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Limestone pinnacles. These pinnacles formed from the erosion of limestone beds that had been karstified (partially dissolved by water). Once they had been exposed, the wind sandblasted the rock into its present shape. The pinnacles are in Nambung National Park, Cervantes, Australia.
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