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Thanks in advance 
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The bone block looks ichthyosaur and the vertebrae looks plesiosaur but someone else could have a more accurate identification 🙂
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What can I say!!!
Colin Huller
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My first  plesiosaur Vert. Im over the moon. Thanks for the ID guys 👍
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A lovely plesi vert and a scatter of iccy bones as others have said. You certainly do well at port scumpy. Very well done and nice finds 👍
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Scrumpy, you must be setting up a museum with all your amazing finds.
Can I book a guided tour? 😎
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