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20 August 2009, JellyBean @ 12:46 pm

British explorer Andrew Collins claims to have discovered a complex web of cave systems below the Great Pyramids of Egypt. The entrance, he claims is via an unrecorded tomb west of the pyramids and was last recorded by British consul general Henry Salt in 1817.
“There is untouched archaeology down there, as well as a delicate ecosystem that includes colonies of bats and a species of spider which we have tentatively identified as the white widow,” British explorer Andrew Collins said.

Zahi Hawass, chief of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, has dismissed the discovery.

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MSNBC: Cave complex may lie beneath Giza Pyramids

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