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Hello to all rock tappers and fellow shingle kneelers!

I know this is probably some sort of fast drying pattern created by whatever on cherty / flinty deposit?

But, don't it look like Dino skin?

Any exact description would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

P.S. it was found amongst East London sand and gravel, and dug out from a depth of about 2 metres (a cemetery and a grave diggers bucket!) IMG_20200423_122530.jpg  IMG_20200423_122518.jpg  IMG_20200423_122537.jpg  IMG_20200423_122440.jpg  IMG_20200423_122501.jpg  IMG_20200423_122452.jpg
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