1. Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
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The Son Doong is the largest known cave which occupied with countless amazing facts like weather systems, isolated ecosystems, and a geological configuration. The stunning views give new experience of cave.
2. Ice Cave, Mutnovsky Volcano, Russia
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This kind of ice caves created by the stream flow through glacier fields and it is 300 meters length. There you can see various colours inside the cave and transparent roof during summer.
3. Naica Mine, Mexico
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This amazing cave is also known as giant crystal cave discovered in the year of 2000 by miners. The main chamber consists of the ever found largest natural giant selenite crystals.
4. Vatnajokull Glacier Cave, Iceland
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These caves formed due to melting glacier ice water which is also dangerous because it may constantly break and change with temperature rise and fall. Ice crystal and air bubbles give transparency and attractive colours to the cave.
5. Batu Caves, Malaysia
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It consists of a series of caves and cave temples where the cave has been filled with statues and opens free for visitors. There is a giant golden idol of Lord Murugan.
6. Mendenhall Glacier Cave, USA
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It is a coolest ice cave with breathtaking blue walls and roofs. Here you can witness the magic of water that flows on the rocks under blue ceilings with partially hollow glacier.
7. Algarve Cave, Portugal
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It has a beautiful view with combination of seaside and rocks which is flat to coast formation because the cave near Lagos is accessible only by water and relatively solubility in water.
8. Glowworms Cave, New Zealand
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This unique fascinating ecosystem is the home for various lighting insects that hanging in the ceiling of the caves and glow to attract naive victim. It makes to feel the galaxy on the earth.
9. Thamlod Cave, Thailand
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The Nam Lang River runs through this cave in northern Thailand which also adapted several thousands of pacific swifts. There are ancient carvings and archaeologists discovered clay pottery and tools from this cave.
10. Fingal Cave, Scotland
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A sea cave that formed entirely from hexagonally connected a basalt column which is well known for its naturally formed roof. It produces an eerie sound by the echoes of the waves.