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Sea Cave
Sea Cave

Sea caves are formed by waves crashing on rocky coastlines.
Daddy Long Legs
Troglophiles

Trogolophiles are animals who like to live in caves but also can live elsewhere.
Limestone
Limestone is a sedimentary rock that forms either from lots of shells, shell fragments, or coral fragments, or by the crystallization of the mineral calcite from water.
Blind Millipede
Troglobites

Troglobites are animals who only live in caves.
Lava Cave
Lava Cave

Lava caves are tubes that form when molten rock flows away from volcanoes. Cool air causes the rock to harden on the outside, and when all the lava has drained out, the tube becomes a cave.
Blind Texas Salamander
Troglobites

Troglobites are animals who only live in caves.
Lava
Lava is molten rock that pours out of volcanoes or from cracks in the earth. It comes from deep in the earth where the heat is great. There, lava is called magma. When lava first comes to the surface it is red-hot, reaching temperatures from 7 to 12 times hotter than boiling water.

Raccoon
Trogloxenes

The word TROGLO means hole. Trogloxenes are animals who sometimes choose caves as their homes.
Marble
Marble is made from compacted limestone. Lots of marble can be found in certain areas of Europe and the United States. Marble is used for a many things from building houses to art sculptures.
Blind Crayfish
Troglobites

Troglobites are animals who only live in caves.
Ice Caves
Ice Cave

Ice caves are formed by water flowing underneath glaciers of ice. Light passing through the ice makes the caves blue.

Blind Cave Beetle
Troglophiles

Trogolophiles are animals who like to live in caves but also can live elsewhere.
Pack Rat
Trogloxenes

The word TROGLO means hole. Trogloxenes are animals who sometimes choose caves as their homes.
Blind Shrimp
Troglobites

Troglobites are animals who only live in caves.
Little Brown Bat
Trogloxenes

The word TROGLO means hole. Trogloxenes are animals who sometimes choose caves as their homes.
Capepod
Troglobites

Troglobites are animals who only live in caves.
Camelback Cave Cricket
Troglophiles

Trogolophiles are animals who like to live in caves but also can live elsewhere.
Adult Cave Salamander
Troglophiles

Trogolophiles are animals who like to live in caves but also can live elsewhere.
Blind Flatworm
Troglobites

Troglobites are animals who only live in caves.