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Bones in Aurora Matrix

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DSMJake

I ordered some fossil matrix from the Aurora Museum shop in North Carolina. The kids had an absolute blast going through it! We found a very worn vertebra that I was hoping someone might be able to identify. There was also another bone that looks awfully distinctive, but I have no idea what it is. Thanks in advance!

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ynot

First piece is a cetacean vert.

Other one is also a vert., but not sure of who's.

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DSMJake
1 hour ago, ynot said:

First piece is a cetacean vert.

Other one is also a vert., but not sure of who's.

Thanks! You gave me a jumping off point for the smaller bone... it looks like a cetacean fluke vert. 

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Plax

am surprised that something so large and nice would be in a bag of sediment. Congrats!

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