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KraZshardLady

I have no idea what this could be, fossil or rock. It was found in the creek behind our house like most everything else I have posted, in Bucks County, Pa, not far from the Delaware river. 20171016_223911.thumb.jpg.9687aca707488c7da0cdb6f88d2507b2.jpg

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KraZshardLady

Tried getting this in with the post but couldn't for some reason. Also think this posted twice but I couldn't figure out how to delete the other one so please try to reply to this one. I just hope y'all can see it well enough to make a guess.20171210_212501.thumb.jpg.7af08d4da9e4c79d97cfd660f14b03d0.jpg

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coled18

It looks like a piece of really worn down iron or just an iron concretion, lets see what others have to say though. 

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ynot

If it is magnetic - an old piece of rusted iron. If not magnetic - then a concretion.

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bone2stone

If the magnet trick does not work.

Take some out door pics from different angles.

Pics a little out of focus.

 

Jess B

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Ludwigia

I agree with Jess. We need more descriptive photos.

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