Red Tsingy | Tsingy Rouge waves
Wave pattern found as part of the Red Tsingy spikes. Contrary to Madagascar's limestone tsingy, these spikes are short-lived, and did not exist 50 years ago. They are a result of deforestation, after which erosion by water and wind shaped the underlying rock, which is not limestone, it is laterite (a type of clay).
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