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English: Coast redwood bark detail
Taken by Nathan May 14, 2004
|Date||14 May 2004 (original upload date)|
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|Author||Original uploader was Nathan Hamblen at en.wikipedia|
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|21:34, 23 April 2008||w:en:User:Multichill|
|01:27, 18 April 2008||w:en:User:Computer|
|18:06, 16 January 2008||w:en:User:BotMultichill|
|08:31, 7 May 2007||w:en:User:Cydebot|
|04:01, 4 June 2004||w:en:User:Template namespace initialisation script|
|17:32, 14 May 2004||w:en:User:Nathan Hamblen|
|17:24, 14 May 2004||w:en:User:Nathan Hamblen||(Coast redwood bark detail)|
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