Top Ten Longest Caves in our World
If you to know about some wonderful caves in our world then today we are presenting ten longest caves on our earth. Hope you like this amazing information about caves.
At Number 10
Shuanghe Dongqun · China · Guizhou Suiyang
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Longest known cave in China. Total length of explored passages is 119,792 m, maximum depth – 593 m.
At Number 9
Fisher Ridge Cave System · U.S.A. · Mammoth Cave National Park
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At Number 8
Hoelloch · Switzerland · Schwyz Muotatal
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Hölloch Cave is a 198.19 kilometres (123.15 mi) long cave situated between the river Muota and the area of the Pragelpass in the Valley of Muotha in Switzerland.
At Number 7
Lechuguilla Cave · U.S.A. · Carlsbad Caverns National Park
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Lechuguilla Cave with 134.6 miles (216.6 km) the seventh-longest explored cave in the world.
At Number 6
Wind Cave· U.S.A. · Wind Cave National Park
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The cave is also considered a three-dimensional maze cave, recognized as the densest cave system in the world.
At Number 5
Optymistychna · Ukraine · Ternopil Borshchiv
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At Number 4
Sistema Ox Bel Ha · Mexico · Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve
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Ox Bel Ha is a cave system in Quintana Roo, Mexico. It is the longest explored underwater cave in the world and ranks fourth including dry caves.
At Number 3
Jewel Cave · U.S.A. · Jewel Cave National Monument
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Jewel Cave National Monument contains Jewel Cave, currently the third longest cave in the world, with just over 157 miles (253 kilometers) of mapped passageways. It became a national monument in 1908.[…]
At Number 2
Sistema Sac Actun / Sistema Dos Ojos · Mexico · Tulum
At Number 1
Mammoth Cave System · U.S.A. · Mammoth Cave National Park
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Mammoth Cave developed in thick Mississippian-aged limestone strata capped by a layer of sandstone, making the system remarkably stable.