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Cave diver in Australia finds ancient bones

An Australia scuba diver has found ancient bones in an underwater cave one kilometre underground

If you’ve ever considered doing a cave dive, you may be interested to learn about a recent discovery in Australia.

Australia cave diver Ryan Kaczkowski found the remains of a short nosed kangaroo and a marsupial lion. I’ve not heard of a marsupial lion before. What he found was many bones that had been undisturbed for thousands of years.

If you want to find out more on this story and watch a short video, here’s a link to the article:

https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-12-13/cavediver-finds-large-fauna-bones-south-australia/10599218?pfmredir=sm

What Ryan said was how exciting it was to enter a ‘room’ that nobody had entered before.

I must admit that even as exciting as this sounds and to discover something that no one has seen before, I still don’t like the idea of the risks associated with cave diving.

Have you ever cave dived before? I’m not talking about swim-through’s because I’ve done plenty of this type of scuba diving, but instead I’m talking about diving deep underground it labyrinths of cave systems.

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