Massive sinkhole in New Zealand exposes earth from 60,000 years ago

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A massive 6-story sinkhole opened in New Zealand last week after days of heavy rain. The sinkhole is one of largest ever spotted in the country – so big that it exposed earth from the Paleolithic era. The astonishing fissure is 200 meters long, 20 meters deep and 5 meters wide.

Farmers from a dairy farm in New Zealand woke up earlier this week to a sinkhole unlike anything they’ve ever seen. The farm has had 9 ‘serious’ sinkholes, also called tomos in New Zealand.

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This breathtaking Tulum art gallery was created by Peggy Guggenheim’s great-grandson

Much like the Guggenheim Museums around the world, a new art gallery founded by the great-grandson of Peggy Guggenheim is a true architectural showstopper. Santiago Rumney Guggenheim commissioned designer Jorge Eduardo Neira Sterkel to create IK LAB, a stunning arts and cultural space that opened late last month in the heart of Tulum, Mexico. Topped with a curved timber canopy, the nature-inspired space is located within the eco-friendly Azulik resort.

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