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Hi All, it’s my first post here. I found this on the beach at Quantoxhead a few weeks back and have no idea what it is. Other than it having a vague (read “hopeful”) tooth shape to it.

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It could either be fossil wood or bone. Could we have more pictures from different angles?
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Brittle Star
Hi and welcome, to me it looks like wood or plant, possibly bone but without holding it would go with plant based fossil, some one more familiar with what can be found there will know for sure, very nice

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Hello and welcome to the forum. I hate to dissapoint you but it's not a tooth but (I think) a piece of wood that has washed into the sea. It is early Jurassic in age. May I politely ask that in future photos you add a scale (a ruler is best) and as many aspects of the specimen.
Colin Huller
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