Chalk cliffs, Eastbourne, UK

Chalk cliffs, Eastbourne, UK

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Caption: Cliffs at Eastbourne, part of the White Cliffs in England. The chalk cliffs of southern England are composed largely of calcium carbonate, laid down 65 to 100 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period by microscopic single-celled algae.

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Keywords: beachy head, calcium carbonate, chalk, chalk cliff, cliff, coast, coastal, coastline, coastlines, coccolith, coccolithophores, cretaceous, eastbourne, england, landscape, scenic, sea cliff, sussex, white cliffs

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