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  • Sky Caves of Nepal, Part 2: The Scientist

    National Geographic grantee and archaeologist Mark Aldenderfer reveals the treasures waiting to be discovered within the sky caves of Nepal — stunning murals, deteriorating manuscripts, and ancient artifacts — in the second of this three-part series. Published on 19 Nov 2012

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  • Sky Caves of Nepal, Part 3: The Photographer

    Photographer and adventurer Cory Richards chronicles the challenges and dangers of exploring the far-flung caves of Nepal, in the exciting conclusion of this three-part series. Published on 19 Nov 2012

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  • Shulgan-Tash

    By: Alexander Baulin, St. Petersburg, Russia Organization: Caving discovery team “Red Mammoth” St.Petersburg RUSSIA

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  • Tinguatón – La Sima del Diablo

    Tinguatón – La Sima del Diablo

    Tinguatón-La Sima del Diablo (Devils Cave), is one of the 6 Volcanic caves in the volcano called Tinguatón. The cave is -43 meters deep and it is located in the village of Mancha Blanca (Yaiza), on the island of Lanzarote. Tinguatón was in its origin a shield volcano that had its last eruption in the early nineteenth century in 1824. Now it belongs to one of the many found off volcanoes and left behind six cave openings, being the number […]

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