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The erosional and depositional activities of the sea waves leads to the formation of beaches. As water flows, it carried sediments along with it to the shore. Over a period of time, layers of sediments get deposited one over the other along the shore and forms flat-like landforms called the sea beaches. These are often flat and receives the sea waves that bring another layer of sand with them.

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