Apologies to a reader whose comment was accidentally deleted. Greg Laden suggested th feature at the top of the picture was tire track:)
Looks metazoan to me, is it a deuterostome bilaterian?
Yes. It is a fish
I know pretty much nothing about identifying fossils, so I'll just make a wild guess.That's a spine at the bottom-right, so this is... an ancient shark, similar to modern spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthius).My take on S. acanthius at http://brummellblog.blogspot.com/search?q=dogfish
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