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LeeG

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Any help identifying these beach find from north Norfolk would be greatly appreciated. The larger of the two bones I think is a tibia of some kind but no idea from what animal. The smaller of the two bones shows the same spongey texture inside. The very large striated/holed piece is very similar to Google images of mammoth bone fragments. Any idea anyone?

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Hi, what was the name of the beach. Someone on here may be local to the area and give you an idea what normally turns up.
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It was Walcott in north Norfolk. Thanks
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