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The Sao Mateus is complex of caves measuring 20500 meters long and considered one of the largest in Brazil. It is located inside Terra Ronca State Park, in the speleologic district of São Domingos, State of Goiás. 

It is one of the richest in speleothems including this rare Spirocones, where visitors should go barefoot to avoid the transposition of sediment. It houses the typical fauna of the caves, including the blind catfish. Inside the cave flows the São Mateus river, forming beaches and leaving successive halls along the way.

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Copyright: Marcio Cabral
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 15000x7500
Taken: 21/08/2015
Hochgeladen: 05/09/2015


Tags: spirocones; espirocones; speleotems; cave; caving; terra ronca; são mateus; matilde; river; landscape; scurion; sao mateus cave
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