Guatemala City 2010 sinkhole, Guatemala: Just three years later, another giant sinkhole in Guatemala City swallowed a three-story factory and killed 15.
Xiaozhai Tiankeng (Heavenly Pit), China: The world’s largest sinkhole. It is 626 meters long, 537 meters wide, and between 511 to 662 meters deep, with vertical walls.
Dead Sea Sinkholes, Israel: Several large sinkholes have been appearing near Ein Gedi, Israel.
Dean’s Blue Hole, The Bahamas: The world’s deepest known blue hole (underwater sinkhole) with seawater.
Harwood Hole, New Zealand: Located in Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand.
Bahmah sinkhole, Oman: This sinkhole is located in Oman and is approximately 30 m (98 ft) deep.
The Devil’s toilet bowl (Devil’s Hole), Florida: A sinkhole near Hawthorne, Florida.
Sima Humboldt (Sima Major), Venezuela: An enormous sinkhole located on the summit of a plateau in Bolivar state, Venezuela.