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Mammoth Cave National Park

Listed under National Parks in Appalachian States, United States.

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This is the world's longest system of caves and one of America's most popular national parks, drawing almost two million visitors a year.'

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Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park, located in the state of Kentucky, has the world's largest network of natural caves and underground passageways, which are characteristic examples of limestone formations. The park and its underground network of more than 560 surveyed km of passageways are home to a varied flora and fauna, including a number of endangered species.

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