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    Default Hole in the sea?

    50'05'17.56'N
    5'41'36.79'W

    Why are there holes in the sea and what looks like a tsunami behind?

    If viewed with 3x elevation exxageration and panned down it makes it clearer.

    (i did try to save it as .kmz but it didn't work)

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    Looks like normal tide action. Location is Whitesands Bay near Carn Towan
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    That's very similar to this. It's basically a terrain error. I don't know why it's there or why google hasn't fixed this yet, but you can find these terrain errors all along the English coastline.
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