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The Jurassic Coast is England's only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Jurassic Coast Trust Oct 18
Replying to @jurassic_coast
Pleased to advise we are back up and running again. Thanks for your patience.
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Jurassic Coast Trust Oct 18
Replying to @PalaeoKieran
All back up and running now Kieran 😊
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Jurassic Coast Trust Oct 18
Hello followers. We are aware that our web server appears to be down at the moment. We are trying to get this resolved as quickly as possible. Unfortunately emails cannot be delivered. Please DM if your query is urgent. Thanks JCT team.
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The Jurassic Coast Collection Project Oct 13
Time to vote for Rhynchosaurs! Rhynchosaurs were herbivorous reptiles that crunched on plants growing along the riverbank. Scientists believe rhynchosaurs were social animals that roamed in small herds. To vote follow this link: Artwork by
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The Jurassic Coast Collection Project Oct 8
After Dimorphodon's victory for Big Five terrestrial carnivore, it's time to announce the next category ... Terrestrial herbivores! First up is the Scelidosaur .. the Jurassic Coast's very own dinosaur! To vote follow this link: Artwork by
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Seaton Jurassic Oct 8
Vote for your favourite Land Herbivore in the next round of the 'Big Five' campaign! Our favourite is the Rhynchosaur, whose replica we borrowed from to have at our centre! Vote here
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The Jurassic Coast Collection Project Sep 30
Check out this Temnospondyl for the Big Five! These were bizarre Triassic amphibians that resembled a giant toad. Temnospondyls would hunt fish or ambush unfortunate grazers at the riverbank. To vote follow this link: Artwork by
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The Jurassic Coast Collection Project Sep 28
Our next terrestrial predator is Cynodonts! Cynodonts sheltered, foraged, and lived in the shadow of giant dinosaurs and are the ancestors of modern mammals. For your chance to vote follow this link: Artwork by
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The Jurassic Coast Collection Project Sep 24
Check out this Duriavenator! A fearsome theropod dinosaur that once roamed the Jurassic Coast in search of other dinosaurs to eat! For your chance to vote follow this link: Artwork by
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Jurassic Coast Trust Sep 23
Our website had a record 71,000 visitors in August. Huge thank you to our Business Partners, whose support helps us provide the latest info on visiting the coast responsibly. See the article for a breakdown of our top pages:
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The Jurassic Coast Collection Project Sep 22
After a little break, we are up and running with the next category - land predators! Dimorphodon were primitive, brutal flying reptiles with a short snout and rows of sharp teeth. For your chance to vote follow this link: Artwork by Mark Witton
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Jurassic Coast Trust Sep 18
To celebrate the release of Camp Cretaceous today on , our brilliant Ambassador Kieran has written a series of blogs comparing the show's dinosaurs to the ones we find here on the Jurassic Coast. Check it out:
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Bridport & Lyme News Sep 13
Jurassic Coast Trust wants to know your favourite fossils
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Seaton Jurassic Sep 16
And the winner is....the ichthyosaur! Join the next category of the Jurassic Coast Trust's 'Big Five' campaign and vote for your favourite Terrestrial (Land) Predator! Find out more at Ichthyosaur Artwork- Darrell Wakelam
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Jurassic Coast Trust Sep 15
The Jurassic Coast Partnership Plan, the guiding document for the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, has been launched. The document sets out a shared vision for the Site, guiding partners and stakeholders in how to look after it. See more here:
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Jurassic Coast Trust Sep 11
Replying to @mtompson3D @MarkWitton
Very cool!
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Jurassic Coast Trust Sep 11
Replying to @MarkWitton
They finished third with 19% of the vote, behind ichthyosaur (37%) and plesiosaur (27%). Somewhat of a surprise!
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Jurassic Coast Trust Sep 11
Congratulations to the incredible for winning our first category with 37% of the vote! Next up, we want to know your favourite terrestrial (land) predator. See the candidates and cast your vote here: Artwork:
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Bridport Museum Sep 9
We're loving the competitive edge of the Big 5! Vote for plesiosaurs! Like the plesiosaur's bottom we've got in our Museum! Do it now!
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Jurassic Coast Trust Sep 8
It's your last chance to vote for your favourite Marine Predator in our campaign! Check out our latest blog, all about one of nature's great survivors across the aeons, crocodiles: Results announced shortly!
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