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Ice Age bone ID. North Texas

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John S.

Hey guys can anyone recognize what this piece of bone is from? It matches the look of Pleistocene material from my area, far north central Texas. Thanks!

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fifbrindacier

Hi, does it smell when you burn it ?

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John S.

I’ll try that thanks 

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Mark Kmiecik

Are those photos of four bones or two bones?

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John S.
32 minutes ago, Mark Kmiecik said:

Are those photos of four bones or two bones?

All one bone 

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Mark Kmiecik
2 minutes ago, John S. said:

All one bone 

One? Ok, let me look at that again. Thanks.

 

EDIT: Ah, I see it now.

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John S.
18 minutes ago, Mark Kmiecik said:

One? Ok, let me look at that again. Thanks.

 

EDIT: Ah, I see it now.

Thanks for your time!

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Mark Kmiecik
1 minute ago, John S. said:

Thanks for your time!

No problem, except figuring out what it is. I'm not a bone guy but have some limited animal anatomy skills, but I can't even figure which bone this may be, let alone which animal. I think you'll have to wait for someone with a bit more knowledge.

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John S.
3 minutes ago, Mark Kmiecik said:

No problem, except figuring out what it is. I'm not a bone guy but have some limited animal anatomy skills, but I can't even figure which bone this may be, let alone which animal. I think you'll have to wait for someone with a bit more knowledge.

Ha no problem thanks! It’s not a lot to go on I know. I was comparing it to the bottom of a mammoth radius bone shown here. Maybe a sub adult?

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Mark Kmiecik
12 minutes ago, John S. said:

Ha no problem thanks! It’s not a lot to go on I know. I was comparing it to the bottom of a mammoth radius bone shown here. Maybe a sub adult?

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There is some similarity there and this photo also explains the size and proportions, which is what I was having a problem with.

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John S.

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John S.

I always dream of finding a Dino bone. Always a tiny chance in my area. Any more ideas?

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