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access to the garden of eden - mulu (borneo)

On the way to the Garden of Eden in Gunung Mulu National Park (Borneo)

This is the mouth of Deer Cave on the far away side i.­e.­ in the valley called "Garden of Eden".­

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erosion
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pebbles
speleothems
spelunking
August 28, 2011
Marudi, Malaysia

Photos taken in Gunung Mulu National Park (Borneo).­

For more information about Gunung Mulu National Park, read en.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Gunung_­Mulu_­National_­Park

Borneo 464 photos

Photos taken in the Malaysian states of Borneo island (Sarawak and Sabah).­

Photos of Deer Cave in Gunung Mulu National Park (Borneo Island)

Deer Cave is a passage about 150 m (500 feet) in diameter and about 1 Km (0.­6 Miles) long, opened on both end.­ It was, for many years, considered the largest single cave passage in the world.­

Deer Cave is home to about 4 million Wrinkle Lipped Bats that live in colonies high up in the cave ceiling.­ Every evening all the bats fly out in huge swarms and clouds to feed.­ View my video of the swarm of bats leaving Deer Cave.

For more information about Deer Cave, read en.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Deer_­Cave.

View my other photos of Gunung Mulu National Park.