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Dr Colin Dawes takes groups out on fossil finding trips as the walk proceeds on the pebbled beach, dawes repeatedly reminds us not to wander too close to the cliff 's edge because of erosion and the danger of falling rocks. "The other day I was cursed at for warning a family whose kid was right under the cliffs. after that I decided to give up. do you know what the word is for such behavior? `natural selection,'" dawes says, with distinctively english dry humour. The high point of the trip comes when we arrive on a rock plateau in the end of the Mammoth beach. The "ammonite pavement" is completely covered in ammonites and can only be seen at low tide. The ammonites here are among the oldest in the UK and many of them are more than 60 centimetres wide. "and never mind the rain, even though it rains a lot in the UK," says dawes. "In the wet weather the fossils stand out better, there are more cliff falls and bigger high tides. all of these conditions mean a better chance of finding something unique." Finnair FLies nonstop several times daily to Manchester and London. where to eat the harBour inn The most popular gastropub in town +44 (0) 8721 077 077 where to stay hook Farm caravan & camping park Great location, beautiful walk into town www.hookfarm-uplyme. co.uk hiX oyster & Fish house A favourite with the locals www.hixoysteraNDfishhouse.co.uk oLd Lyme guest house Refurbished 18th-century guesthouse in the old town www.olDlymeguesthouse.co.uk Lyme's regis Fish Bar Possibly the best fish and chips in town www.lymesfishbar. co.uk the thatch B&B Octagonal thatched cottage with sea views www.thatchatlymeregis.co.uk september 2011 blue wings 35 eng

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