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Possible bones? Whale?


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Jess1313

These are from Florida. But I don't have a clue what they could be. They look like regular bones, or even rocks to me.

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Rockwood

The first, and again the last are rib fragments from marine mammals. The first appears to be only partially pachyostotic indicating a cetacean. The last I believe is from a dougong/manatee rib.

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mr fossil

images 3 and 6 look like meteorites to check you should place a magnet and see if they are attract each other if so then they are most likely meteorites

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6 minutes ago, mr fossil said:

images 3 and 6 look like meteorites to check you should place a magnet and see if they are attract each other if so then they are most likely meteorites

Sometimes. I have a box full of meteorites and tektites and none of them are magnetic.

 

however, I agree that those two are are likely candidates.

 

we will need views of sides and edges on most of these to be more definitive.

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Mahnmut

I think that those two are one candidate.

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J

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Jess1313

Pictures 3 and 6 are the same specimen. I used a refrigerator magnet to test them, but no sign of metal.

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