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Craddocks Moss peat bog Staffordshire England UK from the air

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aerial photograph of Craddocks Moss prehistoric peat bog Staffordshire England UK. There are a number of wetland areas around Staffordshire and Cheshire which were created by glaciation in the last ice age which scoured depressions in the landscape. As the ice melted , they filled with water creating meres and peat bogs.Craddocks Moss is a Site of Biological Importance (SBI) and carefully managed to preserve the local eco system and bio diversity.

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