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Dust mask with valve
In Be'er Sheva the Mishash Formation from the Campanian, Cretaceous period is exposed. This formation consists of phosphate what is mined actively. The phosphate deposits contain various types of brown colored fossils.
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Be'er Sheva is located in the south of Israel in the Negev desert. The phosphate mines are located about 50 kilometers southeast of the city. Outside the mines, the Mishash is exposed because of the sparse vegetation.Drag the map and zoom in or out for the best view of this locality.
Various types of shark teeth.
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