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Just wondering if anyone can help with identifying what this is. Found in southern Alberta. Dinosaur Park formation. 

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Fossildude19

This looks like a concretion, to me. 

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31 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

This looks like a concretion, to me. 

Thanks. Might have to cut it open and see what the inside looks like. 

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hemipristis
40 minutes ago, Lorney said:

Thanks. Might have to cut it open and see what the inside looks like. 

I concur w @fossildude , concreting.

 

instead of cutting it open, where you may cross-cut a potential fossil, you may wish to consider the freeze-thaw approach that ppl use for Mazon Creek fossils 

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12 minutes ago, hemipristis said:

I concur w @fossildude , concreting.

 

instead of cutting it open, where you may cross-cut a potential fossil, you may wish to consider the freeze-thaw approach that ppl use for Mazon Creek fossils 

Ok thank you. I will look it up.

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