Bat Cave or Ancient Man’s Cave

Ancient Man Cave is a flat, spacious rock cave with an arch up to 45m high, absorbing the darkness of the night.

The light of the flashlight I carried seemed to be sucked out by the dense darkness. Feeling cold, creepy when the low graves appear in the weak light, with scattered incense legs. The sound of flapping wings of bats flying out of the cave looking for food, emanating from the quiet space, evokes the gloom and chill.

In addition to the name Hang Ma near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, the Muong people also call it Dang Dang cave, which translates to Bat Cave, because this cave is home to many species of bats. Muong people like to eat bat meat, or hunt bats, but they never dare to catch bats in Nguoi Xua Cave and Con Moong Cave. They believe that each soul turns into a bat. Tens of thousands of bats in this cave are the souls of their ancestors. Scientists have identified up to 19 species of bats living in this cave. Although not the place with the most bats, the Ancient Man Cave near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is home to the most bat species in the world. The fact that up to 19 species live peacefully in a cave is really a mystery, and scientists have not been able to decipher it.

Ancient Man Cave is a flat,…

Ancient Man Cave is a flat, spacious rock cave with an arch up to 45m high, absorbing the darkness of the night. The arch of the cave turned to the southeast, and the mouth of the cave looked like a giant dragon’s mouth. Inside the cave is very wide, with many nooks and crannies leading to many directions, with many cave floors. This huge house can accommodate thousands of people. Like many other caves, the limestone arch creates colorful stalactites, but the special thing is that knocking on the stalactites emits strange sounds like the sound of gongs and gongs of the Muong people.

Although little known, in fact, the Ancient Man Cave near Tam Coc Ninh Binh has been discovered and excavated by scientists of the Institute of Archeology since 1966, half a century ago. Excavation results have yielded a lot of artifacts, with all kinds of shells of stream snails, mountain snails, animal bones and teeth, labor tools, pottery, hidden in very thick cultural layers. The artifacts show that the source of life of the ancients depended entirely on the forest. They hunt and gather for a living. Life is completely wild.

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