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Painted Hills I AL5149

The clay and iron-oxide formations of Anna Creek Painted Hills west of Lake Eyre in South Australia are estimated to cover an expanse of 20km wide and 10km long. The Painted Hills are the leftover effects of about 50 million years of climate change - the climate has gone from glacial to wet and semi-tropical over millions of years.
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THE ART OF LAND
The clay and iron-oxide formations of Anna Creek Painted Hills west of Lake Eyre in South Australia are estimated to cover an expanse of 20km wide and 10km long. The Painted Hills are the leftover effects of about 50 million years of climate change - the climate has gone from glacial to wet and semi-tropical over millions of years.