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Caption: Water dripping from stalactites in Aillwee Cave, Republic of Ireland. This cave is situated in an extensive karst region called the Burren. Karst regions are areas of heavily eroded bedrock, usually limestone, as is the case here. They are characterised by numerous sinkholes, caves and underground rivers.

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Stalactites in Ailwee cave

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