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12 Pristine Caves Discovered In Quang Binh

12 Pristine Caves Discovered In Quang Binh

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    On April 3, the British Royal Cave Association (BCRA) announced their discovery of the 12 new caves with a total length of 10.5 km in Quang Binh Province, Vietnam. 

    The BCRA team including 11 experts planned their expedition from March 3 to 20 to explore new caves in old-growth forests of Quang Binh. They were divided into 2 groups to survey different locations in Bo Trach, Quang Ninh and Minh Hoa districts. 

    During their expedition, the experts discovered 12 new incredible caves. 

    In particular, there are 3 caves in Bo Trach including Doc Co Cave (554.6 m long); End Cave (length 51.5m) and Dry Vom (413m long). In Quang Ninh, 4 caves were discovered including Underground water (length of 3,872m); Diving Water 3 (1,919m long); Hung Thoai (460m long) and Coincidental Cave (100m long). The remaining were located in Minh Hoa including Horned Viper (Phu Nhieu 2) 194.8m long; Phu Nhieu 4 (length of 2,012m); Cha Ra (314m long); Thoang Lip (137m long) and many others which have different subterranean rivers.

    According to BRCA experts, the limestone formations at the new caves are stalactites, stalagmites, columns and flowstones. None of these caves have any human traces.

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