The word cave is a noun. Cave means (1) an underground enclosure with access from the surface of the ground or from the sea.
Cave is also a verb that means (1) explore natural caves, (2) hollow out as if making a cave or opening.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word cave.
The history of watercolor art is first documented in early cave dwelling paintings, but modern watercolor painting techniques emerged during the 15th century with the landscape paintings of Albrecht Durer.
Located 18 miles southwest of Carlsbad, New Mexico, Carlsbad Cavern is actually the largest of 83 separate caves. Its hollow cave formations are filled with interesting mineral deposits such as stalactites, stalagmites, and helictites.
With over 10,000 members and 250 grottos, the National Speleological Society is dedicated to studying, exploring, and conserving cave and karst resources; protecting access to caves; encouraging responsible management of caves and their unique environments; and promoting responsible caving.
The following articles provide recent cave-related news.
CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports from Chiang Rai, Thailand, where divers rescued four of the 12 boys who have been stuck inside a cave for two weeks.
CBS News. Tuesday, 05 Nov 2019 17:00:04 -0500.
"Sunday Morning" takes us to the Bracken Cave Preserve outside San Antonio, Texas, home to more than 15 million Mexican free-tailed bats. Videographer: Ken Kerbs.
CBS News. Sunday, 03 Nov 2019 10:20:33 -0500.
If the playoffs were taking place in the Star Wars universe, the Cardinals hitters would be hanging upside-down in a cave on Hoth.
By Ryan Davis, Contributor. Forbes. Saturday, 12 Oct 2019 23:57:19 +0000.
Fossil animal droppings, charcoal from ancient fires and bone fragments litter the ground of one of the world's most important human evolution sites, new research reveals. ...
Science Daily. Thursday, 26 Sep 2019 07:33:40 EDT.
A group of scientists studying evidence preserved in cave formations have found that sea level was as much as 52 feet higher than the present day more than 3 million years ago.
Christopher Carbone. Fox News. Saturday, 31 Aug 2019 01:04:12 GMT.