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flyinglegend
Hello, help requested identifying some bones I excavated from the marl just below the high tide line on Mersea Island, Essex 27 years ago! they were in pieces and I did my best to restore them, don't laugh! Just re-discovered them during a lockdown garage clear out! Obviously they are mammal and a reasonably large one to judge by the pelvic bone. Any ideas gratefully received, thank you. E152E06A-4CD0-438D-9F75-AC5E7F87B966.jpeg  55323230-E8C3-46BF-9ACB-11A0FA3C0911.jpeg  5B0EEC2E-4D25-4000-9B66-1AF3C706E3A7.jpeg  EF535B18-2935-48B9-97F0-FBA1340CDAD7.jpeg  D69AA71B-D5D8-428F-805A-F35D2F319756.jpeg  AD5198EA-1914-4B8E-AA81-116DA388C2ED.jpeg  5C92108E-244D-48C9-A0D5-0D2A0FC17C5A.jpeg  AA8C3578-261B-43A9-8DE6-1E9013BA5162.jpeg  31558663-748F-494B-9AE0-C9972E95E05B.jpeg  A42CE296-EC1E-4910-A4B0-285CD54AEE5B.jpeg  436EBB0E-13A1-4959-AF0F-C537DEC456FA.jpeg  4EF71286-4C90-4D35-B2F0-5A7FC39FC421.jpeg   
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Joe Thompson
Great great find, not sure as I’m not a mammal expert but definitely an interesting find , would recommend some more research, anyone else have any ideas !! 
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flyinglegend
Thanks Joe
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