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I've been collecting rocks off of my local beaches for years now and they all get thrown in piles outside of my house until I have the time to go through and check out what I have accumulated, and I noticed this was in one of my many beach grabbings , ... Noticed that it looks alot like a dilapidated fossilized head of some sort it has clear indented spots where the eyessockets would be , and nostril holes that actually connect to inside of stone, align all the way thru to the other holes on each side , and the exterior of stone has lined slight formations of what looks where jaw line would ,lines where the teeth would've been. appears to me that it is a fossilized new world monkey because of the posterior tympanicum canal, it's on the flatter side where jawline ends . It rattles like there fragments in side , white flacklets come out if shake hard, out of the holes by mouth area. Strange . I don't know if y'all have used a rifle bullet casing to whistle from , well I can litterally wistle loudly thru the nose and ear hole ..
I collect rocks from the beach on Oregon . And I noticed this was in one of my many beach grabbings , rocks,and it appears to me that it is a fossilized monkey of some sort but it's squash down like it was liquefaction or something. I can litterally wistle loudly thru the nose and jaw and ear hole . All are connected and it rattles like monkey brains or bones inside has a entrance nose holes exit under the jaw and a big one right above it snows below its eyes . And obviously jaw line of teeth on both sides . And intended sockets for eyes on the side toward backof jaw has like a Like Frankenstein plug insertion . Similar to the rounding indication off the jaw of a monkey skeleton .. it looks like on monkey skulls , by mandular bone . that little roundlooking thing.