Below the New Sea Wall LR 20

Sand ripples with holes made by piddocks in the underlying rocks

Below the New Sea Wall LR 20 – Sand ripples with holes made by bivalve molluscs called piddocks living in the underlying rocks. The sand has been washed away by the water squirted from the siphons of the piddocks. Photographed on the shore below the new sea wall at Church Cliffs, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England.

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