- "Local scans indicate an abundance of mineral deposits in this area."
- ― PDA, Dialogue
The Mountain Range Caves is a large cavernous system located inside the mountain ranges, next to the Kelp Forest, Koosh Zone, Mushroom Forest and the Underwater Islands.
Here, many special types of minerals such as: Diamond, Lithium and Magnetite can be found in large quantities, along with Basalt chunks.
One of the caves' entrances
A hydrothermal vent covered with Magnetite
inside Mountain Range Caves
For a more complete gallery, visit Mountain Range Caves/Gallery.
- The presence of Stalactites in the caves indicate they were once dry-standing and were flooded only in a later point, several million years after they first formed.