The Gomantong Caves in Borneo are the type of place that makes most people want to tuck their socks into their pants and run the other way. First imagine the amount of feces that millions of bats and swiftlets produce … and then imagine how many feces-feasting bugs that would attract. And that's exactly what you have to walk through in order to explore what some have dubbed "the Cockroach Cave."
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To watch more of McFarlane's work in the Gomantong Caves, be sure to check out Bat Man of Borneo: http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2015/04/16/bat-man-of-borneo/
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