An extraordinary discovery was made by a photographer when he accidentally searched a rabbit hole inside a farmer's field.
Michael Scott, a photographer from Birmingham, has found a 700-year-old cave in Shropshire, England. The cave was hidden inside a rabbit hole in a farmer's field. The photographer started his search after seeing an old video of the cave. The cave looks fabulous, and the photographer was ecstatic after discovering the underground network.
Let us have a look at some of the wonderful pictures of the cave.
It may look like an ordinary hole, but it leads to one of the most beautiful caves in the world.
Knights Templar was a Catholic order founded in 1119. Members of Templar were highly trained, and it is said that the order used the caves to arrange their secret meetings.
According to Michael, some chambers in caves are small, and those who are more than six-feet in height would have to bend their bodies before entering.
The rabbit hole leads to walkways inside the cave which are completely untouched and beautiful.
Michael was shocked after seeing the condition of the cave because it has been a long time since the cave was grounded.
According to Michael Scott, he found the cave while walking on a field. He also added, "If you don't know it was there, then you would just walk right past it."
Michael Scott took these stunning pictures inside the cave, and they are utterly mesmerising.
That's all, folks!