A massive 66-yard-wide crater in the ground has been discovered in northern Siberia, according to Associated Press.
There are several theories as to how the giant hole formed, including an underground explosion from the natural gas reserves in the region, melting of ice under the surface of the ground and a buildup of pressure underground that forced the hole to form.
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A powerful cyclone, flooding rain and unseasonable warmth will all make headlines this week.
A powerful cold front will spark heavy rainfall and locally severe thunderstorms across parts of Argentina and Uruguay this week.
Numerous records have fallen already this summer in Australia, and that list grew over the weekend.
The worst wildfires in the history of Chile continue to burn out of control, and little relief is expected over the next week.
A pair of storms will bring rounds of rain and snow to parts of the Middle East this week.