Rocks 1-8 LRJCD – Rocks with holes made by natural erosion, and not resulting from any action by marine invertebrates such marine worms, sponges or bivalve molluscs. Probably classified as a type of honeycomb weathering and caused in part by exposure of sandstone type rocks to salt water and the elements. A sea wall at Lyme Regis, on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, 14 June 2008,

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