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Rutters83
First time out and found this in the clay near the Chilton Chine car park steps. Not sure what it is but maybe bone? Cheers! Click image for larger version - Name: 6ED6CA3A-EC8E-48F7-BF56-9742042EC1AB.jpeg, Views: 23, Size: 563.31 KB Click image for larger version - Name: D591D0AD-8011-4A50-88F6-7A9EDB7FD445.jpeg, Views: 25, Size: 720.38 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 378AEE98-2645-4CA7-848B-04E6E72878F3.jpeg, Views: 23, Size: 662.30 KB
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estwing
I think it's flint, unfortunately
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prep01
Yes a piece of a flint burrow formed 65 - 80 million years ago within a chalk sea.
Colin Huller
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MartynH
Hi, agree that is a fragment of flint it does not have the honeycomb structure of bone.
Martyn H
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Rutters83
Thanks all! Appreciate the response 👍🏻
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prep01
Must diagree Martyn. The honeycomb structure is like Brighton rock - all the way through!
Colin Huller
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