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Parade of Elephants
The formation containing Double Arch is part of a larger group called the Parade of Elephants.

The forces of nature have acted in concert to create the landscape of Arches, which contains the greatest density of natural arches in the world. Throughout the park, rock layers reveal millions of years of deposition, erosion and other geologic events. These layers continue to shape life in Arches today, as their erosion influences elemental features like soil chemistry and where water flows when it rains.

Source: National Park Service
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Photographer:H. V. Noble
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