Erosion. Large rocks and hardened lava flows get worn down by plants, and the passage of wind, water, and other abrasives. This results in rubble, gravel, and other small rocks, split off from larger masses by the forces of nature.
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Most small rocks are juts pieces of large rock. In most cases, smaller rocks come to be when large rocks get worn down by rain, wind, erosion, etc. There are also some types of rocks that are easily broken, which will automatically become small rocks.
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