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Fundort / Site: Oamaru (New Zealand), Forresters Hill Gestein / Rock: Sediment (Kieselgur) / Diatomit Alter / Age: approx. 32-35 million years (late Eocene - early Oligocene) Präparation / Preparation: Anne Gleich Stacked from 11 microphotos, each one with a slightly different focal distance
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