- Happisburgh, located in England’s Norfolk county, has been crumbling into the sea.
- Coastal erosion has plagued the village for decades, and could be worsened by increasing storms.
- Million-year-old human footprints were once discovered in the historic village, but they washed away.
A small English village on the North Sea coast with thousands of years of history has been crumbling into the sea due to decades of coastal erosion.
Happisburgh, located in Norfolk County, has seen dozens of homes wash away to sea as the cliff face edges closer and closer to its remaining residents.
Photos show how the sea could soon swallow more of the historic town if the coastal erosion continues.