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that bringing electronics into a cave
is a quick way to ruin your favorite
gadgets.) If you have a lighter or
matches and a candle, light it so you
can see while you wait for help. The
light from a candle, cell phone, or
watch won’t be strong enough to
help you navigate, but it will keep you
from having to wait in total darkness.
Most important, stay warm and
dry. Your enemy in a cave is not the
dark but the cold.
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