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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // Ain Dhab is largely a river cave with some higher fossil galleries at the far end of the streamway. Extremely slow moving water made it more challenging for the scientists to carry out verlocity experiments. We're following the work of a group of researches from the Tunisian Geological Survey and European Research Institutions (UK, Germany, Austria and SISKA in Switzerland) who are looking at changes in rainfall patterns through time. Several of their field sites lie inside Djebel Serdj, which hosts some of the largest caves in Tunisia.

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // Ain Dhab is largely a river cave with some higher fossil galleries at the far end of the streamway. Extremely slow moving water made it more challenging for the scientists to carry out verlocity experiments. We're following the work of a group of researches from the Tunisian Geological Survey and European Research Institutions (UK, Germany, Austria and SISKA in Switzerland) who are looking at changes in rainfall patterns through time. Several of their field sites lie inside Djebel Serdj, which hosts some of the largest caves in Tunisia.

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@gese_daeli

@mozeselia paham kalo yg ini

@mozeselia

gini fotonya mksud gw @gese_daeli

@lavenomar6

Best photo 👌🏻👌🏻

@kjtsitko

What an epic light. Just wow!

@kari_karina._

amazing ..💚😍

@trapenellen

Beautiful

@thomas.mccord

Awesome photo.

@michaeljohn101

a torch is necessay

@sildemaravelinoda

Muito bonita a caverna

@judithferaga

Absolutely beautiful

@malloriewood

Such an epic shot!! 😍

@gta_116

Like eye of dragon

@anakizayse

È saç kaynak uzmanı kuaför bu hesapta @gurkanbayrak @gurkanbayrak @gurkanbayrak 21c86

@manikrit

It’s looking alike an eye

@blancabettycg

Bella es la Naturaleza 😍

@ria_rri

amazing 🙌🏼🙌🏼

@mahshid.mirhaji

هرکی فالو کنه بک میدم

@eventyr

Looks amazing👌🏼

@tim_lin_717

Good view

@mv251274

Awesome beauty👍👍❤️

@nils.greb

Fantastic

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