They're called tunnels... tunnels under Disney
It generally falls under Claustrophobia. It can also be classified as Agoraphobia, which is not the fear of open spaces (as is the common misconception). Agoraphobia is defined as the fear of being in a place that is hard to get help in and escape from. Fears of lifts, tunnels and small rooms come under this. This I know because I have a fear of tunnels.
The network of rabbit tunnels is called a Warren
Hi, as a tunnel is a closed in space, and is dark and confined, you could say that Claustrophobia covers this fear. I hope this helped :)
Many of New York City's homeless live in the abandoned subway tunnels, especially during the winter months.
Yes, it is called Closer
There is no word for the fear of boogers
The fear of teachers is called pedagophobia. Also, the fear of learning is called sophophobia, and the fear of school is called didaskaleinophobia.
what is the fear of dusbins called ?