Description of a Beach?

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A description of a beach would include that it is a type of landform which is found near lakes, oceans, rivers, and seas. A beach is formed near the shoreline of a body of water. A beach is composed of small particles of gravel, pebbles, rocks, dirt, and sand. There are many beaches throughout the world and some are pristine in appearance while others are not. Some beaches have white sand, others a yellow sand, and some near lakes and rivers contain a darker colored sand.
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