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glorybebe

Massive, unexplored cave discovered in BC

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Likely Guy

Neat. I'd like to go and see it.

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Likely Guy

Oh. You have to repel a couple hundred feet first. Maybe not. :unsure:

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Kittens Are Jerks
12 minutes ago, Likely Guy said:

Oh. You have to repel a couple hundred feet first. Maybe not. :unsure:

You could always use a ladder. Oh wait... maybe not. :lol:

But even if you did make it down, the force and volume of the water would drag you right into the abyss and we'd never see you again.

River caves are not the easiest (or safest) type of cave to poke around in. Exploring it will be a technical nightmare.

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glorybebe

With technology today, surely there would be a way to have some unmanned camera sent down at least a few feet into opening?

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Kittens Are Jerks
2 hours ago, glorybebe said:

With technology today, surely there would be a way to have some unmanned camera sent down at least a few feet into opening?

They managed to get 80 metres down, but the volume of water prevented them from going any further. They'll figure something out, I'm sure, but my guess is there won't be much to see apart from a great deal of water. Just the same, I'm curious to see what they find.

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