A pond in China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region sprang a sinkhole that cost a local fish farmer some 25 tons of fish.
According to the people.cn, it's not clear what caused the sinkhole to open, but villagers suspect activity at a nearby quarry may have had some adverse effect on the body of water.
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Ultimately, the pond drained almost completely, according to the video below, from New China TV. The farmer estimates the financial loss from the swallowed fish to be more than US $75,000.