A fissure almost two miles long has been discovered in the Arizona desert. Drone footage uploaded to YouTube by the Arizona Geological Survey shows the massive fissure in the desert surface. In a post accompanying the video the Arizona Geological Survey explains that the fissure is in the Tator Hills area of southern Pinal County. “AZGS is experimenting


with drone technology as a tool for mapping fissures and other surface features, e.g. landslide masses,” it added. 12News reports that the fissure formed between March 2013 and December 2014, and may have grown because of heavy rains in fall 2014.  READ MORE