Hi all,I’m working on construction sites and one of the site lads handed this in to me from one of the trenches. Just thought to share it as I really appreciate this one.
He knows I look out for fossils, he insisted I take it (I gave him a bottle of wine and lots of thanks)
Thanks for the response, really interesting. We were excavating a trench for drainage which is where this was found (3m - 5m depth) and the soil investigation showed that we were in a deep section of glacial till (at least 8m thick) as you alluded.I didn’t spot the second one, so that’s a nice surprise! I have also been given another ammonite imprint from the security guard for the site! This one is soon the be ‘found’ by my niece. Thanks for taking the time to respond with the info, it’s really appreciated!
Lol Definitely 🙂 I had to google what the terms keel and whorl was after the first response... So I can say I’ve a long way to go to be able to understand what just happened.
To be fair, the photos I posted were rubbish.Thanks as always Barrow museum for the ongoing education. Any book suggestions will be welcome.
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