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Green Emerald Damselfly mating Basque country FranceGreen Emerald Damselfly mating Basque country FranceGreen Emerald Damselfly mating Basque country France© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Green Emerald Damselfly mating Basque country FranceGreen Emerald Damselfly mating Basque country FranceGreen Emerald Damselfly mating Basque country France© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Common Blue Damselfly mating Basque Country SpainCommon Blue Damselfly mating Basque Country SpainCommon Blue Damselfly mating Basque Country Spain© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Eroded sandstone massif Jaizkibel Basque Country SpainEroded sandstone massif Jaizkibel Basque Country SpainEroded sandstone massif Jaizkibel Basque Country Spain© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Trees with enormous  winter migration of Bramblings Spain ; During severe winters in their winter range, Bramblings can move in huge group further south in search of their favorite food: beechnuts.Trees with enormous winter migration of Bramblings SpainTrees with enormous winter migration of Bramblings Spain ; During severe winters in their winter range, Bramblings can move in huge group further south in search of their favorite food: beechnuts.© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Community silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, FranceCommunity silk web of Spider mites (social mites), Gorse red spider mite (Tetranychus lintearius) - this tiny mite (0.5 mm) weaves huge protective webs on the gorse on which it feeds by sucking their sap. These fabrics can cover other plants around. It is used as a biological control agent in countries where gorse has been introduced and is found to be invasive, Basque Country, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of Apple 'Jincoa Sagarra', alias 'Apple god', Basque varietyPortrait of Apple 'Jincoa Sagarra', alias 'Apple god', Basque varietyPortrait of Apple 'Jincoa Sagarra', alias 'Apple god', Basque variety© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Summit of the Chapelle de la Madeleine overlooking the bocage de la Soule in autumn, Basque Country, Pyrenees, FranceSummit of the Chapelle de la Madeleine overlooking the bocage de la Soule in autumn, Basque Country, Pyrenees, FranceSummit of the Chapelle de la Madeleine overlooking the bocage de la Soule in autumn, Basque Country, Pyrenees, France© Georges Lopez / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Heath of ferns covering the Erretzu peak, La soule, Basque Country, Pyrenees, FranceHeath of ferns covering the Erretzu peak, La soule, Basque Country, Pyrenees, FranceHeath of ferns covering the Erretzu peak, La soule, Basque Country, Pyrenees, France© Georges Lopez / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remnants of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows.Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remnants of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows.Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remnants of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originally© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originally© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originally© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque

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Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe and Paleodictyon on the right - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe and Paleodictyon on the right - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe and Paleodictyon on the right - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque

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Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Ichnofossils on flysch Deba, Geopark of the Basque Coast, Basque Country, Spain. Ichnofossil: Helminthorhaphe - Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era, in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, caused by earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization of very regular layers of sandstone and limestone, here corrected by the Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.Hayedo de Otzarreta, Remarkable beech forest, formerly cut for charcoal production, Gorbeia Natural Park, Basque Country, Spain.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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