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  1. The bones of mammoths, woolly rhinoceros and hyena are among the remains discovered in a cave during the construction of new houses in Sherford, near Plymouth. They date to the middle of the last Ice Age between 60,000 and 30,000 years ago. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/england/devon
  2. Bobby Rico

    ID on a coral

    Hi all I hope you all are safe and well. Please can I have some help on this coral ID. If was found about 12 years ago . Somewhere In the Yorkshire Dales/ Pennie Way . Sorry but that’s the best location I have until MrsR looks at a map. I can do better pictures tomorrow if required. @TqB any ideas pal. thanks for your help Bobby
  3. Helen Lee

    Fossil ID

    Hi, we visited Port Mulgrave last weekend as I did about 10 years ago and was wondering if the protrusions in the bed rock were bones and if anyone can recognise what they are. I got a glimpse of what the inside looked like could it be fossilised marrowbone?
  4. JohnBrewer

    Ichthyosaur vertebra

    From the album: Marine reptiles

    Ichthyosaur vertebrae from Black Ven, Charmouth, Somerset, U.K.
  5. JohnBrewer

    A trip to the school

    A couple of months ago I was asked by Violet's teacher if I could do a presentation on fossils. In the uk a basic lesson on palaeontology is a part of the school curriculum. I took a range of fossils, both in type and era. Of course anything dinosaur was the most popular, in particular teeth. The kids were really interested and when it came to question time everyone's hands were raised. I was really surprised how much knowledge these 7 and 8 year olds had. Sadly time ran out too soon but I've been asked to return later in the year. I'm REALLY looking forward to going back.
  6. JohnBrewer

    Lyme Regis Museum

    Soooo under the pretence of a holiday in the South West of England I took Dr B and little Violet to Lyme Regis and we, er, stumbled across Lyme Regis Museum which unbeknown to me had some paleontological specimens inside something to do with a certain Mary Anning I believe. Fortunately the museum has other things that Dr B was interested in (actually we all were), as a teacher of creative writing and a novelist, so my bacon was saved when it became apparent that John Fowles was curator there for two years and Jane Austin visited Lyme regularly.
  7. From the album: Multi-slabs

    Not sure what these are yet. Carboniferous limestone at Burley Hill near the quarry collected 2015.
  8. From the album: Various

    Pentacrinites Fosslis crinoid from Charmouth, Somerset, U.K.
  9. JohnBrewer

    Meyeria magna lobster, Isle of Wight, U.K.

    From the album: Crustaceans

    Meyeria magna, Atherfield, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, U.K. Cretaceous, lower greensand.
  10. JohnBrewer

    Multi-slab from Wrens Nest, Dudley, uk

    From the album: Multi-slabs

    Another slab from Wrens Nest, Dudley, The Midlands, U.K. Silurian Wenlock limestone formation.
  11. JohnBrewer

    Plesiosaur vertebra

    From the album: Marine reptiles

    Plesiosaur vertebra from Aust Cliff, Gloucestershire, U.K.
  12. JohnBrewer

    Slab from Wrens Nest, Dudley, U.K.

    From the album: Multi-slabs

    Crinoid slab from Wrens Nest, Dudley, The Midlands, UK. Silurian Wenlock Limestone Formation.
  13. JohnBrewer

    Ichthyosaur rostrum 2 (other side)

    From the album: Marine reptiles

    Ichthyosaur rostrum found on beach below Black Ven, Charmouth, U.K.
  14. JohnBrewer

    Ichthyosaur rostrum 1

    From the album: Marine reptiles

    Ichthyosaur rostrum found on beach below Black Ven, Charmouth, U.K.
  15. JohnBrewer

    Ichthyosaur vertebra

    From the album: Marine reptiles

    Ichthyosaur vertebra from Whitby, Yorkshire, U.K.
  16. JohnBrewer

    Ichthyosaur slab

    From the album: Marine reptiles

    Ichthyosaur vertebrae and ribs from Watchet Harbour, Somerset, UK. Bucklandi zone of the lower Lias
  17. JohnBrewer

    U.K. Fossil map

    I did post this a while ago on another forum but it might be useful here. Someone (I have no idea who) has spent time and effort to make this map of uk locations and put it up on Google maps. It's been useful for me. Wouldn't it be cool if the map was expanded worldwide! https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zKkgpgmdqasY.kL_ZtZbMvmag
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