Each week our members can participate in a survey. Here’s what we asked this week…
Where is the world’s largest salt mine located?
- A. Canada (31%)
- B. South Africa (28%)
- C. Pakistan (19%)
- D. Russia (15%)
- E. Australia (7%)
Thank you to all members who participated in this week’s survey!
31% answered correctly with, “A. Canada.”
If you would like to participate in next week’s survey and are not already a member, join us by visiting WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/join-free.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Sifto salt mine in Ontario, Canada is the largest salt mine in the world, producing millions of tons of salt per year. The second largest salt mine is the Khewra salt mine in Pakistan. It is said to have been discovered by Alexander the Great’s horse.