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"Thors Hammer" iconic hoodoo in Bryce Canyon NP USA

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Earth's crust / Erosion

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Earth's crust / Landform / Canyon

Environment / Biodiversity management / Environment management / Environment protection / National park

America / North America / United States of America / Western United States / Mountain States / Utah / Bryce Canyon (National Park)


Earth's crust / Rock / Sedimentary rock

Earth's crust / Geological formation / Hoodoo rock

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