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Brian Roland, March 9 in Fossil ID
All I see are a bunch of rocks with possible chert inclusions.
I'm also not seeing any fossils in these rocks.
I agree... these are often called prairie agates. Not fossils, just cool rocks.
I saw your message. I agree with JPC. Some times rocks look like things we think they might be. I would look up fossils found in the area that you hunted and compare them to your finds to see the difference. These just look like rocks...though they're still neat looking and worthy of a rock garden.
I would say that but at the same time at this farm a 70 year old man collected rocks his whole life from around the world and brought them here he loved copralite and there is a bunch out here I wouldn't call them fossils but poop fossils is still a type of fossils and im sure they didn't all come from this farm jus like out front there is a giant lumpy Boulder made up of 1 inch balls not sure what it is kinda looks like coral not sure if I post it can u tell me what it is I'd appreciate it and what makes copralite copralite exactly thanks for your comments they are asorbed and appreciated trying to spread my knowledge
Sorry, but I see no coprolites pictured here at all.
I have to agree with the others I’m afraid.
All I see is rocks with interesting shapes. It would help us to better understand what you're saying if you could at least use periods and capital letters.
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