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From shingle bar at Titchfield Haven today, a collection of oddities that caught my eye.
1) A stone shaped like a tooth. Small holes in the surface.
2) Grey stone with a brown circular Impression.
3) Brown stone the size of an Oreo cookie and clearly two halves joined with a line going all the way around the circumference; also a sponge like pattern covering all surfaces. 

Aclues anyone? As ever, grateful for a qualified comment!!

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Tooth - end of a flint that filled a crustacean burrow, flint pebble, water worn and lastly I think it's athe internal valve of half a bivalve
Colin Huller
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Colin, thank you. 1 out of 3 ain’t bad. And the old burrow ‘Pollyfilla’ is a bonus. I’ll call it 1 1/2 out of 3.....

I appreciate you taking the time to look. 


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