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Bracken

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HI, as requested I've added some more photos of a find from grey chalk this week....

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Hello, I wouldn`t be surprised if this turns out to be a fossil sponge...

greetings, Bert

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Hello Bracken, I have  been collecting in the 'grey chalk' for over 20 years and have no idea from your photos what it is. Please tell me the exact  location you found it - it might help me!
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Bracken

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HI.. ..i was literally sitting on folkestone beach and there was a large grey chalk boulder next to me, as I turned it over I noticed something was in the chalk so chipped it out....and it was this fossil...it was together but broken into the two pieces...
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