Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Wed, 2009-11-25
To the North, boulders and sandy silt support a rich variety of life, fairly level and shallow for a while then sloping rapidly into deep water.
To the west, the muddy sea bed slopes down to over fifty metres providing an opportunity for a deep shore dive but the life, as always, is most prolific in the lesser depths.
To the south is a gently sloping silty seabed allowing a lot of ground to be explored in under twenty metres, sea life in this area includes the interesting mollusc pectin maximus also referred to as the scallop.
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