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99 Years Later… We Solved It

How do these rocks move on their own in the desert?

  • The mysterious stones baffled scientists for years as they seemingly moved on their own with no obvious explanation. Sailing stones, also known as sliding rocks, baffled geologists because they move across the desert and leave long tracks without human or animal intervention, The Sun reports.
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99 Years Later… We Solved It

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