At low tide along Borth Beach, the famous "fossil forest" is sometimes visible, depending on sand-movements. It's best to
look after a big storm has scoured the beach. About 6,500 years old, it records a time when sea-levels were lower and
the coastline was about a kilometre out to the west. The tree-stumps sit in a bed of peat and are rooted into the clay below.
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