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White Nothe

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Rock coast
Location type: Rock coast
Location address: United Kingdom, Purbeck
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White Nothe (meaning “White Nose”) is a chalk headland on the English Channel coast at the eastern end of Ringstead Bay, east of Weymouth in Dorset, England. The area is well known for its geology and fossils. Its flanks are the result of prehistoric landslides and the inaccessible slopes of the undercliff provide a secluded wildlife habitat.

Linked themes: Geography, Geology

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