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Winner of the December 2020 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Month

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The winner of the November 2020 VFOTM goes to...

 

Nanosaurus sp. ornithischian jaw - Late Jurassic, Morrison Formation - Natrona County, Wyoming

Congratulations to @jpc !!!

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RJB

Super cool fossil!  Congrats

 

RB

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Bobby Rico

Wonderful find congratulations 

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jcbshark

Beautiful find, congrats :yay-smiley-1:

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sharkdoctor

Great find! Congrats!:fistbump:

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Jeffrey P

A gorgeous exceptional specimen and worthy winner. Congratulations jpc.

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Praefectus

Nice find! Congratulations! :yay-smiley-1:

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Fossildude19
58 minutes ago, Jeffrey P said:

A gorgeous exceptional specimen and worthy winner. Congratulations jpc.

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JohnJ

Congrats!  @jpc

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grandpa

Congratulations on the win and on a great fossil!

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Monica

What a super-cool fossil - congratulations!!!

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caterpillar

Nice job Usain!!

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jpc

Thanks everyone.  Yes, it is a really nice fossil.  A great addition to my collection.  

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hokietech96

Amazing!  Congratulations!

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Coco

Congratulations J.-P. ! It is a very beautiful fossil, rare, that I enjoy seeing, and also a very great preparation work worthy of the best Swiss watchmakers ! That said, I would like to see a close-up of a tooth to see the details, they are so beautiful...

 

Coco

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Pagurus

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You couldn't find one back here in Massachusetts, huh?

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Mike from North Queensland

Congratulatins nice specimen

 

Mike

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Ludwigia

Way to go JP!

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old bones

What a cool fossil! Love those intricate teeth! Congratulations :)

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Ancient Bones

Congratulations JPC !  A stunning find.

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jeannie55

Congratulations and an excellent job in finding and prepping. 

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Al Tahan

Love the teeth on this one...congratulations!!

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Shellseeker

That is truly amazing and FANTASTIC prep job..... I always like to look up something that tells me what the animal looked like, especially dinosaurs...

https://dinosaurpictures.org/Nanosaurus-pictures

I never would have seen the beauty of the inside of Nanosaurus teeth except your expertise,  Thanks ,  Jack

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Nimravis

Great find, congratulations.

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PaleoNoel

Awesome find! Well deserved award! :default_clap2:

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