Incredibly Cool Stuff

Have you ever heard of Lechuguilla Cave? Well, now you have.

The interior of that place is incredible. I was watching a bit about it on Discovery, and had to share. Formed by acid and inhabited by stone-eating bacteria, the place is filled with some of the most remarkable and beautiful crystal formations on the planet.

Just thought I’d share. Plus, it gives me ideas.

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5 Responses to “Incredibly Cool Stuff”

  1. arandu Says:
  2. jackofallgeeks Says:

    I was there once. We didn’t have a lot of time, we were just passing through and you could spend DAYS down there, but I saw that pool. It’s crazy stuff down there.

  3. uhlrik Says:

    Lucky.

  4. arandu Says:

    “Formed by acid and inhabited by stone-eating bacteria….”

    Sounds like a lovely place for Dancers; the dichotomy of “remarkable and beautiful crystal formations” along with acidity and bacteria….Yeah. Caern, what?

    lol

  5. uhlrik Says:

    That’d be a rocking Hive.

    Its totem would have to be Relshab the Faceless Eater.

    /Wyrm-obsessed rambling

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Incredibly Cool Stuff

Have you ever heard of Lechuguilla Cave? Well, now you have.

The interior of that place is incredible. I was watching a bit about it on Discovery, and had to share. Formed by acid and inhabited by stone-eating bacteria, the place is filled with some of the most remarkable and beautiful crystal formations on the planet.

Just thought I’d share. Plus, it gives me ideas.

2 Responses to “Incredibly Cool Stuff”

  1. uhlrik Says:

    Lucky.

  2. arandu Says:

    “Formed by acid and inhabited by stone-eating bacteria….”

    Sounds like a lovely place for Dancers; the dichotomy of “remarkable and beautiful crystal formations” along with acidity and bacteria….Yeah. Caern, what?

    lol

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