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coochiesaurus

That's where all the Austrian momster come

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tcernobil

Why so dramatic?

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storyhowler

Can people go inside it?

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nnumse

Uluru is also known as Ayers rock. It is at least 34 bananas big.

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jusanthrfkhead

So when go boom? Boom boom go? Or no boom?

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diablos1981wtf

I live near here. I have never bothered to go visit it, maybe I should now.

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jelmsm

Millions of years.... Poor soul

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aventium

That’s the thing, having such a large area makes it almost seems like just a small mountain range. The lire of Uluru is the stark relief of a giant rock jutting out of the ground, flat all around.

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lord_popo

South Australia has a lot of geological wonders. I live 10 mins from Hallet Cove and we have this... What you're looking at is millions of years worth of sediment from a prehistoric lake bed. Some say that each centimetre of this feature is a thousand year's worth of sediment

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giant_flap

St Mary's peak is the highest point in the area

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