The Somerset coastline is currently experiencing its lowest tides in 200 years. The extremely low tides, the result of a super moon, have exposed marine life that is rarely seen, and revealed remains of ancient forests that were submerged thousands of years ago.
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Categories & Keywords
Category:Animals
Subcategory:Wildlife
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Keywords:Minehead, Somerset Wildlife Trust, Somerset's lowest tide, beach, sea