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Diana Tiffen
Diana Tiffen • 2 years ago

how does this happen - Mojave desert?

  • Merci
    Merci • 1 year ago

    When it rains the dry river/lake beds turn into slippery clay. Flashfloods can move the rocks, but people also drive around in their trucks and dune buggies leaving tracks and moving rocks around. Imagine skipping a rock on water, same idea but it dries like this.

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