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Can anyone identify what this find is? Found at the base of the Undercliff at Compton chine just before the chalk cliffs. Shell like layers, very smooth with varying colours. Click image for larger version - Name: F9D1F75F-AB47-4EF8-AF8F-22910341272D.jpeg, Views: 31, Size: 378.99 KB Click image for larger version - Name: A231AA15-8426-45C3-BFBF-57FFE7065C9D.jpeg, Views: 33, Size: 401.78 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 3A8D34C4-D643-46B3-8B20-5C1786062DBD.jpeg, Views: 27, Size: 408.01 KB Click image for larger version - Name: D527A958-1EB9-4D08-8A58-53A987378721.jpeg, Views: 27, Size: 545.84 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 6915F1BF-7CC1-4385-AD53-41749B082024.jpeg, Views: 23, Size: 549.92 KB Click image for larger version - Name: C6A56561-3F05-4D37-8DF6-B247A552B255.jpeg, Views: 21, Size: 506.33 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 4BC2E864-8647-49D2-A50E-948F092E0720.jpeg, Views: 19, Size: 530.46 KB
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A large very worn oyster by the looks of it.
Colin Huller
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Thanks, ‘’ very worn “” I guess that  means it cannot be identified. Shame.
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Thanks, I guess little that is left means it cannot be identified 
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