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Lord of the Grunt
Found these today in Folkestone in the Gault Clay.

Im hoping the poor quality one is a fish but I honestly have no idea.

The other one seems similar to a cuttlefish. But I’ve never seen anything like it. AB808975-4D88-409E-8C77-2C8D4BCC45D7.jpeg  5CF9C17A-8722-4D6C-ACF0-D247C18A68B7.jpeg  09269A59-7FEA-45AC-BEFA-B71398C36F02.jpeg  14D9AB4E-16D3-4316-8CAB-AEEA1E5B0893.jpeg 
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prep01
Hi, I can see what you mean, but although there are some scales/bones in the whitish  (chalk), this looks like burrow infill reworked from the early (Cenomanian) chalk. There are also shell fragments throughout.
Colin Huller
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Lord of the Grunt
Thanks for the reply prep01. I thought it was a long shot that it was a fish. 
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