Here are a few pictures of teeth and some gastropods (...I think) I have collected from the london clay around the north coast of the Isle of Sheppey, I would just like some help identifying the species they come from. Also I have attached a picture of a 'fossil' that im not sure if it is a fossil or not so any help on that would b good! :-)
Wish I could find that lot on the Holderness coast! every one is a good find.
I think the one you are not sure is a fossil - is a fossil that has suffered the effects of nature and you have found it well worn out and hardly recognisable.
Here are what I think they are:
1: I agree with tabfish.
2: some kind of sand shark teeth.
3: The top ones and the bottom ones look like makos, and the other ones have a broulete, so I think they could be otodus obliquus teeth (quite rare for the UK (they are usually found in Morocco.)
5: sand shark teeth
Thank you both for your responses. Nice to have some idea of what they belonged to :-) the smaller teeth are quite easy to come by in my neck of the woods. The larger ones are believe it or not much harder to find!