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Found a tiny perfect fossil today, nothing spectacular as far as fossils go but it’s amusing how tiny it is thought I’d share
 
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Yeah I suspected brachiopod, if I remember right the difference between those and clams are the plain of symmetry.

That’s the smallest totally clean fossil I’ve found, most are broken and at the least have a little tag of limestone attached somewhere
 
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