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pleistoman
hi napoleonbird, the bone you found is probaly a deer. it must have eroded from the Cromer forest bed. i have many like it myself from other C.b.f sites its pre anglian making it 500,000 years BP   nice one well done
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napoleonsbird
Hello everyone, I found this on West Runton beach UK, about a decade
ago. I know a mammoth was found there and imagine this bone belonged to
an animal that may have come from the same period. I know nothing about
fossils so any information is welcome.

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Johnny
Great find you must be pleased, any chance you could make the photos a little bigger?
Mud glorious mud.
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napoleonsbird
I do love my little bit of ancient britain. I was only pootling around the rock pools when i spotted it. Um i can keep it can't i? Are there rules about keeping stuff?

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napoleonsbird
Sorry for any inconvenience folks i'm clearly rubbish at this posting malarkey i have no idea how to put right that last debacle. I'm going to runaway and hide now. See's you later.
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dinogary
hi napoleonsbird and welcome to the forum ,,,, nice find you have made there
Growing old is compulsory, Growing up is optional!
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dinogary
dont think there any rules against you keeping it pal
Growing old is compulsory, Growing up is optional!
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