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    • Lauri Stavale

      Hang Son Doong Cave in the Quang Binh province of Vietnam; the world's largest cave! Hang Son Doong (meaning "Mountain River cave" in Vietnamese) was discovered recently in 2009 when British cavers were led to its opening by a local farmer. Created 2.5 million yrs ago by river water eroding away the limestone underneath the mountain, it's believed to be almost twice the size of the last world record holder, the Deer Cave in Malaysia. (Photo by Carsten Peter via National Geographic)

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    • Carly Stitt

      Son Doong Cave ("Mountain River cave” in Vietnamese) is a cave in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam. The biggest chamber of Son Doong is more than five kilometers long, 200 meters high, and 150 meters wide. With these dimensions, Son Doong overtakes Deer Cave in Malaysia to take the title of the world’s largest cave.

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