…”It’s that time of year for the Stamford and District Geological Society to start their winter lecture program at Tinwell Village hall.” Our first talk is titled “The mass grave in the coal mine – the iguanodons of Bernissart” by Franziska Norman, a geology student, Open University and Cambridgeshire Geological Society member.
Three interesting finds found from a small Oxford Clay exposure by one of our members on a recent organised quarry visit. All three would appear to be from one of many different Jurassic Chrondrichthyes (cartilaginous fish) to be found in the once warm shallow seas around Peterborough.
These two are skull fragments and are likely to be from one of many species fish to be found.
And an anterior tooth probably from the Hybodont shark Asteracanthus ornatissimus.