The Yucatán Peninsula is riddled with some 2,000 cenotes, freshwater wells (or sink- holes) that were created where cavern roofs collapsed, forming a natural pool that was then filled by rain and underground rivers.

The Yucatán Peninsula is riddled with some 2,000 cenotes, freshwater wells (or sink- holes) that were created where cavern roofs collapsed, forming a natural pool that was then filled by rain and underground rivers.

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