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Esamina la foto e traduci le didascalie dallinglese. Quale Titolo dai? Quale Voto (da 1 a 10)? SFIDE 2 fotografie sostenibili Image of a grain of salt and a peppercorn. Is winner in this year's Visions of Science Photographic Awards. (©David McCarthy) Titolo 1-10
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