Scientists are looking for another entrance to the cave, discovered at the track «Tavrida» in the Crimea

© Photo courtesy of CROS Rhoemer found in the area of Zuya settlement on the site of the construction of the road TaurisScientists are looking for another entrance to the cave, discovered at the track «Tavrida» in the Crimea© photo courtesy of KRO Goodriches to daily updates RIA Science

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Experts of the Crimean Federal University looking for a cavity in cave, recently discovered during the construction of the highway «Tavrida» in the Crimea, to equip an alternative entrance is, according to the University.

As noted earlier, the authorities of the Peninsula, found the cave will not prevent the construction of the highway «Tavrida», it is planned to make a tourist attraction, once the alternate entrance and the area above it want to strengthen. Access to the cave through the opened builders fail on the plot construction of the route «Tavrida» in Belogorsky area blocked off to avoid accidents.

Close to failure is working to identify a new entrance to the cave, informs the University. The results of the research will make a decision about the further work of scientists in the cave.

«The proposed location of the cavity was defined using geophysical investigations by the method of electrical tomography… using the rig made a dive to a depth of 15 meters, however, geophysicists estimated the failure was not detected. Search failure to create a new entrance in the future will continue», — reported in the University.

Karst cavity — a cave more than a kilometer long was discovered in the Belogorsk region of Crimea near the village of Zuya during the construction of the route «Tavrida». Cavers of the Crimea found in the cave the remains of ancient predators and other animals. In the near future, the cave will be organized expedition, which will include experts from different areas — not only cavers, paleontologists, archaeologists, but also paleobotany, specialists in radioisotope Dating.

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