Behind The Scenes with Laurence Fishburne | Public Television | Cave Systems
Behind The Scenes with Host Laurence Fishburne | Public Television | Adventure
Laurence Fishburne hosts an upcoming “Behind The Scenes” segment on Americas’s Cave Systems.
Keep on the lookout for a new episode of ”Behind The Scenes” on America’s Cave Systems. Join Laurence Fishburne on his exploration of some of America’s most visited caves, including Mammoth Cave, the world’s largest cave system located in the hilly region of south central Kentucky. Established as a National Park in 1941, Mammoth Cave National Park receives more than 2 million cave explorers every year. But Behind The Scenes doesn’t stop there! More than half of America’s states contain preserved caves ready for their next explorer. Missouri alone has 6,400 caves and is popularly known as the "Cave State. While visiting some of these beloved caverns, Fishburne will also reveal how caves form, show common minerals and other features found inside caves, and you’ll see some awe-inspiring stalagmites and stalactites. Lastly, Behind The Scenes will explore how climate change is effecting cave preservation efforts, and what caves can tell us about past climate events, including how it’s possible to track oxygen and moisture levels through time. You won’t want to miss this discussion of America’s Cave Systems on the next Behind the Scenes.
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