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The spectacular cliff-face called 'The Wick' on the Southern side of Skomer was formed by basaltic lava, a hard, dark, extrusive rock most commonly formed in a lava flow.
Today the cliff is a nesting site for several species of seabird, including Kittiwake, Fulmar and Guillemot.

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