SCOMBRINUS MACROPOMUS (AGASSIZ)
This may be the third specimen ever found.
The first half of this specimen was found washing out of the clay and it was obvious that it belonged to a large Scombroid type fish. It was two weeks later that I found the front part (above) washing from a slip over a metre away from the initial find. As you can see, the teeth are clearly visible. In fact I walked past it but then discovered it on my way home and very lucky to do so as often the other parts are destroyed by wave action before they can be found.
Cleaned and prepped specimen with the break clearly visible.
View from above
Detail of teeth.