Inside Cave of the Winds

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Spring Hill, United States

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Small 8.0" x 12.0"
Medium 12.0" x 17.9"
Large 16.0" x 23.9"
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Long ago, warm shallow seas covered the Pikes Peak region of Colorado. In those ancient seas, abundant shell life thrived. As the sea creatures died, their shells fell to the sea floor and were broken up. Layer upon layer of seashells accumulated over millions of years. The weight of the overlying layers squeezed, compacted and cemented together the underlying layers into a solid rock called limestone. The process is similar to squeezing snow into ice.
The Cave of the Winds’ system of rooms and passages began to form approximately 4-7 million years ago, when the limestone was below the water table. Rainwater mixed with carbon dioxide and formed a weak carbonic acid. The acid solution dissolved away portions of the limestone, leaving behind small passageways that filled with water. As more limestone dissolved over thousands of years, the passageways grew larger and the rooms were formed. –
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