rock cave

rock cave

[′räk ‚kāv]
(geology)
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It takes a few minutes for the eye to adjust to see deeper in the low ceilinged rock cave with the white, bare skulls of the ancestors of the Taita.
Eventually I crawled inside the rock cave for shelter, even though I'd seen scorpions there in the past.
Pictured Rock Cave, a stunning orange sandstone outcropping, is accessible along the Sugar Maple Nature Trail.
Representations of the bee can be seen in the prehistoric rock cave and rock paintings discovered in Europe, Africa and Australia, while images have been found inscribed on ancient Middle Eastern clay tablets.
It's shaped like a rock cave, with chicken wire all around it, looking quite formidable and holding something dangerous.
The Vatican seems to have been embroiled in a conflict with powerful members of the Knights Templars over a building project to take place in Jerusalem, at the sight of the rock cave where Christ was buried.
Along the way, guests will visit Dambulla Rock Cave Temple, a World Heritage Site; Dambulla market, the largest vegetable and fruit market in Sri Lanka; and the spice gardens and batik factory in Matale.
Shoes - sandals, to be precise - woven from twine made of sagebrush bark, not leather, found in Fort Rock Cave are nearly twice as old as those shiny new Armenian models.
He was found in a rock cave 500 meters away from the helicopter wreckage.
lucifuga (SVL = 62 mm) was collected by hand from the aphotic zone of Flat Rock Cave (Tennessee Cave Survey Number SM66) in Smith County, Tennessee (36[degrees] 14.06'N, 86[degrees] 05.57'W).
The students were walking through a vast rock cave with their science class.