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Lucy Cameron

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Posts: 8
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I found this in a field in south Cambridgeshire CB21 4RP in a field full of flints.

80 mm in length
30 mm across tooth cusp
25 mm height

It feels and looks like stone.
Thank you for looking

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Hello Lucy, I'm not an expert but I'd say it's equine, but probably only a few hundred years old so not a fossil as such - more Archaeological.
Colin Huller
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