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A hole from erosion formed in a large rock at the edge of the shoreline just north of Newport, Oregon. This rock has now been named Devils Hole and provides a great opportunity at low tide for people to walk inside the hole and view the wide variety of marine life that has attached to the wall. The hole completely fills with water at high tide and should never been accessed at any time except low tide.
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