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Please help me identify and curious approximately how old these are. Thank you 

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It looks like an internal impression  of a scallop with some shell  remaing.

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"The Newport area is predominantly composed of five geologic units: the Nye Mudstone, the Astoria formation, the Yaquina formation, the Cape Foulweather basalt, and the Quaternary marine deposits." LINK to PDF.

 

Newport Oregon geologic units

 

Fossils you can find on Oregon Beaches

 

Kathrinella angustri  or  Vertipecten fucanus.

 

 

 

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