Inland Rock

Inland Rock -

This habitat type is defined as exposed rock surfaces away from the sea, largely lacking in vegetation. Typical examples are quarries, inland cliffs, caves and ledges.

Across Kent, there are 1,225 hectares of inland rock (KHS2003) - an area 12 times the size of Monaco, the south of France principality that holds the Grand Prix.

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Link: UK BAP Conservation Statement

Associated Species

Amphibians: great crested newt

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