NEW CAVE PHOTOS: Inside Gabon's Longest Mapped Cave

 NEW CAVE PHOTOS: Inside Gabon's Longest Mapped Cave
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A bat zips by caver Dave Daversa in the newly documented Grotte de Moughambi in Gabon.

An expedition team that explored the cave system in the summer of 2008 encountered swarms of bats as well as crabs, fish, and frogs. On one occasion a bat flew into a U.S. $4,000 camera and broke the flash. The team also photographed five distinct species of frogs, several of which may be new to science.

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