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Storm reveals ancient forest on Welsh coast

23 January 2014 Last updated at 12:43 GMT

Recent storms have forced a stretch of the Welsh coastline back to reveal artefacts dating back up to 6,000 years.

The four mile section has receded 50 feet, exposing everything from deer antlers to items thought to be from World War II.

Richard Lister reports from Tywyn, and takes a closer look at remnants of a stone age forest.

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