hi all ive not posted for some time now
so thought i would post my best find from 2010
found at charmouth in the shingle august bankholiday by lucky chance.
after a freak wave filled both wellys with sea water
while trying to get round the land slip on my way to golden cap
i decided to give it another 30 mins before having another go getting round via the beach
having already lost a welly in the mud trying to go over the top of the slippage
so with nothing to do decided to look at the shingle
(which i normally do not bother with in my rush to get to the ammonites round the base of golden cap)
when i spotted a grey stone with black spots !!!
picked it up hoping it may be a bit of dino bone and heres what i had found
ps called it NASHER because of all the teeth
i think its the very nose end of an ichthyosaur jaw. very rolled
but ill leave that to the experts.
do you think i could have this prepped to show the teeth more ???
or has some of the teeth appear half worn away would these be lost
or fall out if more of the matrix was removed