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Angela Callow

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Please could someone help me out and tell me what they think I have found today on the beach while dog walking in Great Yarmouth . Thanku

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Hi Angela,
looks like a piece of claystone/mudstone with interesting surface patterns caused by natural physical/chemical processes. I don't think it's fossil elephant skin........
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Hello and welcome to the forum Angela. I agree with Pete that it's worn mudstone.
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Angela Callow

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Thanku very much for your answers.
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Angela Callow

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Thanku so much.
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Hi Angela,
looks like a piece of claystone/mudstone with interesting surface patterns caused by natural physical/chemical processes. I don't think it's fossil elephant skin........
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