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A sandbank is a landform consisting of a sand bar in water, which creates a shallow area which may pose a hazard to watercraft.
Sandbank is also the name of various specific places:
- Sandbank, Argyll and Bute, a village in Scotland
- Sandbanks, a spit in Poole harbour in the south of England
- Sandbanks Provincial Park, a provincial park in Ontario, Canada
- Sandbanks National Park, a national park in Queensland, Australia
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