Jewel Cave National Monument

Hello and welcome to the Record of the Week! This week, the team travels to South Dakota to visit Jewel Cave National Monument! Located in Black Hills National Forest, this cave is the third longest in the world, with over 202 miles of passageways! It also includes tight crawlways and spooky channels that lead to the unknown. Click here to check out this week's record and learn more about Jewel Cave National Monument!

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Jewel Cave National Monument
 
Jewel Cave National Monument