4. Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand
The spherical boulders that dot the beaches of New Zealand were once underwater, and, after 4-5.5 million years and as many as 165 feet of mud later, exposed to the elements. Maori legend points to the boulders as the remains of fruits and vegetables that washed ashore after a canoe wreck.
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