A prominent volcanic stack named locally as the 'Elephant Rock'.
The Elephant Rock is found on the County Antrim coastline between Ballintoy and White Park Bay on the North Coast of Northern Ireland.
Local folklore has it that it was the result of a woolly mammoth which had the misfortune to be caught as it tried to flee from an erupting volcano
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