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Landslide leaves Caravan park on the edge of oblivion.

SPECTACULAR drone images show a huge landslide as a cliff falls into the sea along the coast right next to a caravan park – leaving many teetering on the edge.

The pictures, captured by coastal adventurer Ziggy Austin, show the coastline of Sandy Bay in Exmouth, Devon slipping into the sea. In the aerial shots, hundreds of caravans can be seen lined up in the Devon Cliffs caravan centre.

However, after the cliff fall, lines of the holiday homes sit just metres away from the top of the landslide.

The shocking snaps were captured on Monday by Mr Austin of Rock Solid Coasteering.

They come after a number of cliff falls in the area over the last 18 months, with Exmouth and Sidmouth seeing some of the most severe.

According to DevonLive, in August last year there were huge five falls in just one morning in the area.

Collapsing clay fell from the cliff face between Sidmouth and Salcombe Mouth.

It prompted the Beer Coastguard Rescue Team to issue a warning, saying: “Cliff falls this morning, please stay away from the base of cliffs and take note of the signs, they are there for a reason.”

Those cliff falls came just a month after a number of beach-goers were pictured sitting directly underneath the crumbling clay and mudstone walls as Brits rushed to the coast to enjoy the warm weather.

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