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List of troglobites - Wikipedia


A troglobite is an animal that lives entirely in the dark parts of caves Roughly speaking, troglobites may be classed as troglofauna (the land-dwelling species)  ...

Cave Animals are More Than Bats and Bears - Adventure-Caves.com


When you think of cave animals, you may think of bats or bears but cave life is much more diversified.

Cave Creatures - National Caves Association


Cave-inhabiting animals are often categorized as troglobites (cave-limited species), troglophiles (species that can live their entire lives in caves, but also occur in ...

Terrestrial Cave Animals - EnchantedLearning.com


Terrestrial Cave Animals. Caves are home to many animals. A troglobiont ('troglo' means cave or hole in Greek and 'bio' means life) is an organism that lives in ...

Kings of the underworld | 10 creatures that thrive in caves | MNN ...


Jan 10, 2011 ... Trapped deep underneath the Earth and left to evolve in blackness and isolation for thousands of years, cave animals are some of nature's ...

Go to What Animals Live in Caves?


By clicking on the words below you can find out about the animals that live in that part of the cave: The Entrance (Twilight Zone) of Caves. Deep in Caves.

Troglobites: Animals that Live in a Cave - Geology.com


Troglobites are small creatures that have adapted to permanently live in the dark environment of a cave.

The Three Types of Cave Life - How Cave Biology Works ...


All cave animals and organisms fit into one of three categories of cave life. Placement in these categories depends on how much time the organism actually  ...

Underground Animals: Cool Cave Critters, Part One - Neatorama


Jan 26, 2011 ... Cave animals just might be some of the strangest animals on Earth. Adapted to living somewhere with little to no light and practically no ...

Animals - Wind Cave National Park (U.S. National Park Service)


The establishment of Wind Cave National Game Preserve in 1912 brought the reintroduction of bison, elk, and pronghorn to the park. That legacy of wildlife ...