Crubera, the deepest cave in the world, is known as Everest Caves
Written by  Apr 17, 2018 - 184 Views

Crubera, the deepest cave in the world, is known as Everest Caves

In the independent Republic of Abkhazia of Georgia, the deepest depths of the world's caves were reached.

Cave of Crubera, known as Everest Caves, took the task of reaching the bottom for a whole week, reaching a depth of 2212 meters.

Rare species of living organisms have been discovered, plankton, creeping insects and scorpions have adapted to life in the depths for tens of millions of years.

The cave was discovered in 1968, researchers do not rule out the connection of the cave to the Black Sea, because it is deeper than the surface of the ocean by about 300 meters.

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