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Marcusmerid

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Hi

We’re new to fossil finding but had a great day on the saltwick bay, not sure if the attached is anything but do any of you have an idea?

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Dirty Pete

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Hi Marcus,
Looks like a broken lime mudstone ovoid nodule/concretion. This would have originally been enclosed by less well cemented/indurated rock prior to being weathered/washed out and broken up. I don't see any fossil I'm afraid.

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Marcusmerid

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Brilliant thanks for your response pete
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