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"Passage of Evolution"

Located in the Cheddar Gorge, Gough's Cave is a widely popular cave in Somerset's Mendip Hills. Encompassing large chambers and rock formations, the cave also has Cheddar Yeo flowing through it. Cheddar Yeo is Britain's largest underground river system. Susceptible to floods, explorations in the cave produced human skeleton dating back to 7150 BCE. A tale of Britain's geographical evolution, a part of Gough's Cave is open to public with a majority being cordoned off.Located in the Cheddar Gorge, Gough's Cave is a widely popular cave in Somerset's Mendip Hills. Encompassing large chambers and rock formations, the cave also has Cheddar Yeo flowing through it. Cheddar Yeo is Britain's largest underground river system. Susceptible to floods, explorations in the cave produced human skeleton dating back to 7150 BCE. A tale of Britain's geographical evolution, a part of Gough's Cave is open to public with a majority being cordoned off.
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"Passage of Evolution"
Located in the Cheddar Gorge, Gough's Cave is a widely popular cave in Somerset's Mendip Hills. Encompassing large chambers and rock formations, the cave also has Cheddar Yeo flowing through it. Cheddar Yeo is Britain's largest underground river system. Susceptible to floods, explorations in the cave produced human skeleton dating back to 7150 BCE. A tale of Britain's geographical evolution, a part of Gough's Cave is open to public with a majority being cordoned off.Located in the Cheddar Gorge, Gough's Cave is a widely popular cave in Somerset's Mendip Hills. Encompassing large chambers and rock formations, the cave also has Cheddar Yeo flowing through it. Cheddar Yeo is Britain's largest underground river system. Susceptible to floods, explorations in the cave produced human skeleton dating back to 7150 BCE. A tale of Britain's geographical evolution, a part of Gough's Cave is open to public with a majority being cordoned off.
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