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ChrisMarshall

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My kids found these on the beach today. We often find ammonites, devil's toenails etc. but these had me stumped. Any ideas as to what they might be?

They were found on Saltburn beach - just up the coast from Whitby.

Thanks!

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Hi chris, top one looks like an impression of a bivalve valve and the bottom one looks like a row of crinoid ossicles that have been sheared lengthways.
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I agree with Pete (yet again today)!
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ChrisMarshall

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Thanks folks - will Google them and share with the kids =)
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