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  • noun Plural form of speleologist.

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Examples

  • Cave scientists are called speleologists, and amateurs are called cavers.

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  • Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters A cave explorer squeezes through a tire during an international competition among speleologists in Raubichi, Belarus, on Saturday.

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  • Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters A cave explorer squeezes through a tire during an international competition among speleologists in Raubichi, Belarus, on Saturday.

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  • Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters A cave explorer squeezes through a tire during an international competition among speleologists in Raubichi, Belarus, on Saturday.

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  • In the shadow of Julian Hume we entered a cave where speleologists discovered a complete dodoskeleton, only a month ago.

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  • During the 1950s it was reported that olms were present in the Carpathian karst of eastern Serbia, and in 1960 a team of speleologists from Ljubljana led an expedition to the region to investigate this possibility.

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  • The authors of both books were members of the original teams of speleologists, and both books were published in France with commendable speed.

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  • The speleologists have been so busy up here in what we call the temperate zone that they haven't had a chance or the inclination to take their lights any deeper.

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  • The speleologists have been so busy up here in what we call the temperate zone that they haven't had a chance or the inclination to take their lights any deeper.

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  • Dr Chant knew all the old jokes about speleologists wanting to return to the womb, and was quite sure he could refute them.

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