Massive Rockfall Along Britain’s Jurassic Coast Could Be a Boon to Fossil Hunters

An estimated 4,000 tons of debris—including rocks the size of cars—has collapsed onto a beach along Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. Because this part of Britain is packed with fossils, the rockfall is likely to attract amateur and professional collectors, but local officials are asking the public to steer clear of the beach.

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