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Strandbeest in Exmouth
England

Theo Jansen's extraordinary Strandbeest visited the South West of England during the summer of 2010. As well as its visits to Exeter city centre, it also spent some time on Exmouth beach, attracting large audiences as it trundled its way along the sand.

Copyright: Tom Hurley
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