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Australia Pinnacles Desert

These peculiar Limestone formations can be found in Western Australia two-hundred and forty-five kilometres north of Perth. The area is part of the Nambung National Park

The raw material for the pinnacles came from sea shells which millions of years ago became lime-rich sands which by the wind were carried inland.

Read more about how the pinnacles were formed at Nambung National Park is created by Hans Nyberg.
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