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Yoshikawa admires Leffingwell's interpretations of frozen ground features like pingos, enhanced by his year-round residency at a spot where the sun doesn't shine for months.
Sometimes called hydrolaccoliths, pingos typically form in arctic regions, like Siberia and northern Canada.
If a pingo collapsed tomorrow, though, there's no guarantee humanity would notice.
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Origin and Etymology of pingo
First Known Use: 1938See Words from the same year
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