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Lyme Regis landslip

The debris from the landslip and rubbish from a landfill site it exposed has made the beach impassable

Lyme Regis landslip

Trees have been uprooted by the earth movement and either fallen to shore, or been left hanging precariously over the edge

Rubbish on Lyme Regis beach from landslip

Bottles, cylinders, fridges and other rubbish has been carried from the landfill site by the landslip onto the beach

Ammonites fossil (back) model of the ammonites creature (front)

Ammonites fossils (back) are very common in the landslip area, they were sea creatures related to the octopus and squid (model front)

Scelidosaurus skeleton

A Scelidosaurus skeleton was found in the Lyme Regis coastline, it is the most complete dinosaur skeleton found in Britain



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