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So I was walking the beach to Lyme Regis from Charmouth and I came across a fossil and something I need a little help identifying. I personally believed it to be a tooth but if i could get a few other opinions then that would be great.

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Dirty Pete
Certainly tooth shaped but looks suspiciously like fibrous calcite (beef) from where I'm sitting. + a nice little vertebra (ichthyosaur), I reckon.
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Pete
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