Wookey Hole 1

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WOOKEY HOLE is situated in a narrow ravine on the south side of the Mendips, two miles from the cathedral city of Wells. Those familiar with the labouis of the pioneers who discovered the presence of man in Pleistocene deposits of British caves need no introduction to this ravine in the Mendips, for the hyana den, where Prof. Boyd Dawkins, the doyen of British “cave-hunters,” commenced his lahours fifty-five years ago, is situated on its eastern side, within stone-throw of the main series of caves which open on the ivy-covered crags at the northern or blind end of the ravine.

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KEITH, A. Wookey Hole 1 . Nature 94, 395–397 (1914). https://doi.org/10.1038/094395a0

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