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Unfortunately, I don't see any fossils here. 

 

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I agree with my predecessors.

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Im just sharing what Andrew Fark form The Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology here in California told me I had found. Location Seligman AZ CA border if you notice the multiple layers of dermis, as mud does not build up cracks in layers because it would desolve and turn into a clump of mud soon as it got wet again. If the skin in the photos were made of mud I could see why you think mud and flowstone. photos 2 and 3  have interesting scale patter5 and 6 you can see the layers and a patch of scale. if you look in the link that was sent by the moderator you will notice curling of silty mud and wide cracking and they are right about similar patterns but if you noticed there are no layers just one and a significant difference in look and will not dissolve break or crumble  when wet. thank you for looking 

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What did Dr Farke say your skin and scutes belong to?

 

What formation, age or locality are your objects from?

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1 hour ago, -Andy- said:

What did Dr Farke say your skin and scutes belong to?

 

What formation, age or locality are your objects from?

The OP mentions Triassic in his tags. 

As well as Ankylosaurus and Stegosaurus. 

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12 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

The OP mentions Triassic in his tags. 

As well as Ankylosaurus and Stegosaurus. 

 

Thanks. I don't believe Dr Farke would have said those were Ankylosaurus and Stegosaurus from the Triassic though

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1 hour ago, -Andy- said:

 

Thanks. I don't believe Dr Farke would have said those were Ankylosaurus and Stegosaurus from the Triassic though

One supposes that you are correct.

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