Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

Source: Xinhua

Photo taken on May 25, 2016 shows a 290-meter-deep karst cave in Luoquanyan Village of Xuan’en County, Central China's Hubei province. The cave, which occupied around 100 mu (6 hectares), has its own unique ecosystem.

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

  • Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

    Unique ecosystem preserved in C China's karst cave

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Photo 1-3: Photo taken on May 25, 2016 shows a 290-meter-deep karst cave in Luoquanyan Village of Xuan’en County, Central China's Hubei province. The cave, which occupied around 100 mu (6 hectares), has its own unique ecosystem.

Photo 4-5: A girl explores the 290-meter-deep karst cave in Luoquanyan Village of Xuan’en County, Central China's Hubei province. The cave, which occupied around 100 mu (6 hectares), has its own unique ecosystem.

Photo 6: Photo taken on May 25, 2016 shows stalagmite and rivulet in the 290-meter-deep karst cave in Luoquanyan Village of Xuan'en County, Central China's Hubei province.

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