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Help Identifying fossil. Possible turtle or Crustacean?

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Need help identifying what I'm guessing is a Fossilized Crustacean or turtle that I found this week on Yellowstone River.  Any help would be highly appreciated.   

 

 

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Kane

Welcome to the Forum. :) 

 

I'm not seeing either here. The two "lobes" are certainly suggestive of something fossiliferous, but this is more likely due to sedimentary weathering. 

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Fossildude19

Sorry, but I am not seeing anything fossil related here.

Looks more like a possible nodule or concretion.

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Rockwood
2 minutes ago, Kane said:

The two "lobes" are certainly suggestive of something,

I noticed that too. (Thought it best to not go there though :))

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RJB

 Looks like a rock.

 

RB

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