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Texas325123

Can any one tell me what this fossilized egg is. 

 

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caldigger

A poorly preserved Favorsites?

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Rockwood

If you can give us a bit closer look, perhaps more pixels, it wouldn't hurt. But I think it's a concretion. Sort of septarian looking.

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Fossildude19

This actually looks like a misshapen, weathered/melted  golf ball, to me. :unsure: 

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JohnBrewer

It’s very unlikely to be an egg. I’m 100% sure. Don’t think it’s favorsites either.  It does have an interesting texture tho. 

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Rockwood
14 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

This actually looks like a misshapen, weathered golf ball, to me.

I'm feeling better about these Maine winters just imagining the heat it took. :)

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WhodamanHD
1 hour ago, Rockwood said:

I'm feeling better about these Maine winters just imagining the heat it took. :)

You can cook bacon and eggs on asphalt in some days in Texas, however up north you can make ice cream without ice in the winter...

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