What is the longest cave in the world?



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    Hi Wilkinson,

    Welcome to Green Answers! — Around the same time that I became a responder for this site, I also took on a job writing for Gettingoutside.com, and I’m proud to say that I worked on this page about the world’s longest cave system!  — Mammoth Cave in “the hilly country of south central Kentucky.” Check out the link and feel free to join and post your comments on any of the environmental stories *You could even post your own there… do the internship here at GreenAnswers — if you have what it takes!!?  You have come to the right place if you want to make a difference!

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    The Mammoth Cave system is the longest cave in the world. It is 367,000 miles in length and is located in Kentucky. 

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    Mammoth Cave near Cave City, Kentucky as about more than 367 miles (591 km) of passages have been mapped. Mammoth Cave was formed in Mississippian-age limestone rock. The cave is 379 feet (118 m) deep, and contains at least 5 levels of passages.

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