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A new hypothesis has been put forward for the creation of the Great Sphinx in Egypt: what scientists managed to find out

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The Great Sphinx, taller than four double-decker buses and approximately 4,500 years old, has traditionally been thought created by cutting out of limestone rock.

This information was reported by T4, reports URA-Inform.  

However, new research indicates that natural processes such as wind abrasion in deserts (corrosion) like the Sahara can form complex structures called yardangs, which may resemble animals or humans.< /p>

These discoveries have sparked debate among experts because they do not claim that the Sphinx was created solely by nature, but indicate that natural processes may have contributed to its formation.

The study opens up a new perspective on how the inspiration for the creation of the Sphinx may have arisen, emphasizing the grandeur and mystery of nature, which can become a source of inspiration for human creations.

Recall that it was previously reported that a portal to a parallel dimension had been found: scientists reported an exciting discovery (photo ).

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