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Tigerbalm

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Found amongst the pebbles in my garden.

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This one also please?

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Hello, the frst photos are of a gastropod (sea snail), but I need to do more work and some close up photos with a mm scale please to give you an ID. It doesn't look like a usual late cretaceous ones so it may be earlier iin chert rather than flint, even though they are similar!
The second specimen is a sponge, but too warn to say more than 'possibly Porochonia sp'

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Thanks! I never expected to see anything like that in the garden!
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