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New Holes Found in Siberia

Two new large holes in the ground have been found in Siberia, similar to the crater-like formation discovered at Yamal Peninsula, Siberia earlier this month. Theories have suggested a number of causes, including the melting of permafrost brought on by climate change. More on the new discovery, including photos, at The Siberian Times. Watch a video of the first crater below:

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