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One of numerous bones found on beach in NJ

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A1pha

Possible ids?  TY 0724D57B-8C01-479E-BA0C-E2396CE88573.thumb.jpeg.5ba71d9cd1292173159768e10ab26959.jpeg

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ynot

Welcome to TFF!

Sorry, but there are no distinguishing features on this piece of bone.

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A1pha

Thank you...  interesting but frustrating for me as well.  Is there a “distinguishing feature” that I may not have captured in the photos?  Are there any physical aspects that could potentially lead to a “category” to begin a search?  

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ynot

Sorry, no. The piece is just to eroded.

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Rockwood
2 hours ago, A1pha said:

Are there any physical aspects that could potentially lead to a “category” to begin a search?  

If it smells like burnt hair when you put a lighter to it you can say it's a modern bone as opposed to being a fossil.

That's something. :)

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The Jersey Devil

There’s a chance it is Pleistocene. The Pleistocene Gardners Clay runs off shore.

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