A cave is a place where things happen in nature.
That includes, but is not limited to, the evolution of life, the composition of the earth, the movement of rocks and other natural phenomena.
But for the past two centuries, a small group of scientists has been excavating the Cava Mountains in Colombia and studying the cave systems of the region.
They have been able to reveal how these caves, which date back thousands of years, were built.
They also have uncovered what they say is the oldest known cave system in the world.
And they have found that the structures have been connected to two major groups of people, who were in a close relationship, as well as two different groups of plants and animals.
The results have been published in the journal Science.
But there’s one problem: They are not entirely sure they are from the same time.
The caves of the Cavas range in age from a few thousand years ago to today.
The researchers have found the earliest known cave in the region and the oldest ones in Colombia.
They are also finding the oldest fossils from the Cave of the Old Ones.
They say that there are more caves in Colombia than in any other country, and that more than 90% of them are older than 5,000 years.
And in this way, they are showing that the world is very old.
And it’s been a fascinating journey.
This is a short video about the Caving of the Largest Mountains of the Western Hemisphere, in which the authors describe what they’ve found and what they have learned about the region over the past few years.
The Cave of the Late Old Ones