Cave Explorers Make Big Discovery in Corydon

Cave Explorers Make Big Discovery in Corydon

Cave explorers say they've made big discoveries in Corydon, Indiana.

Workers at Indiana Caverns, a visitor-friendly show cave, say they've discovered thousands of bones from creatures that have been extinct for thousands of years.

"I think it's so unique in fact one of the paleontologists said this may end up being the most significant bone-finding in Indiana history and possibly in the Midwest," said Rob Houchens, a partner at Indiana Caverns.

More excavations are planned at the site. Indiana Caverns stretches a little more than 38 miles. Right now, less than one mile of that is open to the public for tours.
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