The Devil's Slide, Utah, USA

The Devil's Slide, Utah, USA

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Credit: JAMES STEINBERG/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: The Devil's Slide in Utah. This sedimentary formation was formed by differential erosion. Two parallel limestone ridges, tilted into almost vertical position, had previously been surrounded by softer neighbors.

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