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I had quite a fruitful interaction today on Twitter, after I replied to a tweet about the location of Gooty Fort in Andhra Pradesh.
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En el reciente XVI EJIP, celebrado en Zarautz del 11 al 14 de abril, se presentó el trabajo: "Representaciones recientes de Troodontidae, Gilmore, 1924. (Dinosauria, Theropoda)", donde se analizan [...]
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