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Hello fellow fossil lovers! I found these at a beach in NSW, Australia called caves beach after smashing open some rocks. Do you reckon either of them are fossils and if so what would they be?

 

Thanks.

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Ok I can see it now.

 

Looks like a nice glossopteris leaf and plant mash. Keep looking in the area, sounds like a good spot. 

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Yeah got seven pythons, some skinks, a dragon, a frog, some turtles, geckos and a tarantula.☺

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A velvet and 4 bynoe's rock geckos. 

(Here in Australia we can only keep natives to reduce risk of introduced pests)

 

What about you?☺

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Cool.

 

I have diamond python, broad leaftail geckos, thicktail geckos, stone/wood geckos, marbled geckos and some scorpions. I'm fairly new to the "hobby" so I'm always looking to expand my collection :) 

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