Trypophobia is the alleged fear of holes, hole-like shapes and clusters. Examples may include lotus pods, honeycombs, wasp nests, insect infestations and mango worm holes. The condition itself is not officially recognized by the APA, as some see it as a natural impulse that does not meet the requirements of a disorder.
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Warning. This video contains information about the psychological fear of holes. It is known as trypophobia. If you have Trypophobia, this video may trigger that fear.