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English: European wisent photographed in Białowieża, Poland
Беларуская: Белавескі зубр
Italiano: Bisonte europeo (Bison bonasus) fotografato a Belavezha (Biełavieža, Белавежа), Bielorussia occidentale.
Lietuvių: Girios simbolis - stumbras
Norsk bokmål: Visent - Białowieżaskogens "varemerke"
Polski: Żubr europejski
Українська: Зубр, сфотографований у Біловежі, Польща
Date 28 February 2005
Source from en.wikipedia
Author Henryk Kotowski, en:User:Kotoviski
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