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Winner of the August 2020 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Month

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Fossildude19

Congratulations. :) 

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Troodon

Congratulations a very cool find

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Nautiloid

Congrats!

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grandpa

Congratulations; what a great find. :yay-smiley-1:

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Praefectus

Congratulations! Great find!

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Tidgy's Dad

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Tidgy is delighted with this result!

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JohnJ

Congratulations on an awesome find!

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FossilNerd

 Congrats! Very cool! B)

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hokietech96

Congratulations on an amazing find!

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sharkdoctor

Thanks, friends, for the votes and for completely making my month :)! What a lovely way to start the day! And a very appreciative shout out to the other entrants and their excellent finds.

 

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Vieira

Congratulations :dinothumb:

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Familyroadtrip

Congratulations!!!! Incredible find!!!

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old bones

Congratulations on a terrific find!:Smiling:

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jcbshark

Awesome find, congrats!:yay-smiley-1:

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Ancient Bones

Congratulations Sharkdoctor !!! A nice find !

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FossilDAWG

Congrats on a fantastic find!

 

Don

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digit

Spectacular find and terrific news that it will reside in the Calvert Marine Museum as part of their collection. I am assuming you have no underwater photos during it collection (especially if the visibility was less than a foot :oO:) but it would be nice to see any additional photos you might have taken during its collection.

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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Darbi

Congrats!

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Gizmo

Very nice, congrats! :thumbsu:       :yay-smiley-1:

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Mike from North Queensland

Congratulations nice specimen

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Ludwigia

Congrats!!

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Gizmo
3 hours ago, digit said:

Spectacular find and terrific news that it will reside in the Calvert Marine Museum as part of their collection. I am assuming you have no underwater photos during it collection (especially if the visibility was less than a foot :oO:) but it would be nice to see any additional photos you might have taken during its collection.

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

Here you go Ken, please use the MP4 link in the next line for the movie. The image below is a screenshot.

PICT0009.mp4.MP4

 

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Coco

Hi,

 

Congrats !

 

Coco

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digit
15 hours ago, Gizmo said:

Here you go Ken, please use the MP4 link in the next line for the movie. The image below is a screenshot.

Wow! Very tannic water. Tricky to see the exposed bone in the video--I'm assuming it was a bit more obvious in person. Good eyes in spotting it and great technique in recovering it.

 

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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