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Time Lapse Tuesday: White Cliffs of Dover

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Suzanne Leonard
Weather Broadcaster

Tuesday, June 24, 2014, 5:10 PM -

The skeletal remains of minute algae and sea creatures built up over millions of years and formed deep chalk layers – that’s the science behind one of the UK’s most recognizable sites. Visible from France on a clear day - immortalized in a famous Second World War song – the iconic white cliffs of Dover.

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