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prehistoricholly
is this a sea urchin? found in Worlingworth, Suffolk, in a field. i'm pretty sure it's a sea urchin but may be wrong - if it is, is it possible to identify the species? It has a distinctive heart shape and measures around 2 inches in width and 2 inches in height. Many thanks,
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MartynH
Yes this is definitely a sea urchin preserved in flint - probably Micraster.
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