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Sea urchin - others will be able to narrow down what type.

Neat find.

Regards,

EDIT: If you give a top view we may be able to get more specific. :)

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Looks like Echinocorys conica preserved in flint. That would make it upper cretaceous Campanian....on second thought, I'm not so sure about the species any more, since the after appears to be in the wrong place.

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