Caves in Myanmar
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Due to long-standing travel restrictions, the karst and caves have not been widely investigated in Myanmar (the country once known as Burma). Access is now easier to some parts of the country, though others remain virtually closed to foreigners. A useful overview of Myanmar caves was presented by Dunkley et al. (1989). More has been revealed since the Harrison Institute (based in England) has pursued its biodiversity research into the bats that occupy a critical site between the Indian sub-continent and the peninsulas of Southeast Asia.
Cave and Karst Science, Vol. 31, no. 1 (2004-01-01).
Waltham, Tony and Eavis, A., "Caves in Myanmar" (2004). KIP Articles. 962.