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Lulworth, Dorset. Fossilised Forest.
England

This remarkable fossil forest is 135 million years old. The primitive trees resemble tree ferns that grew in the age of dinosaurs and forms a part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and is a place of Special Scientific Interest. Because the area is part of a military firing range, it is only accessible at certain times.

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Tags: england; summer; dorset; uk; nature; coast; forest; fossilt; dinosaur; world heritage; jurassic
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