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Canberra – Dinos roaming in Gold Creek
Australia

A dino pair on its way home in the evening, probably for dinner, as one looks back to check out another prehistoric beast a.k.a. the orange ACTION bus.

P.S. The dinos appear courtesy of the National Dinosaur Museum.

Copyright: Unkle Kennykoala
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 22/11/2012
Uploaded: 23/11/2012
Updated: 08/07/2014
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Tags: australia; act; canberra; museum; dinosaur; bus; 2012
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