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oldtimer
Hi, can anyone ID these two 'pieces' I found on Charmouth beach please?
I am fascinated by the symmetry from all angles for each of them. Obviously I am hoping they are Jurassic bone but I bow to the greater knowledge out there!
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prep01
Hello, are you able to take these to the Charmouth Heritage centre for a 'hands on' look? For what it's worth  photos 1 - 7 do look like bone, but the rest don't.
Colin Huller
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Vert Finder
Hi,
I'm afraid that neither of these are fossils, just stones. It's still worth taking a trip to the Heritage Centre or one of the local museums though, as their collections are often really useful in giving you an idea of what you should be looking for on the beaches.
Thanks, VF
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oldtimer
Thanks for your input. Unfortunately I found these on holiday last week and am now back home...200 miles away!
Thanks anyway.
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