In a search for the route to the 2000 meters depth: The deepest cave in the World in the Arabika Massif, Western Caucasus



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Acknowledgements

The BASK and Alpindustria companies based in Moscow donated some equipment to the winter expedition. The Canon representative office in Moscow sponsored us with video and photo cameras. We sincerely thank them for this help.



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1 This pit was named after Kim Cunningham, well-known American cave scientist, an explorer of Lechuguilla cave and a good friend of the Ukrainian speleologists, who died about a week before the start of this expedition.



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