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Gunditjmara Country IV

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The Twelve Apostles are towering limestone formations carved by the Southern Ocean's relentless swell. They were once living creatures, but over millions of years, the skeletons of tiny marine animals broke down and aggregated to form limestone. Erosion has now reduced their number to eight.
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The Twelve Apostles are towering limestone formations carved by the Southern Ocean's relentless swell. They were once living creatures, but over millions of years, the skeletons of tiny marine animals broke down and aggregated to form limestone. Erosion has now reduced their number to eight.