Pancake Rocks - New Zealand
These heavily eroded limestone rocks sit on the west coast of the south island at Punakaiki and were formed some 30 million years ago from dead marine creatures and fragments of plants on the seabed. Water pressure caused the fragments to solidify in layers, and constant seismic activity lifted the stone above the seabed. Wind, rain and salt water then sculpted the rocks to what we see today.
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