Updated 18th November 2017; 3rd January 2018; 5th, 6th June 2019
This 45° sloping cave was 5m long to a choke. The site is located in the top edge of a very large shakehole. It was probably seen again in October 2017 as site 23J with a grid reference of 30T 0445670 4800943 and again by another group which noted that it had a draught and looked a fairly easy dig.
In April 2019 it took 45 minutes to create a way through the floor of the rift to another 5m on the slope then 3m horizontal to a choke and "quite a lot of bones" calcited into the floor. Some of these (see photo), in early June, were identified by palaeontologist Pedro Castaños as junvenile red deer or perhaps young cow.
Reference: anon., 2009a (Easter logbook); anon., 2017d (autumn logbook); anon., 2019b (Easter logbook)
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