Deepest Freshwater Cave In Czech Republic Just Got Deeper

Polish explorers check a footage from a remote-operated vehicle deep in the Czech Republic's deepest cave. (AP Photo/ Marcin Jamkowski)

World’s Deepest Freshwater Cave, Located in Czech Republic, is Now Even Deeper

Health Editor’s Note: The Hranice Abyss has now measured to be 3280 feet deep, far surpassing its original measurement of 1,300 feet. Using geophysical techniques, electrodes, and small explosives were used to find the true depth. Sediment covered the trenches that reached over a half mile deep.  Actually the deepest known cave is the Veryovkina cave in Georgia which is over 6,800 feet deep, but new measurements may be in order…Carol 



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