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National Geographic photographs capture the 1978 Robyn Davidson's "Track." One of the shot showed Davidson and two of her four camel entourage inside Ulufu:
Robyn with her camels at Uluru, more famously known as Ayers Rock. Standing at 1100ft high and five miles in circumference, it is the world's largest single rock and has a history that goes back to the beginning of time. A sacred site to the Pitjantjara and Loritja tribes for over 10,000 years, Uluru today attracts many Australians who regard a trip to the Rock as a pilgrimage
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and shown swimming naked in a waterhole inside Uluru in National Geographic Video "Alone Across the Outback," at about 7 minute mark:
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