‘Dragon Hole,’ World’s Deepest Blue Hole, Discovered In South China Sea

It’s more than 300 feet deeper than any other known blue hole.


On Wednesday, state broadcaster CCTV announced that the newly found “dragon’s hole,” a 984-foot (300-meter) cavern in the disputed waters of the South China Sea, is now the world’s largest hole.


With territorial claims by Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, the Philippines, Taiwan, and China, the South China Sea — rich in natural resources and crisscrossed by shipping routes — is one of the most militarized areas on the planet.

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