The Chronicle

SHELL BEACH, SHARK BAY, WESTERN AUS­TRALIA

- Animals · Wildlife

THERE’S a clue in the name – the snow-white shore­line has no sand, it is made up of bil­lions of tiny shells stretch­ing for al­most 44 miles.

The shells are from a local type of cockle and the sea­wa­ter is very salty, with swim­mers float­ing in a sim­i­lar way to those in the Dead Sea.

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