If you are lucky, and if you have a trained eye, you might be able to find it in The Netherlands, while walking on the beach. Not just everywhere of course. But it could be close to the large harbour of Rotterdam.
For the development of the new port and industrial area 'Maasvlakte 2', large sand suppletions with sand from the bottom of the North Sea, has taken place. This has resulted in 'unearthing' bones, stones and shells.
The Port Authority has created a special website where
people can post their findings (categories mammals, sea mammals, human remains and artefacts) which can be determined by others.
Just to give you an idea about what's been lying around on the beach, visit the oervondstchecker (pre-historic-findings-definer).
In Futureland, the informationcentre about the new industrial area, you can also see some of the findings. One of it's contributors, is fossil hunter Walter Langendoen, specialised in finding Hyena poo.
Have a look at the video, named 'The guy that finds fossils every day near the harbour of Rotterdam' in this page: https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2017/04/13/kijken-de-man-die-dagelijks-fossielen-vindt-bij-de-rotterdamse-haven-a1554276
You might not understand dutch, but you can sure enjoy the beautiful view (by drone) of the beach and Walter's findings.
In case you are interested in fossil findings from the North Sea, you might also enjoy reading the following article 'Redisovery of the swallowed North Sea land' with google translate: