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   Inside Out - East: Wednesday March 17, 2004

PREHISTORIC CAVE DISCOVERY

Bones found in the caves. Image Copyright E. Sandford

Bones

Caver Tony Jarrett describes the effort required to discover the bones, "To reach the bone deposit it was two years of digging three to four times a week. Even that for us is good because the last major cave they found took 40 years that was continuous year in year out.

"Two years is not great in cave terms."

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