27 Apr 2008

Welcome to Runswick Bay

to visitors from this Beagle Project blog post. Hope you enjoy your visit to this rather lovely North Yorkshire bay. Please have a peruse of the natural and pre-history I've managed to record so far. Above: the bay and Kettleness headland under a full moon. Kettleness is an old alum quarrying site which provided the Natural History Museum in London with one of its fine jurassic pliosaur specimens. We have a rare fish discovery, an unidentified jurassic fossil and a similarly unidentified pink blob hanging from a rock should anyone have a minute to spare. And make sure to go and visit my British Natural History blog-colleagues. Another pic of the place in its Sunday best:

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