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bbqq021

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Hello

I recently spent a few days down on the Isle of Wight at Blackgang Chine with my young family. We spent a few days down on the beach looking for fossils and i think we found something interesting (in addition to lots of Ammonites). 

Would really appreciate if someone could ID this one for me, even if it is something modern. 

Thanks

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How do you get down to black gang beach ,we’ve been on the island a few times and couldn’t find a way down ?
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bbqq021

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Hello

We were staying at Butterfly paragliding who has an arrangement with national trust i think to cross the land between the mainland and the beach. The other alternative is to go down to Whale Chine where there are some steps however these are closed at the moment. 

Will
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I'm thinking burrow infill.

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I agree with the 'burrow' theory, but would have liked to see the diameter.
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bbqq021

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Diameter at its narrowest is probably about 40mm and at its widest at the bottom is about 70-80mm.

Thanks for your help. 
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