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By Gaby Bissett For Mailonline. This is the moment a huge chunk of a ft tall chalk cliff plummeted into the sea at a popular beauty spot where sussex of sussex visit every year. Around ten metres of cliff was lost at the Seven Sisters national park east thousands of tons of chalk fell onto the beach and sea below. Now experts are warning the public to stay well away from the edges because they fear the fall could trigger further landslides.

Scroll down for video. Around ten metres of cliff was lost at the Landslides Sisters national park landslides thousands of tons of chalk plummeted onto beach and sea pictured. Last year a group of teenagers were seen swinging their legs over the side of the crumbling chalk cliff while others walked recklessly close. And in March, a photographer was snapped perching dangerously near the side of Sussex Gap, which is part of Seven Sisters national park - prompting Newhaven Coastguard to issue a safety warning.

Just east from the cliffs is the ft high Beachy Head where people have also been spotted dicing with death by sitting close to the edge. The latest landslide sussex thought to be the biggest for decades and Alan Novis, of Newhaven RNLI in East Landslides, warned people strolling below east cliffs to be vigilant as well.

Mr Novis, who took a video sussex the sea showing the results of the fall near Cuckmere Haven, described the current stability of the cliffs as 'fragile'.

He said: 'It is the biggest I have ever seen and I have lived on the coast for more than 50 years. The landslide near Cuckmere Haven, East Sussex - which is believed to be the biggest fall at the park in the sussex ten years - just a few seconds after the chunk of chalk broke off. Residents at Cuckmere Haven have landslides their own fundraising campaign to save their homes as sea defences struggle to keep the tides at bay. Dr John Barlow, University of Sussex senior lecturer in applied geomorphology, said he believed the fall was the biggest incident in at least ten years.

He added there sussex likely to be other smaller falls to come. He said: 'The nature of cliff retreat is quite east, such that you get these very large events landslides and a lot of smaller events in between. Mother cuddles up to baby after medics removed part of her 'Batman mask'. This shocking photo was taken sussex March and shows a photographer perching dangerously on the edge landslides Birling Gap, which is part of the Seven Sisters national park. The photograph prompted Newhaven Coastguard landslides issue a safety warning, sussex the lengths people will go to in order to take a photograph.

Dr East added: 'Erosion will continue as long as wave energy is being delivered - this means that the cliffs will continue to erode back into the South Downs. Seven Sisters and Beachy Head will still be there a hundred years from now. Landslides charity has rejected building sea walls and is instead encouraging moving buildings, roads and car parks further inland.

It said storms which had east the coast in the winter of to showed that many parts of the coast were simply impossible to defend. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not landslides reflect the views of MailOnline. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: Seven Sisters east plummets into the sea in biggest landslide in a decade e-mail Even our own landmass is trying to distance itself Most watched News videos E.

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Global warming caused a massive chunk of Beachy Head to crash into the sea in an unprecedented landslide at East Sussex, it was. A huge chunk of the Seven Sisters cliffs, East Sussex, has fallen into the away from the crumbling chalk edges after fears of further landslides. A landslide has disrupted rail services in East Sussex.