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Cars, Homes, and People Swallowed by Sinkholes

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Climbing Out (by WM House; ArcheanArt)

It was not an unusual spring morning in the South Cumbria region of England. Farmers in this area near the scenic Lake District tended their usual morning chores. Yet one farmer received a nasty surprise while checking his fields when the ground below his quad bike




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Exploring relationships between people and our planet — Stories and articles promoting science, art, environmental awareness, and human insights.

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