A strange side effect of the recent flooding has caused the ground in a Hampshire field to ripple underfoot.
Ben Havers filmed his friends and their dog bouncing on the waterlogged earth at Canada Common in the New Forest.
“We just happened upon it - there were several similar patches to this one," said Mr Havers. "This was the first one we came across. It was about 10ft sq in area.”
Later in the video the couple pierce the field's surface with a stick, causing wet mud to bubble out of the hole.
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