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Gizmo1973

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This is the second fossil (hopefully it’s a fossil) that I found while digging in my front garden. I live in New Brancepeth, County Durham on an old farm. I found this about a month ago; March 2019.
My guess was it’s a print of a horses hoof. But I worry in case it’s a carving, but I can’t find any marks to suggest so. Either way I’ll keep it. Xx
Thank you
Denise

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Hello, i do not think this is a fossil; looks like a sandstone concretion that has been whacked with a chisel...

greets, Bert

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I agree with Elbert, not a fossl.
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Gizmo1973

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Thank you Elbert and Prep01 I had my doubts but really wanted to find out for certain.
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