Stalagmites

are conical deposits of calcium carbonate on the floors of limestone caverns, formed by crystallisation from groundwater.
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Stalagmites

Deposits of precipitated calcite that form elongate, vertical projections on the cave floor. The word derives from the Greek stalagmos meaning 'dripped off'. Some people find it difficult to remember the difference between a stalactite and a stalagmite. It might help to remember that a 'stalagmite' forms on the ground and that ' -mites' might reach...
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