Old Harry rocks

Old Harry rocks

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Credit: ADRIAN BICKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Old Harry rocks. These chalk sea stacks are the remnants of a former headland that has been eroded by wave action. Old Harry is the pinnacle at top right. The larger stack is known as Foreland. This part of the British coastline is a World Heritage Site. Photographed near Studland, Dorset, UK.

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