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The Rocking Stone

Nothing exposed to wind for a long period remains the same. The wind carries particles of sand, and rocks exposed to wind are continually struck by these sand particles. As a result the rock starts wearing away. In the low hills known as the Sierra de Tandil to the south of Buenos Aires in Argentina, the wind has worn away the base of a rock at the top of a hill to create a wondrous example of what are called rocking rocks.
This rock though it weighs over seven hundred tonnes, is so perfectly balanced that it can be rocked by pushing it with one hand!

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