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 How deep is the deepest part of the Dead Sea?

Answer The surface of the water in the Dead Sea sits at 1,300 feet below sea level. The deepest part of the sea is 2,300 below sea level. This gives a net depth of 1,000 feet in the deepest part of the ... Read More »
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How deep is Bushman's Hole?

Bushman's Hole is nearly 1,000 feet deep, making it large enough to hold the Eiffel Towel, according to the article "Underwater Adventure: Cave Divers Face Death" written by Jay Schadler and publis... Read More »
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How deep is a locust hole?

Locusts lay eggs in pods in holes 2 cm to 10 cm deep in the ground. Each pod holds 30 to 70 eggs about 5 mm to 6 mm long.References:NSW Government: Locusts- Egg Laying and Egg Beds
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How deep is a katydid hole?

The approximate feeding hole for a katydid is 1/4 inch deep and 1/2 inch in diameter. These singing, winged insects belong to the long-horned family. They can be found in tropical, temperate or ari... Read More »
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How deep is a golf hole?

According to the United States Golf Association (USGA), the hole must be atleast 4 inches deep (101.6 mm); if lined, it must be at least one inch (25.4mm) below the putting surface. The outer diame... Read More »
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