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  2. cave, also called cavern, natural opening in the earth large enough for human exploration. Such a cavity is formed in many types of rock and by many processes. The largest and most common caves are those formed by chemical reaction between circulating groundwater and bedrock composed of limestone or dolomite.

  3. Cave Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    plural caves. 1. : a natural chamber or series of chambers in the earth or in the side of a hill or cliff. 2. : a usually underground chamber for storage. a wine cave. also : the articles stored there. 3. : a place providing privacy or seclusion from others.

  4. Caves, Information and Facts | National Geographic - Science

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    A veil of darkness cloaks the natural beauty of caves. Some are found in cliffs at the edge of the coastline, chipped away by the relentless pounding of waves. Others form where a lava tube's ...

  5. Cave - Wikipedia

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    A cave or cavern is a natural void in the ground, specifically a space large enough for a human to enter. Caves often form by the weathering of rock and often extend deep underground.

  6. Caverns In Texas | Caves & Family Friendly Underground Adventures

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    The cave is 68 degrees year round and available tours include a guided walking tour exploring the geology and history of the cave, a wild cave tour exploring less developed areas of the cave and an evening paranormal tour delving into the cavern’s unexplained happenings. The cavern itself has a colorful history.

  7. CAVE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    noun [ C ] uk / keɪv / us / keɪv /. B1. a large hole in the side of a hill, cliff, or mountain, or one that is underground. Roger Coulam/Photolibrary/GettyImages. Examples. The echoes of his scream sounded in the cave for several seconds. She was crushed in a freak accident in a cave in France.

  8. 58 Synonyms & Antonyms of CAVE - Merriam-Webster

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    Synonyms for CAVE: cavern, grotto, tunnel, abyss, lair, pit, delve, grot; Antonyms of CAVE: protect, guard, fence, keep, secure, defend, screen, cover

  9. Kartchner Caverns State Park | Arizona

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    The two kept the cave a secret until February 1978 when they told the property owners, James and Lois Kartchner, about their awesome discovery. Since unprotected caves can be seriously damaged by unregulated use, they knew the cave had to be protected. Tenen and Tufts spent several years looking into the possibility of developing the cave themselves.

  10. Mysterious marks on Ice Age cave art may have been ancient...

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    Over the last 150 years, the mysterious depictions, some dating back nearly 40,000 years, have been found in hundreds of caves across Europe. Some archaeologists have speculated that the markings ...

  11. Photos: Colossal Cave from construction by CCC in 1930s to today

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    The Civilian Conservation Corps constructed the road and buildings for Colossal Cave southeast of Tucson in the mid-1930s. Robert L. Huston / Courtesy of Ray McGuire. The park’s retaining wall ...