Prehistoric forest arises in Cardigan Bay after storms strip away sand

Prehistoric forest arises in Cardigan Bay after storms strip away sand

Prehistoric forest arises in Cardigan Bay after storms strip away sand
Skeletal trees of Borth forest, last alive 4,500 years ago and linked to lost kingdom of Cantre’r Gwaelod, appear at shoreline

 

I loved this story in The Guardian today – it is a good reminder that no matter what we humans think of ourselves, we cannot control the weather and that there is and will always be something much greater than us out there. It is also a reminder that the earth, trees, plants will be here in some way, shape or form long after we have gone. It is a timely reality check.

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