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Found in Round rock Texas, just north of Austin. Pieces found among weathered rubble at base of a limestone cliff rich in devils toenails, next to a creek. The Texas pocket geologic map I'm referencing is a bit confusing, showing the area to be at somewhat of a confluence of the "Del rio clay and Georgetown formation", Edwards limestone, Eagle ford group, and Buda Limestone. I'm very cautious about being the annoying newbie who calls every little rock he finds a fossil, so when I came across four large, curved, tooth shaped stones amid many devils toenails and scallops today
My girlfriend and I decided to go and dig around some this past weekend and did had an amazing time. Tons of smaller shark teeth, some vertebrae (one very cool not sure what), a few large teeth (not sure what), and a claw of some type (raptor for sure). I love to dig and trying to sharpen up a bit on types of fossils we find all input would be amazing thanks