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[探索发现] 【整理】2010-01-31 地球的起源 EarthMade—1

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  How The Earth Was Made  

The series of HOW THE EARTH WAS MADE travels the globe to reveal the geological processes that have shaped our planet. We will look at a single location and examine how the features that we see today have formed over millions of years—whether by colliding continents, volcanic eruption or the abrasive power of vast ice sheets. These processes, which intimately affect the way we live today, have been lost in the mists of time. Using the clues that were left behind, combined with expert evidence from geologists in the field, this series rolls back the millennia to see how the slow but immensely powerful forces of geology have shaped our world.

 

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Earth--a unique planet, restless and dynamic, continents shift and clash, volcanoes erupt, glaciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are constantly at work leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind. None greater than the Sahara Desert--the hottest place on the planet, a deadly wasteland that time forgot, or so scientists believed till they unearthed a series of startling clues: the fossils of sea creatures, fresh water shells buried in sand, ancient settlements with human remains, clear evidence that this stark landscape hides a turbulent past, one that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of How The Earth Was Made.

 

Africa’s vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.

 

When I first arrived in Sahara I was just struck by how utterly barren it was. It’s like the color green was removed from the palette when they made this place, just nothing, grays and browns and not a scrap of life.

 

Smith’s mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara into the wasteland it is today. Her investigation begins on the desert’s far eastern edge in Egypt. Not in the sands of the Sahara but in one of the most epic structures ever built by man--the Great Pyramids.

 

The building blocks of this ancient wonder house a remarkable clue to the history of this land, from a time long before the pharaohs even existed.

 

So taking a closer look at these blocks making up the Pyramids, there’s actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious are these flat discs up to about an inch wide. They’re called nummulites and they are actually single-celled organisms.

 

The name nummulites means little coins in Latin. They are some of the largest single-celled creatures to have ever existed.


 

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Earth a unique planet, restless and dynamic. Continents shift and clash. Volcanoes erupt. Glaciers grow and reseed. Titanic forces that are constantly at work leaving a trail of geological mystery behind.

Non greater than the Sahara desert the hottest place on the planet but deadly waste land that time forgot. Also scientists believed to they unearth a series of startling clues the fossils of sea creatures fresh water shell burying in sand ancient settlement with human remains clear evidence that this start landscape hides turbulence past. One that would alter
the course of human history and provide a dramatic chapter in the story of how the earth was made.


African vast Sahara desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largest desert and the hottest place on the earth.

When I first arrived in Sahara I was just struck by how bury it was. it’s like color green was removed from the pallet when they make this place just nothing grains brown and not a scrape of life.
Smith’s mission is to unearth evidence of what made Sahara into the waste land as it is today. Her investigation begins on the far eastern edge in Egypt. Not a sand of Sahara but
in
one of the most epic structures ever built by man
the great Pyramids.


The building blocks of this ancient wonder how was the remarkable clue to the history of this land. From time long before the faros even existed . So taking close look at those blocks making the Pyramids there are actually gorgeous marine fossils in here . Most obvious this flat disc of two batter entwine they called nummulites
and they are actually single cell organisms..


The name nummulites means little coins in Latin. They are some of large single cell creature
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Earth, a unique planet, ressless and dynamic, continents shift and clash, volcanoes erupt, glaciers grow and recede, titanic forces that are constantly at work, leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind, none grader in the Sahara Desert, the hottest place on the planet, a deadly waste land, the time forgot. Or so scientists believed till they on earth the series of starting clues: the fossils of sea creatures, fresh water shells buried in sand, ancient settlements with human remains, clear evidence that this dark landscape hides attorbulan?? past.

One that would or** the cause of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of HOW THE EARTH WAS MADE.

Africa’s vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.

Jen Smith PhD: “When I first arrived in Sahara, I was just struck by how utterly bury it was, it’s like the color green was removed from the plate when they made this place, just nothing graze and browns and not a scrap of life.”

Smith’s mission is to on earth evidence of what made the Sahara into the waste land is today.

