In pictures: Britain's 3D Geology
Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove, in Dorset, is an almost circular bay with a narrow opening to the sea.

Considered an outstanding example of marine erosion, it is said to be visited by more school children and students than any other locality in Britain.

Its rocks provide a record of about 80 million years of the Earth's natural history.

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