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resulting in it losing its distinctive inverted-cone 'anvil' appearance.
Other lumps in the landscape can be seen across the heath, including the Puckstone which, in years to come, may be another standing rock similar to the Agglestone.
The heath and harbour are home to Britain's largest onshore oil field, and Perenco's Wytch Farm gathering station is hidden amongst a pine forest to the west of the heath.
The existence of salt pans and salt workers at Studland is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086.
The rock is also known as the Devil's Anvil, and local myth states that the devil threw it there from The Needles on the Isle of Wight, reputedly aiming for Corfe Castle, Bindon Abbey or Salisbury Cathedral.
In truth, it is more than likely part of a band of rocks that run across the whole of Godlingston Heath.
The series particularly covered the debate about coastal management, with the Trust proposing to remove defensive walls to allow natural processes to shape the coastline, though this would result in loss of some land and property.
The final stage of the South West Coast Path (if walked in the conventional anti-clockwise direction, starting at Minehead, Somerset) follows Studland Bay and ends at South Haven Point, where a sculpture marks the end.
In January 2004 the BBC television series The National Trust investigated the conflicts between different groups of people who use the beach and heath at Studland.The sandy earth was eroded around the firmer rock and left it standing proud."Aggle" was taken into the old Dorset dialect as meaning "to wobble".Within Studland Heath is an acidic freshwater lake called Little Sea, which was cut off from the sea by the development of the dunes, and is a haven for birds and other wildlife.Studland and Godlingston Heath NNR has been a national nature reserve since 1946, and the site is on English Nature's list of "Spotlight Reserves", the 31 most important reserves in England.