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Why We Need to Protect Caves

Caves have long been important for the survival of humans and animals throughout history, housing fossils, rare minerals, and archaeological sites. Conservation efforts are necessary to sustain these delicate ecosystems and preserve their historical value.

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    Speleology: the Study of Caves

    Speleology: the Study of Caves

    Caves and karsts are landforms formed on rocks through the process of weathering and dissolution. These landforms were once and still are used as …

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