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KT

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Found in my inland Norfolk garden. It appears to be a fossil possibly a tooth or claw?
any ideas. Many thanks for any help

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Hi KT, I think there's plenty of chalk in Norfolk so my moneys on a tooth/claw shaped piece of flint/chert.

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Hello and welcome to the forum.
I agree with Pete - flint.

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KT

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Thank you both for your help.
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