‘Mammoth’s penis’ found on north Norfolk coast

An amateur metal detector got the internet talking with his unusual find.

An amateur metal detector got the internet talking with an unusual find in north Norfolk.

Robert Mee unearthed a phallus-shaped fossil on the same stretch of coastline where the skeleton of a mammoth was discovered 27 years ago – prompting claims it is a mammoth penis.

He made the discovery following a visit to Hunstanton – just 30 miles from where the West Runton mammoth, which last walked on the Norfolk coast more than 700,000 years ago and is often referred to as an elephant, was found.

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