Six geese a-laying. And here are their ‘eggs’.

Porth Nanven beach, at the base of Cot Valley near St Just in West Penwith is also known as ‘Dinosaur Egg Beach’ in the media because of a remarkable deposit of ovoid boulders covering the beach and foreshore. These boulders come in all sizes, from hen’s egg to a metre or more in length, and have proved so tempting as souvenirs that they are now legally protected by the National Trust which owns the beach.