Her investigation begins on the deserts far Eastern edge, in Egypt, not in the sands of the Sahara, but in one of the most Arabic?? structures ever built by men, the great Pyramids, the building blocks of this ancient wonder how’s remarkable clue to the history of this land from a time long before the pharos even existed.

“So taking a close look at these blocks making of the pyramids, there are actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious are these flat disks up to about an inch wide, they’re called nomiladis??, and they are actually single-celled organisms.”

The name nomiladis?? means little coins in Latin. They are some of the largest single-celled creatures to …
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Earth, a unique planet, restless and dynamic. Continents shift and clash. Volcanos erupt. Glaciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are constantly at work, leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind.

None greater than the Sahara Desert, the hottest place on the planet, a deadly wasteland that time forgot, or so scientists believed till they unearthed a series of startling clues, the fossils of sea creatures, fresh water shells buried in sand, ancient settlements with human remains, clear evidence that this stark landscape hides a turbulent past, one that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.

Africa's vast Sahara Desert is as big as the US. The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It's the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.

When I first arrived in Sahara, I was just struck by how utterly baren it was. It's like the color green was removed from the palette when they made this place. Just nothing, greys and browns, and not a scrap of life.

Smith's mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara into the wasteland it is today. Her investigation begins on the desert's far eastern edge in Egypt, not in the sands of the Sahara, but in one of the most epic structures ever built by man, the great pyramids.

The building blocks of this ancient wonder house a remarkable clue to the history of this land, from a time long before the Pharaohs even existed.

So taking a closer look at these blocks making the pyramids, there's actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious are these flat discs up to about an inch wide. They're called Nummulites and they're actually single-celled organisms.

The name Nummulites means little coins in Latin. They're some of the largest single-celled creature to have ever existed.
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Earth, a unique planet restless and dynamic, continents shift and clash, volcanoes erupt, glaciers grow and recede, tectonic forces that are constantly at work, leaving a trail of geographical mysteries behind. None greater than the Sahara desert, the hottest place on the planet, a deadly waste land that time forgot, or so scientists believed till they unearthed a series of startling clues, the fossils of sea creatures, freshwater shells buried in sand, ancient settlements with human remains, clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulent past. One that would alter the course of human history, and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.


Africa's vast desert is as big as the United States, the sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world eight inches deep, it's the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.

"when I first arrived in Sahara, I was just struck by how utterly barren it was, just like the color green was removed from palette when they made this place. Just nothing, greys and browns, and not a scrap of life."
Smith's mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara into the wasteland it is today. Her investigation begins on the deserts far eastern edge, in Egypt. Not in the sands of the Sahara, but in one of the most epic structures ever built by man, the great pyramids. The building blocks of this ancient wonder howls a remarkable clue to the history of this land, from a time long before the / even existed.

"so taking a closer look at these blocks making of the pyramids, there is actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious are these flat discs up to about an inch wide, they're called nummulites and they are actually single-celled organisms."
The name nummulite means little coins in Latin, they are some of the largest single-celled creatures to have ever existed.
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[Homework]2010-01-31 地球的起源 EarthMade—1

Earth a unique planet, restless and dynamic. Continents shift and clash. Volcanoes erupt. Glaciers grow and resede. Titanic forces that are constantly at work leaving a trail of geological mystery behind.

Non greater than the Sahara desert the hottest place on the planet but deadly waste land that time forgot. Also scientists believed to they unearth a series of startling clues the fossils of sea creatures, fresh water shell burying in sand ancient settlement with human remains clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulence past. One that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.

African vast Sahara desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.

When I first arrived in Sahara I was just struck by how utterly bury it was. It’s like the color green was removed from the planet when they make this place just nothing greys and browns and not a scrap of life.


Smith’s mission is to unearth evidence of what made Sahara into the waste land it is today. Her investigation begins on the deserts far eastern edge in Egypt. Not a sand of Sahara but in one of the most epic structures ever built by man, the great Pyramids.

The building blocks of this ancient wonder how was the remarkable clue to the history of this land. From time long before the faros even existed.
So taking close look at those blocks making the Pyramids there are actually gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious this flat disc of two batten inch wide, they called them nonmulities and they are actually single cell organisms.

