Abraham Lincoln Cave


The wall of Deer cave called similar by Abraham Lincoln face seen as panoramic of UNESCO world Heritage site in Gunung Mulu National Park inside Miri division area, Sarawak, Malaysia.

The heritage encompasses caves and karst formations in a mountainous equatorial rainforest setting of Borneo.

Known, the geological history data explained about the times of 40-20 million years ago there was a layer of sedimentary rock or limestone with a thickness of 1,500 m (4,900 ft). On geologically, the layer is formed from compressed sea shells, then developed in a structure created by coral reefs, then a shift in the tectonic plates of Asia and Australia caused the earth’s crust to bend and become high ground, called by Borneo island.
Borneo was built from Pacific ring of fire activities, but it was far from the coordinates of the fourth tectonic plates line prone zone, that’s are Asia, Australia, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific as the ring of fire.

Because that reason, Borneo is relatively safe from geology disasters.

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Author: Sutanta Aditya

Sutanta Aditya is a documentary and editorial photographer were focus for the geological disasters, environmental and social issues. Based in Indonesia.

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