AtoZ Category Game - Part Deux. List before a mod/staff resets us

Agree, love this topic. Anything geography usually gets me :slight_smile:

Fingal’s Cave!

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Grutas de Mira D’aire, largest in Portugal!

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Really? “The?” My heart won’t go on (hint hint) if I don’t comment on this.

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Titanic! Because… um… yeah that Celine Dion song!

Thanks @littleKAF for being a kind auditor :wink:

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I thought that was a fairly cheesy entry myself, but I don’t have the power to edit other people’s posts.

Getting back to caves, because caves are interesting…

Huanglong Cave - Wikipedia

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There seem to be very few caves starting with Ieven with Dr Google’s help, but here seems a rather commercial one…
Iberg Dripstone Cave (Germany)

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Jacob’s Well (Texas) - Wikipedia

Anyone up for some underwater spelunking?

(not me, no thank you)

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Krubera cave

Second deepest cave known according to wikipedia

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Anyone there? Or are people stuck in a deep cave?

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I don’t know any caves. I knew Jewel Cave in South Dakota but we’re past J. Reset?

Or maybe I challenge @TGW ’s J as not a cave and do a reset. I like that better.

:joy::rofl::joy::rofl:

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It’s an underwater cave system. That absolutely counts.

Even says right there in the article, that it was mapped by cave divers. Not regular run of the mill divers, or deep sea divers, or well divers, but actual legitimate cave divers

Cave diving - Wikipedia

Original topic did not specify that the caves had to be above ground, above sea level, dry, etc.

And I will also add for L - Luray Caverns

Luray Caverns

Have visited them myself personally. It was amazing. 10/10 would recommend checking out if you’re ever in the area.

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Um M um…Mammoth cave - thanks Google

Wow its taken us 5 days to get to M :rofl::joy::rofl:. I admit I was in the dark without Google.

Appreciate the thought Kaffy…

@TGW got us back on track

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Neptune Caves Sardinia.

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Oregon Caves National Monument…
Thanks again Google

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Awww shoot… I missed my chance to post another couple of caves I’ve seen in my current home state, Ohio Caverns – America’s Most Colorful Caverns and Old Man’s Cave at Hocking Hills State Park

So instead I will post one I have not personally visited

Penn’s Cave
Home (pennscave.com)

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Quickly searched for this:


https://cen.acs.org/physical-chemistry/geochemistry/Naicas-crystal-cave-captivates-chemists/97/i6

I don’t think this counts as a Q but good try.

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But it’s a neat cave!

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:man_facepalming:

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here is our Q :wink:

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