The Cave Divers
Burgess relates exciting and often harrowing accounts of pioneering expeditions into submerged prehistoric caves in Europe, as well as record-setting penetrations of freshwater springs and underground rivers in Florida, Mexico, and elsewhere. 50 photos, many in color.
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