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Dirty Pete

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I'm assuming these are worm tubes, correct me if I'm wrong.
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Inferior Oolite, Breakheart Hill in the Cotswolds.

Scale is a 5p piece.

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Yep they are worm tubes, here are one of my worm tube fossil block from the Cotswolds (the right picture). I also got a very similar fossil from Yaxley (the left picture).

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Thanks for confirming

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