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Angleseyadventurer
Discovered these today on the shores of Menai Strait. Two of them look like bone fragments? The long one is shaped like a little finger. Could be junk but interested to see what they could be?
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Dirty Pete
Hi,
Water worn solitary coral + bits of coral from the Carboniferous limestone. Caninia maybe.

Pete.
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prep01
Pete is spot on!
Colin Huller
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nomadiclifeguide
It's a nice example, likely from the southeastern tip of Anglesey.
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Angleseyadventurer
Thank you for your swift replies, absolutely brilliant to find out what it is! 
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