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  • Sandi Smith

    Carlsbad Caverns New Mexico has 117 caves, the longest of which is over 120 miles (190 km) long. The Big Room is almost 4,000 feet (1,200 m) long, and the caves are home to over 400,000 Mexican Free-tailed Bats and sixteen other species.

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    Carlsbad Caverns Entrance

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    New Mexico- Carlsbad Caverns William Horton Photography.

  • Gina Cole

    I've hiked Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico and watched the bats take flight at dusk, awesome thing to watch

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Carlsbad Caverns I went here many years ago. I can not wait to take my kids when they are older.

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Carlsbad Caverns, always have wanted to go! My kid would LOVE this too!

Carlsbad CavernsNew MexicoAt sunset, spectators gather at an amphitheater in this national park in southeastern New Mexico to wait for bats to fly. Predictably, a swirling dark cloud of the flying mammals funnels out the cavern and swoops above, where it splinters apart into groups heading to the nearby Pecos and Black River valleys. This rare natural show makes Carlsbad Caverns stand out from other national parks, especially to impress kids. Cave expeditions are also a draw, with rangers leadin

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