Hopewell Rocks, Beautiful Example of Tidal Erosion



Hopewell Rocks are one of the most famous examples of tidal erosion. Those rocks are also called Flowerpot Rocks and they are located in The Rocks Provincial Park in New Brunswick, Canada.

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Those rocks are formed as a consequence of strong tidal forces for centuries. The most interesting part of those rocks, the base, is covered by the water twice per day but it is possible to see them in full shape during the low tide.

During the low tide, Hopewell Rocks look like they are from another world. Their almost impossible shape make them to look like they are actually made by humans. Some of them look like huge heads with very big noses.

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