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Important discovery in caving

Last week, Quebec cavers announced that they had discovered large underground galleries under a park in Montreal. Let's take a closer look at this discovery!

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Last week, Quebec cavers announced that they had discovered large underground galleries under a park in Montreal.

“The mysterious cave of Saint-Léonard has not finished revealing its secrets: two speleologists have recently discovered galleries there, 15,000 years old. Last month, cavers Daniel Caron and Luc Le Blanc removed debris obstructing a crack in the cave located in Pie-XII Park. It was there that they discovered an impressive gallery, unknown until then. "

Source: Radio-Canada

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Véronique Lavergne
Véronique Lavergne
Véronique is a librarian at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières and a trainer in educational technology for future teachers. She also holds a teaching certificate in the social universe at the secondary level and collaborates regularly with the organization L'École branchée.

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