Distinguishing between the rocks

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Introduction: We have traveled south of Madaba down to the north of Al-Karak heading to Al-Mujib dam as our final stop. I will list all of the information we have learned about the area in sequential order starting from the knowledge we have gained through our walk along the sideway rocks down to the Al-Mujib dame.

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