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Brazos River, Texas - Claws, Teeth, Bones


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 I found this claw, toe bones and other bones and teeth on the Brazos River, Texas.

 

 

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Good start, Sloth claw?

 

Jess B.

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Welcome to the forum! Nice find!

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Thanks, y'all .... I'm not sure if this is a Sloth Claw or not. I do have sloth claw cores. Someone suggested it might be from a Ornithomimidae claw.

 

I have other pictures but can't post them. I'm posting this link to the FB Fossil Forum. 

 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/135008766530423/permalink/1453390311358922/

 

 

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Nice sloth claws Mike. Welcome to TFF.

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2 hours ago, Mike Price said:

 Someone suggested it might be from a Ornithomimidae claw.

 

 

 

Not sure what it is but definitely not dinosaurian.  It's missing blood grooves and other features that would suggest dinosaurian 

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2 hours ago, Mike Price said:

have other pictures but can't post them.

There is a 4 megabyte limit per post.

You should be able to add pictures in the replies to the subject.

 

Nice find.

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This picture shows a big cartilage or blood vessel void. The hole is about 1/4 deep.

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Help.... I'm trying to upload pics, like the ones above, and the board won't let me. Ive had a hard time posting all the pics on this thread. Is there a fix?

 

 

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If the pictures have been resized to the correct size, try "refresh"

The limit  is per post.

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fossilized6s

Your last pics look like Mammoth tooth fragments. 

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Any thoughts on the this type of tooth?

 

And your thoughts on removing some more of the excess rock or matrix from the crown?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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