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Norfolk wildlife reserve 'catches' falling star on film

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A magical meteor shower has been caught on camera at a nature reserve in Norfolk.

The views of the Perseid meteor shower above the Norfolk coast have taken a starring role in a new film celebrating the role of Cley Marshes in the history of nature conservation.

The 25-minute film, created by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT), features special time-lapse photography.

The shower takes place every year when Earth moves into the path of debris from comets - the display lasted for a week in August.