Low tide

November 9, 2009 at 17:14 | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

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Fossilised remains of the Common Supermarket Trolley (Carrus tescoides) exposed by the retreating tide on the mud of Walney Channel. These specimens have clearly been there for some time, judging by the marine life which has colonised the skeletons.

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  1. I seem to remember seeing the one on the left in Robot Wars on tele a few years ago. I think it was called Sir Gallahad.

  2. I would never have guessed what there where!

  3. Hmmm,Truly an fascinating specimen!


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