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The Twelve Apostles

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on 18 December 2013

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Transcript of The Twelve Apostles

The Twelve Apostles
Introduction
The Twelve Apostles are 12 lime stones that were formed approximately 60-70 million years ago. But right now, there are only 8 left. It is located in the Port Campbell National Park, Great Ocean Road/Booringa Road,Princetown, Victoria. Also, they are named after The Twelve Apostles.
The Twelve Apostles are one of the most popular limestones in Australia. They are 46 metres tall. Geologist believe that in the future, more limestones will form. They are also one of the most famous landmark in the world.
The Twelve Apostles look like 12 tall rocks standing up. But now there are only 8 left. They are made of limestone, calcarenite, mudstone and sandstone.
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What do they look like?
Erosion is when a natural landform gets created. They can also be created by waves crashing on the coast. Lastly, people make the shape by stepping on the rock. Humans could prevent erosion by not walking on rocks.
Erosion
The Great Ocean Road
limestone
calcarenite
mudstone
sandstone
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