Chile: network of caves discovered, may hold clues to development of continents

Posted on March 12, 2014 • Filed under: Archaeology, Chile, Enviromental Issues (video report) Scientists have discovered a network of caves on a remote island off the coast of south-west Chile. The team of French and Chilean researchers found a system of around 20 limestone caves, some of which are 50 metres deep, on Diego de Almagro. They hope the caves may hold clues as to how continents were formed. GO HERE FOR VIDEO

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