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TomBailey

Hi peeps, I just found this at Yaverland Beach, Isle Of Wight, United Kingdom. Wondering if it’s a dinosaur bone?

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could be... looks like an end of a tail vertebra.  I can't remember the geo Yaverland... are dinos a real possibility there?

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Troodon

Yep part of wealden group.  Could also be a the end of a metacarpal of an iguanodont

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ParkerPaleo

Reminded me of caudal verts as well.

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val horn

There are some really good museums on the isle of wight where they are very familiar with the local fossils

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