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Rob Attrill
Hi can any one help I'd this for me please Norfolk beach its quite heavy n dense Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180724_093719.jpg, Views: 40, Size: 3.12 MB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180724_093926.jpg, Views: 39, Size: 2.55 MB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180724_093854.jpg, Views: 31, Size: 2.92 MB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180724_093831.jpg, Views: 31, Size: 2.92 MB
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Wurz
Hi Rob, compared to the bone I have recently found, I would say yours is far more likely to be Ice Age. 

I'd include the exact location of the beach you found it on and maybe do a bit of research yourself to see if any Ice Age remains have been found previously. The North sea produces a huge amount of Ice Age remains.

Good luck, I hope some with more knowledge can help you out 😉 
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Rob Attrill
Cool thnx illbkeep searching
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snowyandtintin
Hi Rob
Your posts on other forums have also recommended that you include the location of the find. 
It makes a big difference, as the local geology will indicate whether your find is indeed likely to be Pleistocene. If Ice Age deposits are found at the site or other such specimens have washed in, it may well date and confirm your find.

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