Q.

Mushroom Rocks are the typical land forms seen in –

A. River Valleys
B. Mountain tops
C. Coastal areas
D. Deserts
Answer» D. Deserts
Explanation: A mushroom rock, also called rock pedestal or a pedestal rock, is a naturally occurring rock whose shape, as its name implies, strikingly resembles a mushroom. Usually found in desert areas, these rocks are formed over thousands of years when wind erosion of an isolated rocky outcrop progresses at a different rate at its bottom to that at its top.
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