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I have posted this pic on another thread but still would love any info about it. I have the opportunity to get this at a pretty low price. I am not experienced enough but it seems like these can be some really great dinosaur claw/horn/tusk fossils but I have no experience at all with dino fossils. If someone can help with the nautilus will help aswell if I want to ultimately purchase this lot.

 

Sorry to have been asking a lot of IDs lately! I appreciate anything!

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1 minute ago, turtlesteve said:

I think most of it is deer antler...

Yep, I honestly think so too...but then again I have no idea what some crappy quality dinosaur parts would look like. The nautilus/ammonite piece throws me off and makes me think something good can be in this lot but it does look like a bunch of deer antlers :/

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There are no dinosaur parts in there.  Yeah, a lot of deer antlers.  The bones look Pleistocene.  

 

The nautilus looks like a Cretacoeus one from Wyoming/South Dakota.  What's it doing in there is anyone's guess.

 

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10 minutes ago, jpc said:

There are no dinosaur parts in there.  Yeah, a lot of deer antlers.  The bones look Pleistocene.  

 

The nautilus looks like a Cretacoeus one from Wyoming/South Dakota.  What's it doing in there is anyone's guess.

 

Well, guess I should trust myself more. This is pretty much what I expected. Thank you, I would say case closed.

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