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a cavern with beautiful stalactites
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This prevents water from doing more damage, often through the freeze-thaw phenomenon of winter that turns cracks into caverns.
Previous April Fools' Day announcements have included the signing of an orchestra violist to the Cavaliers and the discovery of a vast system of caverns and underground waterways beneath Severance Hall.
A few of the hardier types continued on into the mountains and caverns near Skyline Drive; the majority sought the reassurances of civilization that the small city could provide.
Either would have led the Giants, although both will lose some in the caverns of right-center field at AT&T Park.
Though this limestone cavern dives over 400 feet deep below the Mojave Desert, the inch-long fish live in just the upper 80 feet of the pool.
The addition of the suite is not the first time the cavern has been repurposed.
The caverns created between big-city buildings are particularly susceptible to inaccuracy.
The virtual reality experience is highlights of a caverns tour, showing 260-million-year-old formations found up to 175 feet below the surface of the earth.
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: a large cave
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