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Human bones up to hundreds of years old revealed on cliffs

11 March 2014 Last updated at 20:56 GMT

Human bones have been uncovered in a cliff face in the Vale of Glamorgan following the winter storms.

Burials dating from the 14th and 16th centuries have been excavated by archaeologists at Cwm Nash near Wick since 1982.

But the latest discovery, caused by cliff erosion, has revealed two human leg bones.

Matt Murray reports.

Human bones uncovered on cliffs

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