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Steep rock in the water with a visible seabed in the Atlantic Ocean

445 views • 22 times solved • Dec 21, 2022

Steep rock in the water with a visible seabed in the Atlantic Ocean

Sea cliffs are formed as a result of coastal erosion, the main cause of which is the mechanical effect of waves on rocks. In addition to water, waves can break the shore with sand and fragments of previously destroyed rocks. The waves break on the coastline and erode the lower part of the rocks until a notch is formed, as a result of which large pieces of rocks fall into the water, making the erosion processes more intense.

Number of pieces Times solved The fastest time The slowest time The average time
24
54 15 10s 19m 6s 5m 49s
96 4 10m 52s 1h 54s 28m 10s
150 1 2h 18m 59s 2h 18m 59s 2h 18m 59s
216 1 26m 56s 26m 56s 26m 56s
294
384
486 1 2h 7m 13s 2h 7m 13s 2h 7m 13s

Published: Dec 21, 2022
Updated: Jan 18, 2023

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Helena😊
It is my pleasure to see such beauty!😊
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22 Dec