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- A tea table is a rock formation.
- That is a remnant of newer strata.
- That have eroded away.
- A tea table is a type of rock column comprising discrete layers.
- Usually of sedimentary rock.
- The top layers being wider than the base.
- Resistance to erosion & weathering.
- These beyond bluffs /cliffs at the end of a ridge.
E.g.Shawnee National Forest's