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Ingleborough Cave, first entered and made accessible in 1837, is the premier show cave in the Yorkshire Dales.In 2012, it celebrated 175 years of entrancing visitors with an awe inspiring range of stunning cave formations, the imposing cave entrance and the large passages are full of artefacts dating back millions of years along with the evidence of the significant impact of the Ice Ages. The tours of the Cave leave from the entrance at regular intervals with an expert guide to help interpret the many features of the Cave.

Speaking about the latest discovery, a spokesman for the Israel Antiquities Authority said: 'The valuables might have been hidden in the cave by local residents who fled there during the period of governmental unrest stemming from the death of Alexander, a time when the Wars of the Diadochi broke out in Israel between Alexander’s heirs following his death.

One of the coins found in the cave is pictured above and is thought to have been hidden by refugees during an ancient war following the death of Alexander the Great.

MD Bee welcomes submissions in any of the above categories. Discovered in the early 1900's in Valencia , Spain in the Cave of the Spider (Cueve de la Arana) situated on the river Cazunta, the painting speaks of man's long fascination with honey.

Man of Bicorp Estimates of age place the rock painting depicted above at approximately 15,000 years old.

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Before our ancestors could write, they recorded this honey hunting event in bold red paint.

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