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A coral rock that has undergone bioerosion. From NOAA

My impression is that this photo could be showing chemical (or biological?) dissolution of the limestone pedicle or rock that occurred when a thicker layer of sediment was present here. - Marshman 00:36, 3 February 2006 (UTC)

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