Ancient 10,000-year-old trees revealed by island storms
5 March 2014 Last updated at 11:39 GMT
The remains of 10,000-year-old trees have been uncovered on a beach in the north of the Isle of Man after recent storms battered the Manx coastline.
Experts said a "chaotic" collection of trunks, branches and pine cones had been discovered in the cliffs at Cranstal, just north of Bride Village.
The pine woodland had been covered by about 16ft (5m) of sand and clay.
Andrew Johnson, Manx National Heritage archaeologist, says the find "opens a window on an ancient landscape".