Sunday, 18 January 2009

Wet Cave



14 comments:

John | English Wilderness said...

Wet Cave is alongside the path which leads up to Victoria Cave, near Langcliffe. The passage closes in after 30m.

Ratty at The Everyday Adventurer recently organised a Find the Squirrel contest. Inspired by Ratty, here's a similar contest of my own. There's a living creature in one of the photos, can you spot it? :-)

Ratty said...

In the last photo, right in the middle, I think I see something brown and furry. It looks like it's trying to hide in the cave. The rest of the cave is a very similar color, so I could be very wrong.

Ellie said...

Is it a lizard or snake a tad bit above the fuzzy looking thing?

steven wilson said...

In the third picture down inside the crack there appears to be a brown bat.

Sandra said...

It's a snail on the rock above the grass?

Your PC Info said...

a squirrel in the top right (at the left end of the 4 small rocks)?

YourPCInfo said...

Sorry ,I forgot to say that I was referring to the first picture

Cindy said...

Gorgeous pictures. What a neat place that would be to visit.

Mom said...

Cool bat cave.

I see the bat in the crevice.

betchai said...

in the last picture, there is something trying to hide in the crevice, like a striped brown big beetle, hmmmm, i am not sure though :))

rainfield61 said...

To say something new:
1st picture, big rock on right side, the creature is on top of the rock,somewhere on the left side of the big crack line.
But do no know what is it.

Anonymous said...

It's a trick question, there's something in all three pictures!

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Third picture, below center on the left of the middle crack is a furry thing, head down- a bat?

John | English Wilderness said...

Thanks to everyone who's taken part. To my surprise there are actually two creatures in the pictures! Here are the results.

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