Thursday, 3 June 2010

SXR103 and badgers

Anyone who has taken the OU course "SXR103: Practising science" at the University of Sussex will have been to Beachy Head and looked at the magnificent chalk cliffs. They will also know that these cliffs were built by badgers many years ago - details here. Now I find that badgers built the shingle banks at Dungeness albeit by extension, i.e. when they built Beachey Head that led to the creation of Dungeness. This poster is at the RSPB Nature Reserve at Dungeness and it's a bit blurred because I was so excited to read this!

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