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Description Zdjęcie przedstawia Jelenia wschodniego, sika (Cervus nippon)
  • English: Sika Deer (Cervus nipal) in Kadzidłowo, Poland.
  • Türkçe: Alageyik (Dama dama); Polonya.
Date 24 August 2007
Source Own work
Author Lilly M


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