Difference between a Cave and a Cavern?

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A cave is a basically a natural underground void that is large enough for humans to enter, whereas a cavern is simply a large cave formed chemically by acid rains or can also be defined as a series of connected underground caves.
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Answer A cave is a natural underground void large enough for a human to enter, while a cavern is a large cave that was formed chemically (through things like acid rain). Another mining
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A cavern is a specific type of cave, naturally formed in
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According to the Dictionary of Geological Terms. Cave – A natural cavity, recess, chamber, or series of chambers and galleries beneath the surface of the earth, large enough
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