6 Things You Can Fall Into

Grand Canyon: Granted, this one should be hard to miss, since it’s about 277 miles long and 18 miles wide at its widest point.

La Brea Tar Pits: La Brea Tar Pits have had it in for man and beast from prehistoric times to this very day. 

Volcanoes: The hazards of being on a mountain that spits fire, hot gases, and molten rock would seem to be self-evident.

Quicksand:In old black-and-white movies, quicksand was the bane of many a pith-helmeted jungle explorer.

Crevasses: If you’re ever out hiking on a glacier, what you’re walking on might look solid.

Siberian Craters: In July 2014 a gigantic crater was discovered in northwestern Siberia’s Yamalo-Nenets district, a region known mainly for its natural gas fields. 

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