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Emma79

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Hello. I found this on the beach at West Runton a few weeks ago and wondered if it was anything interesting?
Many Thanks!

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Looks like it could be a sponge preserved in flint.
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Difficult to be certain, but it looks like it might be a bone. The shape is difficult to work out as it has been eroded and it is impossible to tell what it is made of from a photo, but the spongy bone looks like it is close to an articulation - if it is bone.
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Looks like sponge to me.
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