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  Note: If the image above seems dark, right click directly on the image and turn on the "Headlights" or whatever lighting option is available.

This image shows Fulford Cave. This is a one mile (1.6 km) Colorado Cave. The cave is located at 10,000 feet (3048 m.) and is formed in steeply dipping limestone draped over the crest of hill. The long slanting passage visible in the image is a stream gallery and most of the rest of the cave represents old stream channels that were abandoned as the water cut through the limestone.

The images shows several VRML features:

  • Animation. The image is being rotated around the vertical axis using one of many VRML animation features.
     
  • Textures. The image is textured with a photograph of limestone.
     
 
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