Speleology



noun
1.
the exploration and study of caves.
noun
1.
the scientific study of caves, esp in respect of their geological formation, flora and fauna, etc
2.
the sport or pastime of exploring caves
speleology
(spē’lē-ŏl’ə-jē)
The exploration and scientific study of the geological and ecological features of caves.

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