White shells (inset photo) stand out in this outcrop of mudstone near Castlecliff at the mouth of the Whanganui River. Fossils are often found in riverbeds and along the coast. Water and waves are constantly eroding rocks, exposing fresh outcrops in these environments.
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Photograph by Margaret Elliot
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