The name nonmulities means little coins in Latin. They are some of largests single cell creature ever exist ...


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[Homework]2010-01-31 地球的起源 EarthMade—1

Earth,a unique planet,restless and dynamic.Continents shift and clash, volcanoes erupted,glacious glow and recede.Titannic forces that is constantly at work,leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind.
     None greater than the Sahara desert.the hottest place on the planet,a deadly wasteland.the time forgot,or so scientist believed ,so they Ernest the series of startling clues.
     The fossils of sea creatures,fresh water shells buried in sands,ancient settlements with human remains,clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulent past .One they coule alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic a new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.
     Africa's vast Sahara desert is as big as the united states.The sand alone in from the giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep.It is the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.
    When I first arrived in Sahara ,I was just structured by how utterly barren it was like the color green was removed from the palette when the make this place just nothing grays and browns and not a scrap of life.
    Smith's mission is to unearth the evidence of what make the Sahara into the wasteland it it today.Her investigations begins on the deserts far Eastern edge in Egypt.Not in the sands in Sahara ,but in one of the most epic structures every built by man.
     The great pyramids, the building blocks of this ancient wonder house the remarkable clue to the history of this land,from the time longer for the Pharaohs even exited. So taking a closer look at these blocks making our pyramids, there's actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here.Most obvious are these flat disks up to about an each wide.They're called Nummulites and they're actually single-celled organisms。
The name numulaties means little coins and Latin,there are some of the largest single-celled creatures to have ever exit.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Earth--a unique planet, restless and dynamic, continents shift and clash, volcanoes erupt, glaciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are constantly at work leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind.

None greater than the Sahara Desert--the hottest place on the planet, a deadly wasteland that time forgot. Also scientist/ believed till they unearth the series of startling clues the fossils of sea creatures, fresh water shells buried in sand, ancient settlements with human remains, clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulent past, one that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of How The Earth Was Made.

Africa’s vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largest desert and the hottest place on / earth.

When I first arrived in Sahara I was just struck by how utterly buried it was. It’s like the color green was removed from the pallet when they made this place just nothing, grays and browns and not a scrap of life.

Smith’s mission is to unearth
evidence of what made the Sahara into the wasteland / it is today. Her investigation begins on the desert’s far eastern edge in Egypt. Not on the sands of the Sahara but in one of the most epic structures ever built by man--the Great Pyramids.


The building blocks of this ancient wonder how’s a remarkable clue to the history of this land, from a time long before the pharaohs even existed.

So taking a closer look at these blocks making the Pyramids, there’s actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious are these flat discs up to about an inch wide, they’re called nummulites and they are actually single-celled organisms.

The name nummulites means little coins in Latin. They are some of the largest single--celled creatures to have ever existed.
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Earth, a unique planet, restless and dynamic, continents shift and crash, volcanoes erupted, glaciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are consistently at work, leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind. None greater than the Sahara Desert, the hottest place on the planet, a deadly waste land, the time forget. Also scientists believed till they unearthed the series of starting clues. The fossils of sea creatures. Flash water shows buried in sand. Ancient settlements with human remain, clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulent past. One that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.

Africa’s vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.

“When I first arrived in Sahara, I was just struck by how utterly bare it was. It’s like the color green was remove from the palette when they made this place, just nothing, grays and grounds and not a scrap of life live.”

Smith’s mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara into the waste land it is today. Her investigation begins on the deserts far eastern edge in Egypt. Not only the sand of Sahara, but in one of the most epic structures ever build by man, the Great Pyramids. The building blocks of these ancient wonder how’s a remarkable clue to the history of this land from a time long before the Pharaohs even exists.

“So taking a closer look at this blocks making of the Pyramids, there is actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious these flat disks up to about an inch wide. They are called nummulites and they are actually celled organisms.”

