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Another hole in the sand dunes, could nearly swallow a boy

Three geologists gathered to investigate on the existence of this sand dune and according to them, this is the sixth hole of the week. The geologists are busy checking the cause of these holes with the help of radio waves and core samples collected. This would help them to further study the area of Mount Baldy, which is nearly 126 feet tall.

As of now, the scientists believe that the existence of these sand dunes could be due to the decomposition of the trees and crumbled houses. This would result into the sand accumulating these debris and then making the sand soft enough to swallow little boys.

Scientists surprised by another emergence of a sand hole (named as Mount Baldy), which nearly buried a living boy in the sand dune of Northwest Indiana

Scientists surprised by another emergence of a sand hole (named as Mount Baldy), which nearly buried a living boy in the sand dune of Northwest Indiana

According to the studies, the most widely spread dunes are associated with the coastal regions, but large and complex dunes are also a part of dry regions connected with ancient lakes.

The size and types of dunes may vary as per the flow of water and air. Mostly, the dunes are longer towards the windward side, where the sand gathers to form a shape.

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