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Hello, I found a few promising pieces on a quick stop at West Runton last week. I would love some help identifying them. 

The first one looks toothy to me, and the second one like a bit from the end of a bigger bone, or something disc-like.

The final set of five finds (last two pics) includes two belemnites at the end and a mystery bone in the middle. I'm not sure about the first two objects - second from the end looks like it has been 'cast' - ie the space inside something else.

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Dirty Pete
Hi,
I'm afraid all I see are iron rich nodules/concretions and broken and weathered pieces of flint/chert.

Pete
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Barrow Museum
In an attempt to rescue something palaeontological from this submission,.. the last object (at 15cm) just could be a fragment of belemnite - check if it has a radially arranged crystalline structure (which to be honest, I don't see in the photo).  If not...Flint!
The last but one (at 12cm) is a flint in the form of a burrow, so at least can be classed a Trace Fossil.

Keep looking.
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Gary W
Yes just nodules except last one which does look like a section od belemnite.
Gary
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