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Dinosaur bone from Texas

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cl8n

Hi all! This is my first time posting, so please forgive me if these photos aren’t ideal. I purchased this fossil and was told that it’s a dinosaur bone that was found in Texas. I wish I had more specific information to go on, but I’m hoping someone could help me learn a bit more about what I have here. Thanks! 

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dinosaur man

Definitely bone, but without a location it’s going to be very difficult. And welcome to TFF!! 

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Troodon

Has the bone characteristics of a dino unfortunately without a provenance there is no way to support that call.   Its shape is also not diagnostic enough for me to describe it.  

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cl8n

Thanks for the replies, @Troodon and @dinosaur man! I figured that this was the case. I'm an avid fossil hunter myself but primarily deal with devonian fossils (mostly trilobites, crinoids and brachiopods) here in PA, so this is new territory for me and I appreciate the insight. 

 

I'm hoping that I find out exactly where in Texas it was discovered, if I do I'll be sure to post an update here.

 

Thanks again!

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