Cave
A cave or cavern is a hollow place in the ground, especially a natural underground space large enough for a human to enter. Caves form naturally by the weathering of rock and often extend deep undergr...
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Worm Snake - Snake Facts
The worm snake ( genus Carphophis ) is small colubrid non-venomous snake endemic to the central and eastern United States. There are 2 recognized species in the Carphophis genus, known as the worm...
Worm Snake - Snake Facts
The worm snake ( genus Carphophis ) is small colubrid non-venomous snake endemic to the central and eastern United States. There are 2 recognized species in the Carphophis genus, known as the worm...
New Findings In A Cave In Ecuador Shook The Scientific Community
New Findings In A Cave In Ecuador Shook The Scientific Community
The Entrance to Inner Earth Meet the EVEREST of Caves
With a total length of cave passages reaching a staggering 13,232 m, the deepest explored parts of Krubera-Voronya reach 2,197 m. It remains the only known cave on Earth deeper than 2,000 meters—right...
Barabar Caves even more impressive than Great Pyramid chambers! Lost carving tech?
These things look absolutely incredible! BETTER TECH THAN GREAT PYRAMID? They are also among the 'oldest' rock-cut caves in India. Not even sure if they really are rock-cut, seem to be built on the in...
Glowworms in Motion - A Time-lapse of NZ's Glowworm Caves in 4K
A Time-lapse of New Zealand’s Glowworm caves as they have never been seen before. Filming this involved sleeping in caves for multiple days in complete darkn...
ΣΠΗΛΑΙΟ ΕΙΛΕΙΘΥΙΑΣ ΚΡΗΤΗΣ - EILEITHYIA CAVE CRETE
Ἡ Ειλειθυία ἤ Ἐλευθώ εἶναι ἡ Θεά πού εφορεύει στόν τοκετό κατά τον Όμηρο και Ἠσίοδο. Βοηθάει στήν ἀπελευθέρωση τῆς ἐγκύου καί εἶναι προστάτης τῶν ἐπιτόκων. Εἶναι κόρη τοῦ Δία καί τῆς Ἥρας και ἀδελφή τ...
Vast replica recreates prehistoric Chauvet cave
BBC Newsnight gets rare access to one of the most important cave art sites in the world - and visits its vast replica, which is about to open in France.
Inground Pool! Sinkhole with swirling water appears in backyard of house in Australia
A sinkhole filled with water appeared in the backyard of a house in Australia on Tuesday.
Cave Walls Record Early Encounters Between Old World And New
Archaeologists discover Spanish names, Christian symbols on Caribbean island visited by Columbus in 1494.
These Carnivorous Worms Catch Bugs by Mimicking the Night Sky
The glow worm colonies of New Zealand's Waitomo Caves imitate stars to confuse flying insects, then trap them in sticky snares and eat them alive.
A Farmer Saw A Hole In A Rock. Now The Inside Is Astounding The Whole World.
It has room for a 40-storey skyscraper and it contains both a jungle and a river. The Son Doong cave in Vietnam is the largest in the world. Needless to say, a tour inside is something quite out of t...
A haunted, hidden world of caves
Nottingham is an English city with a secret: inhabitants have been digging caves here for 1700 years. More than 500 have been found – and a new project is revealing their secrets.
A Journey to the Oldest Cave Paintings in the World
The discovery in a remote part of Indonesia has scholars rethinking the origins of art—and of humanity
Armor Plating With Built-In Transparent Ceramic Eyes
Usually, it’s a tradeoff: If you want maximum physical protection, whether from biting predators or exploding artillery shells, that generally compromises your ability to see. But sea-dwelling creatur...
Grottoes
Grottoes may refer to:
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Ice cave
An ice cave is any type of natural cave (most commonly lava tubes or limestone caves) that contains significant amounts of perennial (year-round) ice. At least a portion of the cave must have a tempe...
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Sacred caves
Sacred caves and peak sanctuaries are characteristic holy places of ancient Minoan Crete. Most scholars agree that sacred caves were used by the Minoans for religious rites. While all peak sanctuaries...
Sea caves
A sea cave, also known as a littoral cave, is a type of cave formed primarily by the wave action of the sea. The primary process involved is erosion. Sea caves are found throughout the world, active...
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Show cave
Show caves — also called tourist caves, public caves, and in the United States, commercial caves — are caves that are managed by a government or commercial organization and made accessible to the gene...
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Cave castle
A cave castle (German: Höhlenburg) or grotto castle (German: Grottenburg) is a residential or refuge castle that has been built into a natural cave. It falls within the category of hill castles. U...
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Cave painting
Cave paintings are paintings found on cave walls and ceilings, and especially those of prehistoric origin, which date back to some 40,000 years ago in both Asia and Europe. The exact purpose of the P...
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Caving
Caving — also traditionally known as spelunking in the United States and Canada and potholing in the United Kingdom and Ireland — is the recreational pastime of exploring wild (generally non-commercia...
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Speleology
Speleology (also spelled spelæology or spelaeology) is the scientific study of caves and other karst features, their make-up, structure, physical properties, history, life forms, and the processes by ...
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