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Dancla
I found these at Watchet beach. It looks like a jaw bone with teeth. Any help appreciated.  A334328C-0D3F-46DE-963B-86E473E7866F.jpeg 
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Barrow Museum
Your rock has, on the left, a fragment of the venter (outer edge) of a Lower Jurassic ammonite (possibly Arnioceras) while the object on the right is the impression of a fossil scallop shell.  It is too eroded to give it a definite name (from this level in the Jurassic it could be Oxytoma or Chlamys).  Neither is, I am afraid, anything to do with a jaw or teeth.
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Dancla
Thank you for your insight. It is much appreciated. 
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