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In a second flood about , years ago the Meuse and Rhine were ice-dammed into a lake that broke catastrophically through a high weak barrier perhaps chalk, or an end-moraine left by the ice sheet. A further update in , attributed a series of previously described underwater holes in the Channel floor -"m deep" and in places "several kilometres in diameter" to lake water plunging over a rock ridge causing isolated depressions or plunge pools.

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  • It presents a succession of rocky areas relatively deserted by ships wanting to spare their nets, and of sandy flats and sub-aqueous dunes. The strong currents of the Channel are slowed down around the rocky areas of the strait, with formation of countercurrents and calmer zones where many species can find shelter.

    Moreover, this is a transition zone for the species of the Atlantic Ocean and those of the southern part of the North Sea. This mix of various environments promotes a wide variety of wildlife. Many crossings other than in conventional vessels have been attempted, including by pedalo , jetpack , bathtub , amphibious vehicle and more commonly by swimming.

    French law bans many of these while English law does not, so most such crossings originate in England. In the late 17th century during the " Little Ice Age ", there were reports of severe winter ice in the Strait of Dover, including a case in of only a league of open water remaining between Dover and Calais. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Strait at the narrowest part of the English Channel. Cambridge Paperback Encyclopedia 3rd ed.

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