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Dirty Pete
I think it's an elliptical iron rich concretion which has cracked internally having been subject to various stresses/strains during its formation. I suspect the red powder is iron oxide (rust).


PS Including location found and a scale often helps.
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thanks for the information it was found on weymouth beach  Click image for larger version - Name: 29F58E3C-4FBE-4F24-AA38-F25F7F205A14.jpeg, Views: 8, Size: 803.53 KB Click image for larger version - Name: B965024A-F633-4728-9D8A-071C3646B1E3.jpeg, Views: 7, Size: 753.56 KB
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