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Exile

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I recently disscovered what i think is a fossiled strawberry. Can anyone tell me jf its rare or it is usually found and could anybody knows how old it could be?

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I think its coral
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It's obviously flint/chert and I'll go for sponge.

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Check out Cephalites, rather strawberry like.

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sponge-or-flint-coming-from-the-upper-cretaceous
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