Caves are certainty an interesting subject for study: they offer unique habitats with highly specialized suites of organisms and a great wealth of interesting geological phenomena. However, many caves are too deep, too dark, or to remote (or all three) to be properly explored. Some are also full of water, and extend for miles. While people have certainly made strong efforts to explore and research caves, they still remain some of the few comparatively unexplored locations on our planet — along with the deep oceans and perhaps the poles. So we’ve done a fair bit of research, but the natural limitations on caves leave them slightly less well-documented than other habitat types.
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