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JarrodB

North Sulphur River Texas mystery vert. It could be Pleistocene or Cretaceous. No doubt it's fossilized. Both ends are concave. 

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garyc

Take this with a grain of salt.... I think it looks like a sloth caudal vert.

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Max-fossils

Looks more like a kind of fish vert to me.

Here is a picture of a (Holocene) fish vert my family found at Kwade Hoek, a beach in Zeeland (Netherlands).

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As you can see, the general shape is similar (normally, they have two 'wings' but both yours and mine are missing one). Take in mind though that yours is very worn though, which is why the texture seems different.

By the way, yours is most probably Pleistocene (not sure though).

 

Nice find :)

 

Max

 

 

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