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Updated: 12/3/2019
Science
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  • You can see that the statues haven't been touched by erosion.
  • Now you see that the acid rain has hit them so many times, its broken down.
  • The longer and longer the statues sit here, the more it is going to fade away.
  • When acid rain does not hit a object, it is less accurate to start getting less dense.
  • The rocks has been piling to form not just a rock statue.
  • ( A Lot of years later) The acid rain has fractured the rock of the statues.
  • The acid rain builds up and builds up until there is no statue at all.
  • The rocks proceed to pile and pile until they don't become rock statue, it will form a pile of rocks.
  • That happens because the acid rain breaks down the statue and falls apart. Acid rain creates by a chemical reaction when compounds like sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are released into the air.
  • After a long time, the statue is just a pile of rocks. The rock statue has been hit so many times by acid rain, that it doesn't even look like it was ever a rock statue.
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