I recently found what looks like a fossilised dinosaur egg. I found it at the bottom of the clay cliffs in Folkestone, Kent. It is about 20cm wide, very heavy and grey/beige in colour. I was told by some German fossil hunters who were there when I found the object that it could be a dinosaur's egg. Is it possible that it could be a dinosaur egg? Are dinosaur eggs commonly found on the South East coast? Further, would such an egg be worth anything?
I do not have the egg with me today to take a picture of but I will upload one within the next day.
Probably not a Dino egg!
Dino eggs are not found in the UK, but just a guess if you wanted to find one then the IoW is the place to have a look.
Plenty of Dino's but haven't heard of any eggs.