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Blue Hamlet, Hypoplectrus gemma, tropical fish, blue, blue fish, atlantic...

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Caption: Blue Hamlet, Hypoplectrus gemma, tropical fish, blue, blue fish, atlantic fish, atlantic ocean, aquatic, marine
Scientific name: Hypoplectrus gemma
Copyright: © Ann & Rob Simpson
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Death Valley National Park, Zabriskie Point is a part of Amargosa Range located in Death Valley National Park in the United States noted for its erosional landscape. It is composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago -- long before Death Valley came into existence. The extensive water erosion gives it the local name of badlands. California, DeathValley7826zsn_AnnRobSimpson.tif
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20 Mule Team Wagon Train used in hauling borax from Death Valley to Mojave, 165 miles away and a 10 day journey. The borax weighed 24 tons and the entire weight totalled 36.6 tons. Death Valley; Furnace Creek; Furnace Creek Ranch, Borax Museum, Death Valley National Park, California, CA, North America; United States of America {America, U.S., United States, US, USA};
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