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  • Pebbles are small to medium-sized sediment particles that are larger than sand grains but smaller than boulders.
  • They typically have a diameter ranging from 4 to 64 millimeters.
  • Pebbles often have rounded or smooth shapes, resulting from the abrasive action of water, wind, or other forces.
  • They can consist of various rock types, including granite, limestone, and quartz, depending on the local geological context.
  • Pebbles are commonly found in riverbeds, beaches, and areas influenced by water erosion.
  • They can be used in construction, landscaping, and decorative purposes due to their aesthetic appearance and durability.