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English: Image of naturally burning oil shale on a coast near Kimmeridge, on 18th August 2000.
Česky: Přirozeně hořící ropné břidlice na pobřeží blízko Kimmeridge 18. srpna 2000.
Date 18 August 2000
Source US Department of Energy - DOE - Public domain
Author uploaded by Mion 07:39, 22 October 2006 (UTC)


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