Updated 19th April 2016; 20th February 2018
The entrance is in the middle of thorns and jungle at the roadside. An open entrance with an angle-of-rest slope down to a narrow rift and a calcite blockage. There was a nursery of shrews living at the top of the entrance slope. This site was written-off after digging under flowstone in November 2015. The draught came in from a small inlet passage on the right and further prospects looked poor.
In August 2016, the site was revisited and a crawl at the bottom was seen with boulders that will dig.
At the end of January 2018, a passage (Up & Running) entered at a c+2 climb to the south of Mulu Junction in Cueva-Cuvío del Llanío ended after about 50m at a strongly draughting, easily dug crawl. This may be only about 30m from the end of Shrewd Find. The passage leading to the dig can be seen on a Llanío video at 2:03.
Reference: anon., 2015c (summer logbook); anon., 2016b (Easter logbook) (November 2015 logbook account pasted here); anon., 2016c (summer logbook)
Entrance pictures : November 2015 : August 2016
Underground pictures: November 2015 : August 2016
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