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what proof is there that the sea can change formations?

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    Which formations?

    Please explain.

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    land formations.

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    As the sea level rises, it encroaches on land and soon the beach is submerged. Or when the sea level lowers, we have larger stretches of beaches.

    Sand bars are also proof that the sea can change land formations.

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    Will this answer also work:
    Depending on the wind powers or the waves and tides?

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    That doesn't show proof.

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