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Argentina

Es una foto tomada el 08/06/2013 en el bosque de la plata al lado de un ginkgo biloba

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Tags: plata; buenos; aires; bosque; ginkgo; biloba; otoño; hojas; secas; tierra; arboles; museo; zoologico; zoo
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