Philip Copeman

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The continental shelf of Africa extends normally only a few kilometers off the coast. Off Cape Agulhas and particularly off Mossel Bay this extend as much as 200 kilometers. This is caused by Africa leaving a “trail” behind it as it drifts North, much as a snail leaves slime on the floor. During Ice Ages the sea level drops and this fertile sea bed is revealed. Currently we are in a warm period and the sea levels are high. The main evidence of the Beachwalkers lies under the Ocean. The area between the coast line and the Cape Fold mountains is a sealed off, an isolated Valley.

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