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Ninth of Australia's 12 Apostles Crumbles

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This rock formation near Port Campbell was called the Sow and Piglets until 1922 when its name was changed to The Twelve Apostles. But interestingly, there were only nine main rocks in the formation and further reduced to eight now. The 45-metre structure collapsed into the Southern Ocean at 9.18am (AEST) 03 July 2005.
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