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Andrew Forbes and John Mackay scoured the cliffs just west of Dover  UK. The climb down was for the centre top. The fossils were at sea level far right. Now look what came out of the chalk and silty layers. 

First the beautiful white ammonite shell with absolutely embroidery like markings.

PLUS a truly beautiful jet black sharks tooth,

The sharks tooth was mixed with a land plants, which when John carefully excavated one,
it also seemed to have a thorny projection.

Talk about the evidence of flood deposition. Keep up with our finds ON INSTAGRAM

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