Wonders of nature Miracle of Georgia and Australia The auther of the presentation:MaiaGrdzelidze Mako.firstname.lastname@example.org 17.03.2010
What is the cave? . Cave is a natural underground . Caves have been natural attractions since prehistoric times. A simple classification of caves: 1.Solution caves are formed carbonate and sulfate rocks. 2.Sea caves are formed by the constant actions of waves. 3.Glacie caves are formed by melt water which excavates drainagetunnels through the ice. 4.Lava caves are formed by hot lave that flows out from a volcano. 5.Sandstone caves are formed when wind or storm knock into the very unsteardy sand like rock. 6.Gypsum caves are very rare caves.
Solution Cave Sataplia in Georgia Sandstone Cave Uluru in Australia
Sea Cave, ApolstleIslands,Wisconsin Fish Greek Ice Cave Near Calgary in Canada
Lava Cave in Jeju Countesy of spesial Self- Governing Province Gypsum Cave In the Noth American Deserts
Have you seen any caves in Georgia? Sataplia a cast cave. 1.Location:Near Kutaisi. 2.Discovered by PeterChabukiani. 3.The cave is named after Mt. Sataplia. 4.Now it is a Natural Preserve. 5.The preserve was intended to protect the five caves of the area and the dinosaur footprints.
Footstep of Dinosaur
Have you seen any caves in elsewhere? Uluru-Ayers Rock a sandstone cave in Australia 1.Location:440km. South west of AlisSprings. 2.Discovered by Aborigines and bilongs to the aboriginal Pitjantara people. 3.It contains reflactive minerals and change colours according to the altitude of the Sun.