Are the Chislehurst Caves dangerous to go in?
The Chislehurst Caves, in Kent, England, are not dangerous to enter. The site is a tourist attraction and guided tours of the caves are offered. The caves were even used as bomb shelters during World War 2.
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I don't think so!
Acidic waters in a cave can be very dangerous to spelunkers. Theacid that the water contains can burn the skin severely.
There is an element of danger in any cave, however slight the probability of the occurence. Lights can go out, surfaces can be slippery, roofs cave in, and so on. But on the w…hole, a guided tour of Mammoth Cave is quite safe.
Well their is a 99% chance that you will get eaten by Cameron de Rooy
Chislehurst, Kent is 3,800 hectares big. .
You don't. :)
the caves are safe. don't worry.
So you dont slip.
On the ground. Maybe behind a bush. Grammar: Where DID CAVEMEN go TO THE toilet?
You can fall INTO things (holes) things can fall ON you (rocks) andyou can get stuck in tight spaces. Some caves may have healthhazards from bats and bat droppings, or drownin…g hazards fromwater. Some caves may have ventilation problems and hold bad air.And they are all rather cool, and quite dark when the lights goout. +++ They are more than "quite" dark if all your lights fail. They aretotally, absolutely dark! In taking up the hobby of caving youlearn how to recognise the intrinsic hazards and how to minimisethe risks from them.
\n. \n. Being overcome and possibly swept out to sea or dashed against rocks by waves. \n. Becoming tide-bound. \n. Possibly a rock falling on you but this is less likely…. \n. Deep water.
\n. \n. They are old chalk and flint mines, not natural caves despite the name. \n. \n. First record: c.1250. \n. \n. Last mining: c.1830 \n. \n. So roughly 700-800 ye…ars old.
getting lost, falling, hypothermia, and bats
they could die
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