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In this cave lives in the depths living land animal: the insect 'Plutomurus ortobalaganensis'.

Europe’s largest underground insect was discovered in caves in the Algarve by Portuguese biologist Ana Sofia Reboleira, increasing the number of newly discovered species in Portugal to seven.

Krubera cave - Google zoeken

Krubera cave - Google zoeken

Earth's deepest cave mapped:  Intrepid explorers have charted every twist and turn of the terrifying Krubera cave that measures 7,208ft (2,197metres) deep. The final segment was revealed by a brave diver and camps are marked on the map where explorers have rested!

Earth's deepest cave mapped: Intrepid explorers have charted every twist and turn of the terrifying Krubera cave that measures deep. The final segment was revealed by a brave diver and camps are marked on the map where explorers have rested!

Krubera Cave, Georgia.

Krubera Cave, Georgia.

Krubera Cave | Atlas Obscura

Ora Cave, Papua New Guinea Photograph by Stephen Alvarez, National Geographic The crash of rapids surrounds expedition leader David Gill, left, and Herb Laeger near the entrance of Ora Cave.

Turquoise Ice - Lake Baikal, Russia

The Northern Lake Baikal is famous for it’s unnatural beauty. During the winter, the turquoise Ice cubes are formatted on the top of the lake. Located in Siberia, the Baikal lake creates these stunning turquoise ice cubes.