October 26, 2021

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Explorers Show What's in the "Hell Hole" |  world news |  Online diary

Explorers Show What’s in the “Hell Hole” | world news | Online diary

Science and myths It hovers over the so-called “Hole of Hell” or “Barhut Hole”, located about 1,300 kilometers east of the capital Sana’a, near the border with Oman, in the desert of the Al-Mahra Governorate.

With a width of 30 meters and a depth of approximately 100 and 250 meters, the strange discovery of explorers, which has provoked fear and terror for so long, may be getting closer and closer to finding an end to its mystery.

Cave scientist Muhammad Al Kindi from the company Oman Caves Exploration Team, from Amman, he descended through the hatch until he reached an underground cave inside the well. As expected, inside the well was nothing mysterious or related to any legends shared by the nearby residents.

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“Some say it is the place where deniers and atheists are tortured after death. Others believe that heads are cut off as soon as they enter. They say Mecca water [cidade da Arábia Saudita] He is the purest and purest thing on earth, and the water in the well of Hell is the most evil. All we saw was pure fresh water there. “We drank a full bottle and nothing happened to us,” Mohammed told the newspaper. national newsFrom the United Arab Emirates.

The Canadian spent about six hours Inside Hell’s WellUsing search equipment and gas detectors. Featuring normal levels of oxygen and toxin-free air, the biggest surprise for explorers was to spot a large number of snakes inside. “They breed when there are no predators to eat them. This is normal,” he comments.

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Another discovery that caught the eye were the cave pearls that glowed green in the subterranean waterfalls. It is a concentric calcium carbonate deposit that forms around the waterfalls. They are balls softened by the movement of the falling water,” explains the researcher.