The well is located at a depth of 112 meters, and some people call it "the jinn's cave", with an opening whose width at the surface is 30 meters, and its width extends at the bottom to 116 meters, and the circumference of the hole is circular.
The well is located between small plains and mountains consisting of limestone, and from within it water emerges from the sides of the hole to form beautiful waterfalls, and these waterfalls vary in the abundance and continuity of water flowing from them.
In a tweet to the team on Twitter, a scientific team from the Sultanate of Oman, who made an exploratory tour around this well, says: “At a depth of approximately 65 meters from the surface, water emerges from the sides of the hole to form beautiful waterfalls, and these waterfalls vary in the abundance and continuity of water flowing from them.
The eastern waterfall is the most active, while the water flow from the southern waterfall is interrupted.
The crater belongs to what is known as the geology of the melt pits, which are formed in thick limestone rocks, or what is known as the Abyssinian formation, which was deposited in the Eocene era; According to the team.
The team documented the geological and environmental features of the crater, and collected rock samples from it.