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Have been I formed that this is a sponge cast. Just wondering if it is an example of interest? I haven’t seen any similar via Google and like the way you can see 3d detail - however, it was found in pieces so appreciate that the “3d” is likely sea build up. Thanks. Click image for larger version - Name: D9E405AC-3BE8-4E45-BFA3-FD7781D10F74.png, Views: 25, Size: 4.43 MB Click image for larger version - Name: C44C6E63-0550-46A6-AC58-09763D3CE03B.png, Views: 28, Size: 3.86 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 5F456F24-5244-492B-9CEF-97AD35D9D591.png, Views: 27, Size: 3.92 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 8AFBA455-B96B-4351-AD0B-48F7450E26B5.png, Views: 29, Size: 4.47 MB Click image for larger version - Name: BF5E4E05-82E0-40C1-B31B-C7333737F450.png, Views: 27, Size: 4.44 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 42446C90-F62A-46EB-B524-547F0A1BE032.png, Views: 30, Size: 3.80 MB Click image for larger version - Name: A752904E-EBC0-48CF-B461-83E67D9ABB8C.jpeg, Views: 29, Size: 2.17 MB
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Hello and welcome to the forum. Yes, this indeed a sponge in flint by the looks of it, eroded from the chalk 80 - 85 million years old and a very common find. As for your question - all fossils are interesting to someone! Below is an article about flint which you might find ineresting.

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