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The perfectly round boulders at Moeraki are 60 million years old, and nobody knows for sure how they were formed. Sitting on the beach like giant bowling balls, the boulders give the fishing town of Moeraki a point of difference that attracts thousands of visitors to the north Otago coast each year.
SOURCE: Sonya Cullimore, courtesy of New Zealand Tourism, used with permission
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