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samwood120

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Few bits from Sandown that I was unsure of (the cone shape rocks and the longer one) then what I assume to be two parts of a Belemnite from white cliff bay. Could anyone identify them all please?

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The area around Whiecliff bay spans over 100 million years and something like 10 - 20 different beds, all mixed up by wave action! Not helpful without having been extracted from the known bed (not recomended for several reasons). But the longish cylindrical object looks like a flint, possibly part of a burrow system in the chalk seabed. The last 4 photos are parts of belemnites. the first photos I have no idea.
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It was just the belemnites that were from Whightcliff Bay, the others were Yaverland Beach
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