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Help identify large vertebrae found in POC

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galaxy777

Hello,

I found this beauty in Post Oak Creek last week; and I have absolutely no Idea what this vertebrae could be from. I am used to finding various shark/fish verts in the creek, but nothing such as this. Help!

Post oak creek is in Sherman, Tx.

Cretaceous, Gulf Series - Upper Eagle Ford, Lower Austin Group.

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The Amateur Paleontologist

In my opinion, maybe a plesiosaur vertebra?

-Christian

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LordTrilobite

Very eroded. But I'd say that looks like reptile. And I agree that plesiosaur might be a good match.

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galaxy777

That would be amazing. Thanks! 

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