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Question 1: Lechuguilla Cave, ________[3]
IllinoisColoradoMontanaNew Mexico

Question 2: The cave system with the greatest total length of surveyed passage is Mammoth Cave (________, USA) at 591 kilometers (367 mi) in length.
AlabamaIllinoisIndianaKentucky

Question 3: The dissolution process produces a distinctive landform known as ________, characterized by sinkholes, and underground drainage.
CaveMine explorationKarst topographyShow cave

Question 4: ________ are found along coasts around the world.
Karst topographyCave conservationCenoteSea cave

Question 5: This record is unlikely to be surpassed in the near future, as the next most extensive known cave is Jewel Cave near ________, at 225 kilometers (140 mi).
Rapid City, South DakotaBelle Fourche, South DakotaHot Springs, South DakotaCuster, South Dakota

Question 6: Exploring a cave for recreation or science may be called caving, potholing, or, in Canada and the United States, spelunking (see ________).
CenotePit caveShow caveCaving

Question 7: Jewel Cave, ________[3]
North DakotaSouth DakotaMissouriNebraska

Question 8: Kazumura Cave near ________ is a remarkably long and deep lava tube; it is 65.6 kilometers (40.8 mi) long.
Kailua, Hawaii County, HawaiiHawaii (island)Hilo, HawaiiHawaii County, Hawaii

Question 9: Caves are found throughout the world, but only a portion of them have been explored and documented by ________.
CavingCenoteShow cavePit cave

Question 10: The second deepest is Patkov Gušt at 553 meters (1,814 ft) in the Velebit mountain, ________.
CroatiaSloveniaHungaryTurkey
















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