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NOTES Natural openings in the earth large enough for human exploration, the largest and most common being those formed by a chemical reaction between circulating groundwater and limestone or dolomite bedrock.
HIERARCHY Objects Facet>Built Environment>Settlements and Landscapes>landscapes (environments)>natural landscapes>landforms>caves

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