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Rocky coastline. Limestone sea stack formations near a rocky coast. These form part of the Twelve Apostles formation in the Port Campbell National Park, Australia. The sea stacks are pillars of sedimentary rock that were once part of the adjoining coast. They were formed when parts of the coast were isolated by wave erosion.
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