According to Madagascar National Parks, the chalky ridge itself formed 160 million years ago, being lifted up by tectonic movement as Madagascar seperated from the mainland and became an island. Then, over hundreds of years, rain, wind and streams formed the current unique shapes of the tsingy. Pottery and other artifacts from the first inhabitants of the island are found among the sharp limestone ridges.
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