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Where is the world's deepest cave?
It's Krubera Cave located in the Western Caucasus Mountains, Georgia (the country, not the state). It is the only known cave that goes deeper than 2,000 meters (6,562 ft) -- slightly less than 5 Empire State buildings. It is also known as Voronya Cave, which means "Crow's Cave" in Russian due to fact that there are a number of crows nesting in the entrance pit.
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that's more than a mile deep, that's insane! do they do tours there?
4 years ago·Reply
Can people really go down that far?
4 years ago·Reply
I think only explorers can go down there for now. It's really dangerous.. @JohnLee http://www.vingle.net/posts/165443-The-Dangers-of-Exploring-Caves
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