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Caves life beneath the forest

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Shows the variety of life in the caves in Hoosier National Forest, which is located in a karst region of southern Indiana. Looks at bats, bacteria, pseudo-scorpions, troglobites, such as blind cave fish, and other inhabitants of these caves. Examines how creatures adapted to live in dark cave environments. Features commentary by a number of cave biologists.

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Newark Public Library DVD 591.7584 CAV (Text)
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