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Crack in the Ground [1]
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Crack in the Ground was formed from the Four Craters Lava Field to the north, where weak tensions in the earth's crust caused a graben to be formed.  The crack is about two miles in length & up to 70 feet deep.  It hosts a notorious plant known as the stinging nettle.

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crack_in_the_Ground

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