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Church bells ring, says an old Welsh legend, from the drowned lands in Cardigan Bay – where today remnants of a sunken forest appear at low tide. The story of discoveries made there is told by Dr Richard Bates of St Andrews University, together with his brother Dr Martin Bates of the University of Wales Trinity St David and their father Dr Denis Bates.

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