The Mammoth Cave National Park, A UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the world’s largest natural cave, with more than 560 surveyed km of extensive networks of underground passages.
This massive network of caves, an epitome of carbonate formation, was formed over 100 million years ago.
The cave is said to be home to various floral and fauna, including endangered species.
The network of caves also comprises the following: “huge chambers, vertical shafts, stalagmites and stalactites, splendid forms of beautiful gypsum flowers, delicate gypsum needles, and rare mirabilite flowers to mention these few. “