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Lucy Cameron
Thank you everyone who helped me identify my last find ~ sadly not a fossilised bone but am so grateful for your time and Information.
I found this today walking over the fields behind my house in south Cambridgeshire CB21. Looks a bit shell like, with graduations and an apex like but feels very much like a flint.
Any help would be greatly received it is about 5cm In length. .
Thank you
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Dirty Pete
Could it be a severely mangled Inoceramus bivalve? I think your field is underlain by the Cretaceous chalk.
Cheers
Pete
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Lucy Cameron
Thank you
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prep01
I agree, or at least a mangled something!
Colin Huller
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