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May 16, 2014 12:08 PM

Very large Vertabrae

Very large fossilised Vertabrae found  15.5. 2014 , between Overstrand and Trimingham , Norfolk,  on beach. (Low tide) 15 x18 cm (22 at pretrusions) possible Giant Elephant/ Mamouth, but I think it may be too large. Dismissed Whale. Significant find. ! I am a keen amateur paleontologists and this location is my hunting ground. Any help would be wonderful. Sauropod perhaps. ?    Jim jaques.

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    May 16, 2014 4:14 PM (in response to bluejay)
    Re: Very large Vertabrae

    Hi.  It's an ice age vertebrae.  I think it's from a bison.  It could be off a mammoth but I don't think so.  It isn't a dinosaur vertebrae because it's the wrong age and the wrong shape. 

     

     

     

    Daniel

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