This Man Moves A Titanic Rock That Weighs 137 Tons

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Huelgoat “Magical Forest” is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in northwestern France, and is filled with massive boulders and impressive geological sights, but easily the most interactive of them is the oblong boulder known as Trembling Rock, which anyone can go up to and push around.

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This rocking granite boulder is also known as Logan stones.It weighs 137 tonnes and is 7m in length.It is pivoted in such a way that it can be moved if you know the right place to push… the pivot point!

The rocks themselves were formed in the depths of the earth, liquid mass fused together then gravitating towards the earth’s crust.

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Erosion would gradually have brought them to the light of day, some rolling down the slopes until they gathered together in the chaos we see today.

VIAJean-Paul Rontain
SOURCEwikipedia
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