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DavidLigo

Я имел в виду - моллюск

I meant clam. 

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fifbrindacier

Hi, where does it come from and do you know the geologic age ?

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Rockwood

Bivalve steinkern I think.

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Fossildude19
15 hours ago, DavidLigo said:

Я имел в виду - моллюск

I meant clam. 

Please make an effort to use a translator.

This is an international Forum, but English is the main language used.

Thanks. 

 

 

Пожалуйста, приложите усилия, чтобы использовать переводчик.

Это международный форум, но основным языком является английский.

Благодарю.

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fifbrindacier

I also think those are steikerns of bivalves. And i also agree it would be better if you wrote it in English, i understand it can be hard for you because it is a foreign language (as for me), plus a foreign alphabet.

 

Я также думаю, что это суйкерны двустворчатых. И я также согласен, было бы лучше, если вы написали его на английском языке, я понимаю, это может быть трудно для вас, потому что это иностранный язык (как для меня), а также иностранный алфавит.

 

I used a dictionnary on line to try to translate this, and i hope it worked well.

Я использовал дикционнари на линии, чтобы попытаться перевести это, и я надеюсь, что он работал хорошо.:D

 

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fifbrindacier

Where is Jarakuduk ?

Где Находится Ямакудук?

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DavidLigo

unfortunate translation. you look further.

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fifbrindacier

In English please.

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DavidLigo

inserted the text in English, but something went wrong. I will try once again. Yes, sorry, I just did not manage to make the description, urgent business appeared. It was revealed in Uzbekistan, Dzharakuduk, Turonian, red ferruterous sands in contact with green clays, spring of this year. I called it a hoof only because of external similarity. Thanks for comments, I study thanks to you!

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DavidLigo

The translation by means of PROMT. Now it is normal?

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Coco

Hi,

 

Yes ! :dinothumb:

 

Coco

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DavidLigo

Привет, Коко! Я рад, что так получилось!

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Coco

No :shakehead:

 

Coco

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fifbrindacier

Hi, i think like @Rockwood that those are internal casts of bivalves. It will be hard to be more precise on their identification.

Привет, я думаю, как @Rockwood, что это внутренние слепки двустворчатых. Будет трудно быть более точным по их идентификации.

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