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by Adrian Rebera
(Peacehaven UK)

This was located on a shingle beach at Seaford East Sussex today.

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Fossils From Seaford East Sussex
by: Doug

Hi Adrian,

I do't know what you have there.

If I were to guess I'd say it looks like a horse tooth.

But Seaford East Sussex is known for marine fossils.

Do some exploring on this web site.

They are more familiar with UK coastal fossils than I am.

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