Speleologists Safe Home After World's Deepest Cave Adventure

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Speleologists Safe Home After World's Deepest Cave Adventure The four Bulgarian speleologists that were trapped in the world's deepest cave Krubera returned safe to Bulgaria. Photo by Kameliya Atanasova (SNA)

The four Bulgarian speleologists that were trapped in the world's deepest cave Krubera returned safe to Bulgaria.

Teodor Kisimov, Konstantin Stoilov, Svetlomir Stanchev and Orlin Kolov were part of the joint Bulgarian-Ukrainian expedition that explored Krubera.

They were trapped in the cave for a few days due to torrential rains that resulted in increased water level in the cave.

Teodor Kisimov, Konstantin Stoilov and Svetlomir Stanchev reached a depth of 2,080 meters earlier, going in deeper than any Bulgarian has ever been.
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