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Shyrjing Ji

The pothole terrain is a common geographical feature along the upper stream.
The flow of water carries stones rolling down the stream.
Stones frequently get stuck in pits along the stream bed, and end up rotating with the current.
After long-term friction and erosion, larger round pits are formed and called potholes.

Shyrjingji is drilled by force of sand, stones, and the strong eddies brought about by the stream water.
After years of such drilling, the round well-like pits form throughout the pothole terrain.
On the stream bed under the 88 Suspension Bridge are more than 10 well-like potholes, among which the deepest reaches up to 5.5 meters.
It is here that you can witness the great strength that constant dripping of water wears away a stone.
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