"Our world’s caves are places of wonder, mystery and majestic beauty. Show caves around the world are embracing their role in protecting and preserving caves and providing a place for people to learn about these special, natural, cultural and historical resources.
Show caves also play another important nature tourism role of sustainable economic development, providing jobs, and helping the economy of their regions.”
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After the discovery of animal remains in the cavern system, a special team was sent into Natural bridge Caverns in order to recovery "the cache of wildcat fossils that could be anywhere from 200 to 20,000 years old". Now, the University of Texas (Austin) is analysing these findings, though it could take up to two years before the final results are published.
ISCA would like to congratulate the NBC team for their excellent work.
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