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41 new caves found in Quang Binh

2012-04-26 (GMT + 7)

A group of researchers has discovered 41 new caves in Dai Cao, Dai Ai, Hung Thung, Hung Lau belonging to Phong Nha-Ke Bang Centre.

Phong-Nha-Ke-BangThe management board of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park announced on April 24th that among the newly discovered, Ky Cave is considered the deepest one in Vietnam with a depth of 320 metres. At Ky Cave’s bottom, there is another cave of 50 metres high and 4 kilometres long. The widest cave named Cua Nho, with several caves of a hundred metres wide. These 41 newly found caves lie within a 20 kilometre long range.
Also, the Director of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park said that a NHK movie group from Japan will visit to make a film about Son Doong Cave on April 26th. The film is expected to be shown on the international version of NHK Channel broadcast to more than 200 countries and territories.
Source: SGGP

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