Colossal orbs of rosy granite serve as props for visitors' snapshots in Australia's Northern Territory.
Known as the Devils Marbles, these naturally rounded boulders formed over a billion years ago when
cooling magma in the Earth's crust forced up mounds of sandstone-covered granite.
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