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The Accidental Discovery Of Gigantic Unexplored Cave In British Columbia

A newly discovered cave in a remote valley in British Columbia might be the country's largest. The large cave was hidden for years because of the ice that filled it and the snow that covered the surrounding area. The cave, in the northeastern area of Wells Gray Provincial Park, was spotted by a helicopter crew from the province's Ministry of Environment and Climate Change in March while they were conducting a caribou census.

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    Wells Gray Park Cave Discovery

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    The Wells Gray Park Cave discovery was the discovery of a karst cave in the remote area of British Columbia’s Wells Gray Provincial Park in 2018. The …

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