10 Massive Natural And Man-made Holes In The World
Back in 2007, a massive sinkhole emerged in the city streets of Guatemala, killing 2 people, swallowing dozens of homes, and forcing thousands to evacuate to safety. The hole was caused by excessive rain and underground sewage.
Diavik Mine, located within the Northwest territories of Canada, opened back in 2003. Since then, the mine has produced nearly 8 million carats, or 3,500 pounds worth of diamonds every single year. The location is rather beautiful, as it is surrounded by ocean.