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Sarah J
Have just become completely addicted to fossil hunting after finding this on Weybourne beach in north Norfolk...Can anyone tell me please what it is?  20200815_124332.jpg  20200815_124325.jpg 
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Gary W
I must admit it looks very regular but I think it is just a banded flint, not a fossil.
Gary
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Elbert
Hello, I agree with banded flint. Nice one at that!

greets, Bert
the search is as valuable as the finds...
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Sarah J
Hi Gary...
Thanks for your reply.  I wish the photo could give you more info. The form on the stone is very regular and on closest inspection looks like a woodlouse that has been flattened because you can see a thicker head section and bottom section then perfect equal banding within the body. However, if you say its a banded flint its still lovely and unusual.
Many thanks Sarah.
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Sarah J
Thanks Gary and Bert...really appreciate your thoughts....and yes Bert, the search was absolutely electrifying and as soon as I can will go again.
Warm regards Sarah.
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