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Anse Boileau, Seychelles: Ros Koson (Pig Rock)  This marvellous pig rock might just be a geological phenomenon, according to scientists.  Aptly named because it certainly resembles a crouching snarling pig in profile. One can distinctively make out the sunken eyes, the cartilaginous snout over the mouth baring the teeth in a rage.  Of course with so much granite around, it is neither uncommon nor unusual to come across boulders or shapes of some recognisable representation.
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Ros Koson (Pig Rock) This marvellous pig rock might just be a geological phenomenon, according to scientists. Aptly named because it certainly resembles a crouching snarling pig in profile. One can distinctively make out the sunken eyes, the cartilaginous snout over the mouth baring the teeth in a rage. Of course with so much granite around, it is neither uncommon nor unusual to come across boulders or shapes of some recognisable representation. (Mervin V, Jan 2019)
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Ros Koson (Pig Rock)  This marvellous pig rock might just be a geological phenomenon, according to scientists.  Aptly named because it certainly resembles a crouching snarling pig in profile. One can distinctively make out the sunken eyes, the cartilaginous snout over the mouth baring the teeth in a rage.  Of course with so much granite around, it is neither uncommon nor unusual to come across boulders or shapes of some recognisable representation.
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