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BoneMaster3000
Hey! New here - Long time collector but with a newly rekindled love for hunting!

Was hunting in the red crag in Suffolk yesterday and found some teeth (pretty standard stuff) and a few more interesting bits (to me anyway).

Below are some pictures, first of a vertebrae that I've found and what looks like a shell fragment - any chance these can be ID'd?

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Brittle Star
Hi,

Sorry cannot see any photos.
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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Brittle Star
Ahh that's better. A Red Crag expert on here may be liable to help you.
The shell fragment may be a Pecten. You did not say where in Suffolk, was it Ramsholt?
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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prep01
Hello Bone Master 3000 and welcome to the forum.
The first 2 photos are of a sall part of a bivalve shell, but not enough to give a genus. The rest look like fish vertebrae from what I can see.
Colin Huller
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