I’ve never heard of “seal cliffs.” Do you perhaps mean sea-cliffs? Coastal cliffs are formed by a process of wave-abrasion and erosion. Waves wear away a “notch” into steep coastal slopes, until the roof of the notch collapses froming a flatt bluff. As this process continues, the cliff gets higher and higher. That wasn’t much of an explanation. To read a better one, click the link below.
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