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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.
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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