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ID fossil found Australia, skull, teeth

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MichellePonds

Found this today, Lower Hunter Valley, NSW Australia. Have only washed it clean but some teeth & bone look visible, 5cm X 5cm. Have found some larger things will clean & post soon. Thanks :) image.thumb.jpeg.50f3dee92147af4582130866530fbe44.jpegimage.thumb.jpeg.a8de393ba82eed0396bb62964a4b1687.jpegimage.thumb.jpeg.6d8a7524d4a1b89452022e003e1d5d0e.jpeg,image.thumb.jpeg.2a5a3d793a5a40ef7c41806d3d499db3.jpeg

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Fossildude19

Hmm. 

I'm not seeing any bone texture, and no enamel to indicate teeth, either. :unsure: 

I'm just seeing an oddly shaped rock. 

Wait for a few other opinions, though. :) 

Regards, 

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doushantuo

EUH.

I tend to agree with Tim,here.

Too few indications that it is a fossil.

You are allowed to disagree with us,but personally I'd like you to argue your case for it being biological more forcefully than at present

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Raggedy Man
24 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

Hmm. 

I'm not seeing any bone texture, and no enamel to indicate teeth, either. :unsure: 

I'm just seeing an oddly shaped rock. 

Wait for a few other opinions, though. :) 

Regards, 

Completely agree with Tim. Wouldnt discouraged though, many people find fossilwrongs and you live in Australia so you're definitely in the right place for fantastic finds. Keep searching!

 

Best regards,

Paul

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