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Rat’s Nest Cave 5 November 2005 Photographs by Robert Holmberg
View of Grotto Mountain from road
Part way up trail, looking east
Creek Bed with Snow
Group recently emerged from cave
Pack Rat Nests, made with leaves and human litter
Pack Rat in Nest
Bones of vertebrates that died in the cave, chewed on by Pack Rats
Moth overwintering in cave
Overwintering harvestmen, Nelima paessleri
Individual Nelima paessleri
Soda straws and stalactites
Equipment for analyzing dripping water
Route into the last part of the cave
Second last pool with flowstone
Gnat found on pool
Gnat on flowstone
Final pool with more water analysis equipment
Going back up
Charles Yonge of Canmore Caverns helps getting us out of the last passage
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