The name nummulites means little coins in Latin, they are some of largest single cell creatures to whatever exist.
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[Homework]2010-01-31 地球的起源 EarthMade—1

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Earth, a unique planet, restless and dynamic. Continents shift and clash, volcanos erupt. Graciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are constantly at work, leaving a trail of geological mysteries bebind.

None greater than the Sahara Desert, the hottest place on the planet. A deadly waste land, the time forgot, or so scientists believed till they unearthed a series of startling clues. The fossils of sea creatures, freshwater shells buried in sand, ancient settlement with human remains, clear evidence that this stark landscape hides a turbulant past. One that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.

Africa's vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone for this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It's the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.
When I first arrived in Sahara, I was just struck by how utterly barren it was. It's like the color green was removed from the palette when they made this place, just nothing, greys and browns and not a scrap of life.

Smith's mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara into the waste land it is today. Her investigation begins on the desert's far eastern edge, in Egypt, not in the sands of Sahara. But in one of the most epic structures, ever built by man , the Great Pyramids. The building blocks of this ancient wonder how's a remarkable clue to the history of this land, from a time long before the Pharaohs even existed.

So, taking a closer look at these blocks making the Pyramids, there's actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious, are these flat discs up to about an inch wide, they're called nummulites and they are actually single-celled organisms.

The name nummulites means little coins in Latin. They are some of the largest single-celled creatures to have ever existed.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Earth--aunique planet, restless and dynamic, continents shift and clash, volcanoeserupt, glaciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are constantly at workleaving a trail of geological mysteries behind.

None greater than the Sahara Desert--the hottest place on the planet, a deadlywasteland that time forgot, or so scientists believed till they unearth theseries of startling clues: the fossils ofsea creatures, fresh water shells buried in sand, ancient settlements withhuman remains, clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulent past,one that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapterin the story of How The Earth Was Made.

Africa’s vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone fromthis giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largestdesert and the hottest place on / earth.

When I first arrived in Sahara I was juststruck by how utterly barren it was. It’slike the color green was removed from the pallet when they made this place justnothing, grays and browns and not a scrap of life.

Smith’s mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Saharainto the wasteland / it is today. Her investigation begins on the desert’s fareastern edge in Egypt.Not in the sands of the Saharabut in one of the most epic structures ever built by man--the Great Pyramids.

The building blocks of this ancient wonder housea remarkable clue to the history of this land, from a time long before the pharaohseven existed.

So taking a closer look at these blocks making the Pyramids, there’s actually thesegorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious are these flat discs up to aboutan inch wide, they’re called nummulites and they are actually single-celledorganisms.

The name nummulites means little coins in Latin. They are some of the largestsingle--celled creatures to have ever existed.
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[Homework]2010-01-31 地球的起源 EarthMade—1

Earth,a unique planet,restless in dynamic,continents shift and clash,volcanoes erupt, glaciers grow and recede.Titanic forces that are constantly at work,leading a trail of Geological mysteries behind.
None greater that the Sahara desert,the hardest place on the planet,a deadly wasteland that time forgot.Also scientists believed to they on earth the series of starting clues,the fossils of sea creatures,fresh water shells buried in sand,ancient settlements with human remains.Clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulent past.One that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.
Africa's vast Sahara desert is as big as the United States.The sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep.It's the largest desert and the hardest place on earth.
When I first arrive in Sahara,I was just stuck by how utterly buried it was. It's like the color green was removed from the pallet when they made this place,just nothing grays and browns and no a scrap of life.
Smith's mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara to the wasteland it is today.Her investigation begins on the desert far eastern edge in Egypt.Not in the sands of the Sahara but in the one the most Africa structures ever built by man,the Great Pyramids.The building blocks this ancient wonder how's remarkable clue to the history of this land from the time long before the Pharaohs even existed.
So take a close look at these blocks making of the pyramids,there's actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here.Most obvious are these flatten disks up to about an inch wide,they're called Nummulites(?) and they're actually single-celled organisms.
The name Numulites means little coins in Latin.They're some of the largest single-celled creatures to ever exist.



