Sinkhole in limestone cliff, UK

Sinkhole in limestone cliff, UK

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Caption: Sinkhole in limestone landscape. Sinkholes form when soluble bedrock (such as limestone) is eroded by percolating water, when a cave roof collapses, or when the water table is lowered. Photographed in Pembrokeshire, South Wales, UK.

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