Monday as torrential rain exacerbated record floods that have paralysed the coal industry in the northeast and now threaten tourism. REUTERS/Alicia Morrison

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A Thai man is seen at a crater allegedly caused by a shell in Si Sa Ket province near the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple at the border between Thailand and Cambodia February 5, 2011. Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday in a brief clash that killed at least one Thai soldier, the latest flare-up in a long-running feud over land around the 11th-century temple. REUTERS/Stringer

Jun 06, 2012