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  • Andrea Cubells

    ammonite pavement in Lyme Regis, Dorset, Great Britain - a World Heritage site. I think that the idea of fossils are really good and interesting to relate the evolution and nature on the Earth, as well as the idea of keeping with us old and magnificent creatures that used to live on our Earth millions of years and years ago before we arrived to it.

  • Shanne Skratch

    Ammonite Pavement In Lyme Regis, Dorset, Great Britain – A World Heritage Site A mile along Monmouth Beach to the west, hunt out the extraordinary ammonite pavement – hundreds of fossilised, swirling, sea creatures exposed in layers of rock. The beach is accessible at all stages of the tide, the best displays are around low water.

  • Tina McKinstry

    ammonite pavement in Lyme Regis, Dorset, Great Britain. Interesting idea for a garden path for a steam punked Victorian.

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