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Acrocanthosaur

Hello everyone!

ive got three slabs of prints created by an unknown prehistoric animal (if it’s even created by an animal) that had been in my collection for quite some time now. Since I’m on the forum and still requires a proper identification for it any identification help from ichnofossil experts are much appreciated! Here are some pictures of the fossils but since the prints might not be that clearly seen I uploaded some other pictures highlighting the “lumps” or the pattern made by the print. Hope that helps.

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I don't see prints. Could these patterns be from differential weathering of the rock?

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supertramp

something along counterseptaria

ciao

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5 hours ago, Scylla said:

I don't see prints. Could these patterns be from differential weathering of the rock?

I think they potentially could be wear marks. I just find it odd there are circular patterns on it. Thanks for your response!

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5 hours ago, supertramp said:

something along counterseptaria

ciao

Thanks! I’ll look that up

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