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ChrisI

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Any idea what this is?

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Gandalf the White

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It is a belemnite.
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Belemnite!
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I'm now pondering the concept of the relativity of simultaneity.
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Shaped like a tuning fork?
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It's been split longitudinally. The phragmocone would originally have slotted into the fork.
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