Son Doong, the world's largest cave, appeared on live American television 2

Son Doong, the world's largest cave, appeared on live American television 2

The crew of ABC's Good Morning America program brought a ton of tools and used 7 remote-controlled aircraft to broadcast live `breathtakingly beautiful` images inside Son Doong cave.

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At the end of the Good Morning America program, most of the audience were still overwhelmed when they first saw inside Son Doong cave.

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While the film crew continuously updated information through television programs and social networks, Twitter was bustling with comments about the program and the magnificence of the cave.

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Explore Son Doong cave through 3D images

The 3D model recreated by National Geographic shows that throughout the 4 km length of Son Doong cave is an extremely rich ecosystem.

8:14 p.m

Deep inside the cave, host Ginger Zee said the film crew was preparing to enter an area without an Internet connection and updated the final lines on Twitter, wishing all viewers watching the program would enjoy it.

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam gave an interview on American television channel – ABC

Talking to the film crew, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam said: `In the past, people here often lived by hunting, but today the majority are working in the tourism sector so they have a better income.`

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A behind-the-scenes photo was posted on Twitter by Ginger while recording live with the crew members, standing on a stalactite that she described as `scareingly beautiful`.

The film crew is ready for the world’s largest cave live broadcast

ABC: Ginger, you’ve been climbing mountains for the past few days, your body must be very tired. Ginger: I didn’t know what I was getting into but I’m so grateful to have a great team by my side.

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Son Doong Cave viewed from above

Ginger is deep underground, 121 meters above the ground, inside the world’s largest cave and hidden deep in the jungle of central Vietnam.

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`It will take a few decades to fully explore this cave,` Ginger shared while standing in the heart of Son Doong cave.

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Without a map to guide them, only two British explorers in the group knew the entrance.

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