Gallery: The World's Weirdest Balancing Rocks

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Balancing rock

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This balancing rock formation is one of the Brimham rocks, located on Brimham Moor in North Yorkshire, England. Made of millstone grit, it was carved over…Read More »

time through water and wind erosion. The bottom layer eroded fastest.   Less «
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