Fossilised fearn. Yep, that’s it. No question about it. No, seriously, that’s what it is. I was so disappointed with how easy the last one was that I’ve gone and spoiled all the fun.
Anyway, if you think you know what it really is (I’ve told you already, it is a fossilised fearn), or – even better – you have a hilariously silly concept of what it might be but definitely isn’t (so, anything but a fossilised fearn, as that is what it is), drop us a line and get your suggestion printed in the magazine next month.
Why would you need a clue? I’ve told you its a fossilised fearn. It’s obvious! Look at how its not its ‘natural colour’. How it is ‘cold to the touch’ thanks to the fossilisation process. How its intricate structure has ‘naturally formed’ when you look ‘close-up’.