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JimWilliams

help with this fossil found in Aurora, NC

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JimWilliams

Found this a couple of years ago while searching in the phosphate mine spoils in Aurora. Not sure exactly what it is.

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Troodon

A vertebra of a cetacean probably whale being that large.

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Carl

Agreed.

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JimWilliams

Thanks for the quick replies and help :)

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ynot

+1 foe whale vert.

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Wolf89

big whale vert

 

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Vieira

I agree with a cetacean vertebra

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goatinformationist

Uncle Pierce's phosphate mine in Florida turned these puppies up by the bucket load.  That was in 1902.  Those were the days.

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