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LarryS

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Normally every year we go to Redcar with the kids, but I wanted to go to Saltburn instead, and so glad we did. Fantastic place, and I found fossils!

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Some more.
That last one I thought mollusc but there are like overlapping layers across the top surface. Part of a nautiloid ?

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I made a video of that last one. It looks pearlescent and those overlapping layers intrigue me.


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Hi,

The last picture, I think, is a very worn gryphea.

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Hi,

The last picture, I think, is a very worn gryphea.

Ah thanks for that. I had to google gryphea. Yup looks it

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