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Ferrous1

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Hello,
I recently found this in a Norfolk field (heavy boulder clay with numerous flints). There are striations around its periphery and it looks a lot like a chelicerate claw, but I am very much a novice so your suggested ID's would be very welcome. Many thanks!
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Hello and welcome to the forum. This looks like a fossilised sponge in flnt, but I can't tell much more from your photo of the internal section.
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