Huangyan Cave is located at the foothills of the southwest of Shiziyan in Heerkou Management District, Heerkou Town, Fengkai. It is a solitary Triassic limestone peak standing in a karst valley. The front of the cave is a sloping field, and the mountains behind it are horizontal, with undulating peaks. The entrance of the cave faces southwest with a relative elevation of 15 meters. The cave can be divided into upper and lower floors. There are branch holes on the west and south sides of the cave hall. In 1980, the People's Government of Guangdong Province announced it as a provincial cultural relics protection unit.
Huangyan Cave, it is well worth visiting, it is beautiful!
Huangyan Cave has a very cool name: Triassic Limestone Lonely Peak. To be honest, I couldn't understand how to understand. . . . . . A solitary Triassic limestone peak standing in a karst valley, with a slope in front of the cave, and continuous mountains and undulating peaks behind it. The entrance of the cave faces southwest with a relative height of 15 meters. The cave is divided into upper and lower floors. There are branch caves in the west and south of the cave hall. Two ancient human skull fossils were excavated in 1964. The adult one is quite intact. It is 11930±200 years old according to carbon fourteen and belongs to the late Homo sapiens. The fossil fauna of Huangyan Cave consists of 30 species, belonging to the giant panda-sabertooth fauna in South China. The date is determined to be 136±0.9 million years ago, reflecting the subtropical ecological environment at that time. In the Lingnan region and even in South China, the cave cultural remains represented by the Fengkai Huangyan Cave and the Yangchun Duzi Site are precious materials for studying the cultural features of this region about 10,000 years ago and earlier.
The scenery is nice and the people are nice, and it's very convenient to drive.
The cave is cool and beautiful, but when I come out I am tired