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The big earthquake that shake Turkey on February 6 caused an olive grove to be split in two 🫒

As a result of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, a large olive grove in the southern Hatay province was destroyed, creating a deep chasm that measured 984 feet in length.

According to the Daily Sabah, a Turkish newspaper, the jagged rift that splits the olive grove in half measures 165 feet in width and 130 feet in depth.

It is approximately the width of a football field and the height of a 13-story building.

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