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Dinosaur sand sculptures at the Sand Sculpting Australia "Dinostory" exhibit held at Frankston, Victoria, Australia 2008/2009.

The sculpture was the created with the combined efforts of an international team of sand sculpting artists:

  • Jino van Bruissenen and Christina Mija (NSW, Australia) - background panel.
Date 21 January 2009
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Author jjron
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