Dody S Mawardi

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Penanggungan
Mount Penanggungan is a small stratovolcano, located immediately on the north side of Arjuno-Welirang volcanic complex in East Java province, Java island, Indonesia. Several Hindu-Buddhist sanctuaries, sacred places and monuments are located on the mountain dating from AD 977–1511. Lava flows and pyroclastic deposits are found around the volcano.
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Perhaps it is not so special. It is one of the sights in a small village, near me settled. I hope that was clear, but it turns out it emerged that the cloud is a set of very beautiful. I'm lucky, because when it had just finished raining. And this is the sunrise at Pringwulung village.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marmoset

The marmosets /ˈmɑrmɵsɛt/ are 22 New World monkey species of the genera Callithrix, Cebuella, Callibella, and Mico. All four genera are part of the biological family Callitrichidae. The term marmoset is also used in reference to the Goeldi's marmoset, Callimico goeldii, which is closely related.

Most marmosets are about 20 centimetres (8 in) long. Relative to other monkeys, they show some apparently primitive features: they have claws rather than nails, and tactile hairs on their wrists. They lack wisdom teeth, and their brain layout seems to be relatively primitive. Their body temperature is unusually variable, changing by up to 4 °C (7 °F) in a day.[3] Marmosets are native to South America and have been found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Peru.[4] They have also been spotted in Central America and Mexico.[5] They are also raised in captivity as pets.

According to recent research, marmosets exhibit germline chimerism, which is not known to occur in nature in any primates other than callitrichids.[6] Ninety-five percent of marmoset fraternal twins trade blood through chorionic fusions, making them hematopoietic chimeras.[7][8]
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