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Hi all. So I'm gonna take the plunge and try some prep, but want to destroy minimally, so to speak. Attached are 3 fossils. I will save the skull for last as it seems quite unique. I was thinking of starting with the shells in limestone. It is quite soft. The other two are very hard. I have a CP kit and a 8315 with a long point on order, and bought a stereo scope (I'll attach the thread for the scope below shortly). Can you fine folks suggest any particular method of attack on these? Anyone see anything in the matrix that is of concern? The jaw labeling is per a discussion with @Boesse and oth
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Last Saturday I was lucky enough to pull a nice odontoceti (whale) tooth from a favorite little (literally) spot on the Peace River. This location has very chunky gravel and often reveals nice prizes to repay the effort of digging through golf ball to bowling ball size gravel (if gravel is even an appropriate term for pieces that large). I've found the occasional piece of Long-beaked Dolphin (Kentrodontidae) jaw bone with its distinctive long groove punctuated with dental alveoli (tooth sockets) or the rare small tooth from this species.The item I found on Saturday is significantly larger than