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Journey into Amazing Caves

Journey Into Amazing Caves--an image of a person entering a cave

"Journey Into Amazing Caves" tells the story of Nancy Aulenbach, a long-time avid caver and a National Cave Rescue Instructor, and Dr. Hazel Barton, an Ashland Endowed Professor of Integrative Science at Northern Kentucky University, who share a love for caves and cave exploration. Join these two accomplished cavers as they explore unusual caves -- like ice caves in Greenland and underwater caves in the jungles of Mexico -- looking for important clues about the Earth's past and microorganisms that inhabit its most extreme environments. On the giant screen, this unique story will transport viewers on an adventure to some of the most extraordinary environments on earth.

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