A SINISTER “cave of death” in Costa Rica kills any living creature that dares to step inside.
The deadly cave is located on the edge of the Poas Volcano inand is strictly prohibited from entering.
Cueva de la Muerte translated to Cave of Death from Spanish is a tourist attraction that doesn’t actually let anyone visit inside.
The terrifying placard outside of it warns: “Danger, no trespassing beyond this point.”
And the images of skulls are just a sign hinting to what could happen to trespassers.
But poor animals that can’t read the warning die instantly when they enter the cavity.
The reason behind eerie phenomenon in the Cave of Death is the high levels of CO2.
The cave itself emits nearly 100 per cent carbon dioxide, a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas that is highly toxic and can be fatal.
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