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FOSSILISED WHALE BONE - about 10 million years old - Bawdsey, Suffolk

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FOSSILISED BONE
OF A WHALE
 
About 10 million years old
 
Red Crag (derived from Miocene rocks)
 
Bawdsey Beach, Suffolk

 
During the Miocene period East Anglia was under the sea and bones of whales were buried in the sand on the sea floor. Millions of years later, during the Pliocene period, these bones were exhumed by erosion and reburied by sand called the Red Crag. 
  
This is a chunky and heavy piece of fossilised whale bone.  It shows the bone structure very well and the rear shows remnants of the natural polish.
 
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Size: 10 x 7 x 6 centimetres
Weight: 512 grams

PRICE: £25.00
FOSSILISED WHALE BONE -  about 10 million years old  -  Bawdsey, Suffolk
FOSSILISED WHALE BONE -  about 10 million years old  -  Bawdsey, Suffolk FOSSILISED WHALE BONE -  about 10 million years old  -  Bawdsey, Suffolk FOSSILISED WHALE BONE -  about 10 million years old  -  Bawdsey, Suffolk FOSSILISED WHALE BONE -  about 10 million years old  -  Bawdsey, Suffolk