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Here is a really interesting bone. Despite being pretty small and a partial bone, this would be an excellent addition because you can get a great look inside of it. This is the type of bone that lends itself to some serious teaching I think. It is from Garfield County in Montana, Hell Creek Formation. 1 7/8" x 5/8" x 5/8". It is small and partial but it appears to be in excellent condition. It is listed as a raptor bone and my limited knowledge says that is a possibility. It sure looks like a theropod of some sort (bird, troodontid maybe I do not know). I would love to hear any and
I have a few pieces of bones I bought off an amateur fossil hunter. The rest are badly weathered and seem to resemble ribs. They come from a ranch in Montana, and found in the Hell Creek Formation. I've asked around but no one could give me a positive ID on the bone. I believe what I have here is a partial tibia. It measures 20 cm. I've tried contacting my local natural history museum but to no avail since they don't have a paleontology department (funny how their most expensive and valuable specimens are the 20+ million dollar diplodocus family)