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View over the tsingy rock formations and the surrounding dry deciduous forest, Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar  -  Vincent Grafhorst
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70004282 View over the tsingy rock formations and the surrounding dry deciduous forest, Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar© Vincent Grafhorst
Karst formations, Ha Long Bay, Cat Ba Island, Vietnam
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00568105 Karst formations, Ha Long Bay, Cat Ba Island, Vietnam© Cyril Ruoso
Plants growing in karst formation, Ha Long Bay, Cat Ba Island, Vietnam
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00568103 Plants growing in karst formation, Ha Long Bay, Cat Ba Island, Vietnam© Cyril Ruoso
Karst formation, Ha Long Bay, Cat Ba Island, Vietnam
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00568102 Karst formation, Ha Long Bay, Cat Ba Island, Vietnam© Cyril Ruoso
Weathered limestone cliff, Vinales Valley, Cuba
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00561146 Weathered limestone cliff, Vinales Valley, Cuba© Ingo Arndt
Limestone karst mountains, Guangxi, China  -  Thomas Marent
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00522112 Limestone karst mountains, Guangxi, China© Thomas Marent
Limestone karst mountains, Guangxi, China  -  Thomas Marent
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00522111 Limestone karst mountains, Guangxi, China© Thomas Marent
Limestone karst mountains, Guangxi, China  -  Thomas Marent
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00522110 Limestone karst mountains, Guangxi, China© Thomas Marent
White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) troop with females with young on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China  -  Thomas Marent
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00522109 White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) troop with females with young on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China© Thomas Marent
Land Snail (Amphidromus sp), endemic to limestone karst formations, Bukit Sarang Conservation Area, Bintulu, Borneo, Malaysia  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00451116 Land Snail (Amphidromus sp), endemic to limestone karst formations, Bukit Sarang Conservation Area, Bintulu, Borneo, Malaysia© Chien Lee
Land Snail (Amphidromus sp), endemic to limestone karst formations, Bukit Sarang Conservation Area, Bintulu, Borneo, Malaysia  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00451115 Land Snail (Amphidromus sp), endemic to limestone karst formations, Bukit Sarang Conservation Area, Bintulu, Borneo, Malaysia© Chien Lee
Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00427186 Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan© Piotr Naskrecki
Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) trees on karst formation, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00427184 Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) trees on karst formation, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan© Piotr Naskrecki
Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) plants on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00427183 Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) plants on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan© Piotr Naskrecki
Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) plants on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00427182 Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) plants on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan© Piotr Naskrecki
Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) trees on karst formation, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00427180 Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) trees on karst formation, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan© Piotr Naskrecki
Sheer cliffs in limestone karst landscape, Enshi Grand Canyon National Park, China
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00555205 Sheer cliffs in limestone karst landscape, Enshi Grand Canyon National Park, China© Chris Stenger/ Buiten-beeld
Corsican Pine (Pinus laricio) trees on rock formations, Aiguilles de Bavella, Corsica, France
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00595397 Corsican Pine (Pinus laricio) trees on rock formations, Aiguilles de Bavella, Corsica, France© Michel Rauch/ Biosphoto
Mountain Pine (Pinus uncinata) in limestone lapies, Parmelan, Haute-Savoie, France
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00595365 Mountain Pine (Pinus uncinata) in limestone lapies, Parmelan, Haute-Savoie, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle/ Biosphoto
Limestone pavement, natural rock formations, Ingleborough, England  -  Martin Withers/ FLPA
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00431510 Limestone pavement, natural rock formations, Ingleborough, England© Martin Withers/ FLPA
Karst mountains and rainforest, Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand
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00578284 Karst mountains and rainforest, Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand© Sean Crane
Karst mountains and rainforest, Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand
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00578283 Karst mountains and rainforest, Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand© Sean Crane
Karst mountains and rainforest, Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand
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00578281 Karst mountains and rainforest, Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand© Sean Crane
White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) mother with young on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China  -  Thomas Marent
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00522108 White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) mother with young on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China© Thomas Marent
White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) mother with young on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China  -  Thomas Marent
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00522107 White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) mother with young on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China© Thomas Marent
White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China  -  Thomas Marent
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00522106 White-headed Black Leaf Langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus leucocephalus) on limestone karst cliff, Guangxi, China© Thomas Marent
Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo) group used by fisherman for catching fish, Yangshuo, Guangxi, China  -  Klein and Hubert
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00488544 Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo) group used by fisherman for catching fish, Yangshuo, Guangxi, China© Klein and Hubert
Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo) used by fisherman for catching fish, Yangshuo, Guangxi, China  -  Klein and Hubert
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00488542 Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo) used by fisherman for catching fish, Yangshuo, Guangxi, China© Klein and Hubert
Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00476891 Sago Cycad (Cycas revoluta) on karst rock formations, Hedo, Okinawa, Japan© Piotr Naskrecki
Limestone islands that were coral reef habitat, Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia  -  Norbert Wu
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00136216 Limestone islands that were coral reef habitat, Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia© Norbert Wu
Limestone cliffs in karst landscape, Enshi Grand Canyon National Park, China
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00555204 Limestone cliffs in karst landscape, Enshi Grand Canyon National Park, China© Chris Stenger/ Buiten-beeld
Group of tourists with colourful kayaks entering a small beach surrounded by jagged karst formation of Prasat Hin Phanyod. An ecotourism destination managed by local community in Mu Koh Phetra Nationa...
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90853955 Group of tourists with colourful kayaks entering a small beach surrounded by jagged karst formation of Prasat Hin Phanyod. An ecotourism destination managed by local community in Mu Koh Phetra Nationa...©
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780335 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780334 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780333 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780332 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Road towards Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, W...
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90780331 Road towards Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, W...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780168 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780167 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Water reflections in the Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site,...
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90780166 Water reflections in the Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site,...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780159 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780158 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780154 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780153 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780152 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
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90780151 Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...© Jurgen Freund
Bungle Bungle Range, at nigh with milky way. Beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, K...
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90780150 Bungle Bungle Range, at nigh with milky way. Beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, K...© Jurgen Freund
Wide angle view of canyon in Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Si...
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90780149 Wide angle view of canyon in Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Si...© Jurgen Freund
Dark bands, formed by cyanobacteria on beehive shaped  karst sandstone  formation.  Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Australia. June 2016.
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90780148 Dark bands, formed by cyanobacteria on beehive shaped karst sandstone formation. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Australia. June 2016.© Jurgen Freund
'The Man's Face', a geological formation of eroded limestone and dolomite, Ciudad Encantada, Serrana de Cuenca Natural Park, Cuenca, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, October 2016.
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90774092 'The Man's Face', a geological formation of eroded limestone and dolomite, Ciudad Encantada, Serrana de Cuenca Natural Park, Cuenca, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, October 2016.© JUAN CARLOS MUOZ ROBREDO
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