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Bukabay Ravine

 Bukabaysky Yar (high bank) near Belyaevka village. The cut of adjournment average-top Trias in which fossils of mastodonsaurus are found. At  17:08 on 12th of May, 2011

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Uploadet: 14/05/2011
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Tags: nature; river; landscape; bukabay; orenburg region
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