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Rock formation shaped fungus, fungus called Balandra. According to studies, this shape is result of erosion along thousands of years of water and wind, as high tide covers base, where they break formation olas.

Balandra

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Rock formation shaped fungus, fungus called Balandra. According to studies, this shape is result of erosion along thousands of years of water and wind, as high tide covers base, where they break formation olas.
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