- Wind Cave
Wind Cave National Park
Wind Cave is distinctive for its calcite fin formations called boxwork and needle-like growths called frostwork. The cave, which was discovered by the sound of wind coming from a hole in the ground, is the world's densest cave system. Above ground is a mixed-grass prairie with animals such as bison, black-footed ferrets, and prairie dogs, and Ponderosa pine forests home to cougars and elk.
Discover and explore Wind Cave National Park in the country of United States. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Wind Cave helps you explore the attractions and points of interest of Wind Cave. It is located on the continent of North America and its GPS coordinates address is latitude 43.5909 and logitude 43.5909. [Map of Wind Cave].
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