Lightweight. Measures 9cmm x 5cm x5cm. Found on seashore strandline, Isle of Skye.
No interactions present.
This is the sternum or keel of a small seabird. In fact it is almost certainly a puffin. Note the rear (right hand end) of the bone; there are two notches. All three common auks (puffin, razorbill and guillemot) have the lower notch but only the puffin has two - actually the upper one (in the photo) is a hole not a notch but part of the bone has broken off.
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Lat/Lng: 57.5001, -6.6359
OS grid ref: NG223550
Found on strandline at top of beach amongst kelp.