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Saber IDRISS

Could you please help me in the identification of this fossil ?

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Saber IDRISS

hi Everybody ! I am new in this forum . Could you please help me in the identification of this fossil ? Age is still underestimation , but most probably Mio-Plio Quaternary.

Location : Travertine outcrops , Tunisia (floor tile , 20 cm X 20 cm for scale).

Thank you in advance ! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thank you in advance ! 

Best regards. 74211320_963054850746438_1970726128653959168_n.jpg.2d2f87edf0c6998ff9a65f3678ab0ff3.jpg

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Tidgy's Dad

Hello, and a very warm welcome to TFF from Morocco. 

I've been collecting in Tunisia and had a great time. :)

I don't know what your object is for sure, but I know there are some very weird sponges found in the Miocene and Pliocene sediments. 

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Rockwood

A look at what appears to be a broken surface might be helpful. Concentric, travertine ? :look:

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westcoast

+ 1 for a form of travertine

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Al Tahan

I have to agree and say this looks more geologic in nature. I wouldn’t be able to say anymore than that but I don’t think it’s a fossil. Still very interesting I would say. 

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