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Galapagos Islands: Erosion forces top of famous Darwin’s Arch to crash into the sea ...
By Jessica den Outer - May 20, 2021
A big surprise on Monday! The rock formation fell in the sea and is is most likely due to exogenous [external] processes such as weathering and erosion.
By Earth Today - May 20, 2021

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