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Scientists have become fascinated by an expanding crater, known as the “hellmouth” in northern Yakitia, Siberia.
The nearly 300ft-deep and half-a-mile-long Batagaika crater has provided researchers with 200,000 years of the planet’s climate history.
Research published by the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) found that this crater has been growing at a rate of 33 feet a year over the last decade.
And in the warmer years, it has expanded by up to 98 feet a year.