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ynot

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Is this the same bone as in Your other thread?

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Mikedchef

Not the same, I found it in close proximity 

Any ideas on what they could be?

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ynot

Sorry I do not know bones that well.

@Harry Pristis may be able to help.

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Macrophyseter
40 minutes ago, ynot said:

Sorry I do not know bones that well.

But maybe you could guess??? I mean a wrong guess isnt gonna cause any chaos.

 

It kinda looks to me like some sort of extremely worn down, maybe even articulated vertebra of some sort. I'm probably wrong thou.

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garyc

Horse medial phalanx. 

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FossilDudeCO

It is a toe/foot bone.

Being that I'm no help! Horse looks like a good answer though

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ynot
2 hours ago, Macrophyseter said:

But maybe you could guess??? I mean a wrong guess isnt gonna cause any chaos.

 

It kinda looks to me like some sort of extremely worn down, maybe even articulated vertebra of some sort. I'm probably wrong thou.

If I have an idea then I will make a guess, but if I do not I will not guess blind. It really does no good to make uneducated guesses public (I keep those to Myself:ninja:).

And if I am making a guess then I will make it clear that I am not sure of My statement.:wacko:

Even at that I have been wrong more than I like in My replies, so I should be even more reserved in what I reply to.

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