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Looking back on Reflection Cave, you can see the point where the darker, more jagged Lower Coralline Limestone changes to layers of smoother, sand-colored Globigerina Limestone. Its almost creamy-looking consistency comes from the fact that it’s mostly made up of the remains of planktons called “Globigerina forminifera,” a kind of microscopic crustacean.

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