Coral, shell and sedimentary rock are grained into pebble-like. Together, they stay and decorate the shore. Tung Ping Chau, Hong Kong. Apr 06
Hong Kong used to be entirely made up of sedimentary rock until the Mesozoic era. An erupted super-volcano covered Hong Kong in a layer of lava, which later became igneous rock. Tung Ping Chau, being so far away from the volcano, was untouched by the lava, and is the only island in Hong Kong which is still made up of completely sedimentary rock. Source from Wikipedia.
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