How were the palisades shaped?



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    The Palisades sill is 200 million-year-old rock that is up to 900 feet thick. It makes the impressive cliffs seen on the western bank of the Hudson in New Jersey. This rock is the remains of an ancient flood basalt that have since been shaped by glacial ice and water erosion.

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