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Over the holiday weekend we managed to head North to Wyoming. A few pictures and a few "finds" enjoy Started off with a Badger Headed to a place called "talking rock" Checked out some of the indian work and took a few pictures. The Indians would sit in these spaces and work on there arrowheads. Not much shade to be found out on the prairie. Lots of small pieces covering the ground that had been worked.
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Dear Guys, Yesterday I found small and sharp claw core which is 3,1 cm length, quite straight and have one dimple in the articular part. The age of bone is late Pleistocene because the sand around in Varena town (South Lithuania) appeared in the last glaciation. Any idea which mammal bone is this? Best Regards Domas
Dear Guys, Today I found very small (3,1 cm length) sharp bone, by me it should be phalange of claw and by the appearance I think it should be something like badger. The age is Late Pleistocene, it is from sand layers of South Lithuania. Any idea what is this? Best Regards Domas