A giant dip deep with a six-story building and a length of two football fields formed on a farm in New Zealand.
A rift appeared near Rotorua after several days of showers. According to the farm manager Colin Tremaine, the failure, received the nickname “Tomo”, could be formed on April 30. Its length is estimated at 180 meters, width and depth – 20 meters.
This is the ninth failure that has been formed on the farm in recent years, but the New Zealand volcanologist GNS Science Brad Scott noted in an interview with Newshub that this breakdown is three times more than any other he had seen before.
“Tomo” caused some interest among scientists, as it became clear that it was formed over the crater of an ancient volcano, which last erupted 60 thousand years ago.