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Sedimentary rock. This rock was formed by the compression of fine particles of sediment. It has been eroded by the action of rainwater. The rainwater also deposits dissolved iron, for example from the soil above, giving the rock its red colour. Photographed in the Canyonlands of Northern Territory, Australia.
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