"Stonebarrow, Black Ven, Ware Cliffs"
Scelidosaurus skeleton
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeScelidosaurus skeleton - Credit: Ballista

Stonebarrow, Black Ven and Ware Cliffs are cliffs in the coastal area around Lyme Regis.  They are renowned for the rich store of fossils found in them, including the first fossilised Scelidosaurus skeleton (shown to the left), discovered in Black Ven by James Harrison in 1858. In 2001 a large part of the coast was declared the Jurassic Coast UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Black Ven
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeBlack Ven - Credit: Nigel Chadwick