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In this March 6, 2017 photo, Peter Kelemen, 61, Oman Drilling Project lead, walks down a valley through a rare exposure of the Earth's mantle, in the al-Hajjar Mountains of Oman. Deep in the jagged red mountains, geologists are drilling in search of the holy grail of reversing climate change: an efficient and cheap way to remove carbon dioxide from the air and oceans. They are coring samples from one of the world's only exposed sections of the Earth’s mantle to uncover how a spontaneous natural process millions of years ago transformed CO2 into limestone and marble. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)

Drill for carbon samples in Oman's al-Hajjar mountains in a full 360 degrees

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TO SEE DRILLING IN AL-HAJJAR MOUNTAINS IN 360 CLICK HERE

In Oman's al-Hajjar mountain range you can see a rare example of the Earth's exposed mantle and it allows scientists the unique opportunity to see how the carbon emissions are impacting our climate.

The al-Hajjar mountain range is the highest in the eastern Arabian Peninsula.

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