The world’s largest natural sinkhole is found in Quattara, Egypt. It’s 80 km long by 120 km wide, and 130 km deep. Egyptian scientists have attempted to develop a project that would entail digging a ditch connecting the sinkhole to the Mediterranean Sea, which would eventually fill the sinkhole with water and allow it to be harnessed for energy production. Egypt is home to several naturally-occurring sinkholes.
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