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    Re: Hollis Prism 2 - Cave Diving

    The cave is shallow (-15m max) but over 10,000m of passages :)

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    Re: Hollis Prism 2 - Cave Diving

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Muscat  View Original Post
    The cobweb looking stuff is roots from the trees on the ground above. On the Roe Plain the water table is only around 12m underground. Yes it is an air bell however its very toxic. One breath in there and your throat will burn for a few days im told. Very high Co2.

    The roots are super delicate, as they are already dead. Any bubbles will cause them to break up and fall to the floor of the cave. There is permanent line and warning signs directing divers to keep their distance.


    Ah yes, thanks for the info, guess it's more like a CO2 'bell' then..! -Andy

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