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LeeG
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? Click image for larger version - Name: 15389311606991104237816.jpg, Views: 43, Size: 3.48 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 15389311936351409046799.jpg, Views: 43, Size: 3.62 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 1538931217032120605319.jpg, Views: 40, Size: 3.57 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 15389312340161595810742.jpg, Views: 39, Size: 3.78 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 1538931248968321492188.jpg, Views: 41, Size: 3.87 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 153893127412449306157.jpg, Views: 40, Size: 5.10 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 15389313212741529789772.jpg, Views: 37, Size: 4.87 MB
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Brittle Star
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.
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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LeeG
It was Walcott in north Norfolk. Thanks
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Rob, I am unable to contact you by private messages as you have disabled this on your account, so apologies for posting live.

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Brittle Star
Rob
You said you did not know how to start a post of your own.
Go to categories then select name of the appropriate category and you will see on the top right hand side New Topic.

Hope that helps
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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