Crevice

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A crevice is a fracture or fissure in rock.

Crevice may also refer to:

  • Crevice corrosion, occurs in spaces to which the access of corrosion-resistant fluid is limited
  • Crevice kelpfish (Gibbonsia montereyensis), a species of subtropical clinid
  • Crevice Spiny Lizard (Sceloporus poinsettii), a small, typically shy, phrynosomadtid lizard
  • Crevice weaver (family Filistatidae), a haplogyne spider that weaves funnel or tube webs

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