Greetings from Mammoth Cave National Park

I explored the caves but I never found the Mammoth.

Sincerely,
Jay

Mammoth Cave National Park

Explore Mammoth Cave National Park, the longest cave system on Earth, featuring the richest known habitat for cave wildlife in the world.

State(s): Kentucky

Established: 1941

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