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IMG_20200822_120000_6.jpg  IMG_20200822_115956_0.jpg  IMG_20200822_115951_0.jpg  IMG_20200822_115947_5.jpg Any ideas?
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Dirty Pete
Maybe part of an iron oxide concretion, they often come in all kinds of weird shapes.

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Thanks Pete. So not a fossil...wrong type of stone.
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It may be part of a pyritic nodule.
Colin Huller
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It may be part of the shipwreck...😎
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I agree with others, you got a big old piece of iron there. Probably a bit of a larger concretion or septarian. We have been to Saltwick several times and still not been to the shipwreck. Will have to have a look next time!
- Brad
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