The Jurassic Coast is a 153 kilometres (95 mi) long shoreline along southern England. In 2001, the Jurassic Coast was designated natural World Heritage Site. According to Unesco, it is "an outstanding example, representing a major stage of earth's history and the record of life". The site contains a number of unique geological features including the natural arch at Durdle Door or the Lulworth Cove. The Jurassic Coast is considered to be the only place in the world displaying unbroken evidence of 185 million years of evolution.

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