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LiamL

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I found these today near Whitby. Are they verts? Because they appear to run right through the rock.
Are they ichthyosaur, plesiosaur or croc?

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Edit, someone with lots of knowledge in this area has told me that it’s part of an articulated paddle bone!
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That someone was right, it does look like ichty paddle bones. Great find.
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