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Chris Penrose
Any help identifying much appreciated. Found this at Ramsholt, Suffolk, a week ago.

Not sure if it is anything. Has a tooth or claw like appearance and has almost suture like waves and a distinct top and bottom. I've searched pictures of fossil finds of this area and can't see anything like it.  Have I found a pretty rock or something more interesting ? Any thoughts?IMG_0674(1).jpg  IMG_0672(1).jpg  IMG_0673(1).jpg  IMG_0675(1).jpg  IMG_0677(1).jpg 
Answers much appreciated!
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efossil
Looks like a very worn ammonite.

Eric
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s.c.
I agree. You do get derived fossils at Ramsholt - I’ve had belemnites and crinoid stems - which are generally very much the worse for wear. You can see the suture marks on this and the end is clearly a chamber end.
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prep01
Ammo section - I agree!
Colin Huller
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Chris Penrose
Thanks all. Much appreciated. A derived ammonite fossil it is
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