Mammoth Memory

Spit – A depositional landform formed when a finger of sediment extends from the shore out to sea, often at a river mouth. It usually has a curved end because of opposing winds and currents

She spit into the sea and it formed a land form. The wind caught the end of the spit so it curvved in.

She would spit into the sea and watch it form a landform. The wind caught the end of the spit so it curved in.

How they are really formed is as shown below:

Coastal landscapes Spit Diagram

 

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