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28 October 2014
Seven Natural Wonders

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire - with Paul Hudson

Flamborough Head (Image: Cliffs are Flamborough)

Flamborough Head

Flamborough Head is one of the most spectacular areas of chalk cliffs in Britain, standing 400 feet high. The cliffs are home to a large colony of nesting sea birds.

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Spurn Point (image: Sand bar)

Spurn Point

Spurn Point is a coastal feature which is constantly evolving.

 Malham (image: Malham Cove)


Malham's limestone scenery features crags, cliffs and scars.

 Hornsea Mere (image: Coastal inlet)

Hornsea Mere

Hornsea Mere is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire.

Thorne and Hatfield Moors (image: Peat bog)

Thorne and Hatfield Moors

The Moors are Britain's largest peak bogs.

 The Wash (image: sunset)

The Wash

The Wash, the biggest bay in England, boasts important wetlands.

 The Three Peaks (image: hillside)

The Three Peaks

The Three Peaks boast spectacular mountain scenery in Yorkshire.

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