Lapa Doce, Chapada Diamantina
After the International Course Introduction to the Biology of Caves in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais, Brazil), Dr. Augusto Auler and the brazilian caver Ezio Rubioli led me more than 1200 km from BH to the incredibles caves of Chapada Diamantina (Bahía, Brazil).
Gruta de Brejões, Bahía State, Brazil
Below the 900 My limestone, Brazil holds some of the world's biggest caves, including the largest cave of south America "Toca da Boavista", 107 km long.
Gruta de Brejões, Bahía State, Brazil - find the cavers
Parietal art in Brejões canyon
Gruta da Gruna - Quartzite cave - Igatu, Chapada Diamantina
Group photo with Chiquinho from Igatu - celebrating the end of the topography with products from Portugal
A giant thank's to Augusto Auler and Ezio Rubioli for the wonderful expedition to Chapada Diamantina!
Group photo during the field trip of the course, in front of Peter Lund Museum in Lapinha, Minas Gerais
I would like thank to Dr. Augusto Auler (Instituto do Carste), for the invitation and for all the warm welcome in Brazil.
More information about the course: Instituto do Carste
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