This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Earth, a unique planet, restless and dynamic, continents shift and clash, volcanoes erupt, glaciers grow and recede, titanic forces that are constantly at work, leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind, none grader in the Sahara Desert-the hottest place on the planet, a deadly waste land. The time forgot, Also scientist believed to the unearth series of startling clues. The fossils of sea creatures, freshwater shells bury in sand, ancient settlements with human remains, clear evidence that this start landscape hides a turbulent past.
One they would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made. Africa’s vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States; the sand alone from this giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It’s the largest desert and the hottest place on earth.
When I first arrived in Sahara, I was just struck by how utterly barren it was, like the color green was remove from the pallet when they made this place, just nothing, grays and browns, and not a scrap of life.
Smith’s mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara into the waste landed is today. Her investigation begins on the deserts far eastern edge in Egypt. Not in sands of Sahara but in one of the most / structures ever built by man. The Great Pyramids, the building blocks of this ancient wonder how the remarkable clue to the history of this land, from the time long before the fair roles even they existed.
So taking a closer look at these blocks, making up the Pyramids, there are actually with gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious are these flat disks up to body/, they called  / and they are actually single cell organisms.
The name numulatis means little corns in Latin. They are some of the largest single celled creatures to a ever exist.,,,,
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    Earth, a unique planet, restless and dynamic. Continents shift and crash. Volcanoes erupt. Glaciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are constantly at work, leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind. None greater than the Sahara desert, the hottest place on the planet, a deadly waste land that time forgot or so scientist believed till they unearthed the series of startling clues, the fossils of sea creatures, fresh water shields buried in sand, ancient settlements with human remains. Clear evidence that this star landscape hides a turbulent past, one that would alter the course of human history and provide a dramatic new chapter in the story of how the earth was made.

Africa's vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from the giant expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It's the largest desert and the hottest place on earth. "When I first arrived in Sahara, I was just struck by how utterly bare it was. It's like the color green was removed from the palette when they made this place, just nothing, grays and grounds and not a scrap of life" Smith's mission is to unearth evidence of what made the Sahara into the waste land it is today. Her investigation begins on the desert's far eastern edge in Egypt, not on the sands of Sahara, but in one of the most epic structures ever built by man, the Great Pyramids. The building blocks of this ancient wonder how the remarkable clue to the history of this land, from a time long before the Pharaohs even existed. "So taking a closer look at these blocks making up the pyramids, there are actually these gorgeous marine fossils in here. Most obvious these flat disks of inch wide. They are called nummulites and they're actually celled organism. The name nummulites means little coins in Latin. They are some of largest single-celled creatures to a ever existed...
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Earth, a unique planet. Restless and dynamic. Continents shift and clash. Volcanoes erupt. Glaciers grow and recede. Titanic forces that are constantly at work, leading a trail of geological mysteries behind.

None greater than the Sahara Desert, the hottest place on the planet, a deadly wasteland, the time for gods. Also scientists believed till they noticed the serious startling clue: the fossiles of sea creatures. Fresh water shells buried in sand; Ancient settlements with human remain——Clear evidence that this stock landscape hides a turbulent past.

One that would * the human history, and provide a dramatic new trappitor in the story of how the earth is made.

Afica's vast Sahara Desert is as big as the United States. The sand alone from this dry expanse could bury the entire world 8 inches deep. It is the largest desert and hottest place on earth.

"When I first arrived in Sahara, I was struck by * bear was. Like the color green was removed from the palace when they made this place, just nothing except grays and browns and not a scrap life."

Smith Mission is to * evidence of what made the Sahara into the wasteland it is today. Her investigation begins in desert far easten edge in Egypt. Not only the sands of Sahara, but is one of the most * structures ever built by man, the Great Pyramids. The building blocks of this ancient wonder how's remarkable clue to the history of this land. From a long time even before the Pharoah existed.

"So, take a close you look at the block making this pyramids there's actually this gorgeous marine fossiles in here. Most obvious are these flat disks up to about an inch wide. They are called nummulities and they're actually single-celled organisms."

The name nummulities means little coins in Latin. They some of the largest single-celled creatures to ever exist.
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