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The drip stones are found in
wave eroded areas
Limestone caves, which are formed primarily by rainwater and snowmelt, are by far the most numerous of all cave types. ... Rainwater and snowmelt seeping into the ground absorb large amounts of carbon dioxide, which is a product of decaying organic matter. The water and carbon dioxide together form carbonic acid.
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