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Fossil bone found on Tybee Island Beach in Georgia


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Need help identifying this fossil I found while trying to find shark teeth on Tybee Island in Georgia. One photo is in b&w so I could fit both sides on this post.image.thumb.jpg.b8b4d52c5be8a86af05a40503bb92e02.jpgIMG_2715.thumb.JPG.a9937d2d1162bd320402c9db50c6f0cf.JPG

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It looks like a fish skull element.

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Sea Robin skull.

I find these to be really cool looking.  :) 

Nice find. 
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First thing that came to my mind was fish skull.  If not I would just agree with Tim and Tony just so i could look like I was smart.  Ha!!!  :rofl:    But really a rather cool find.

 

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2 hours ago, cck said:

I always called them sea robin skulls, though I'm not sure if this is accurate...

Frontal bone of a Sea Robin.  The ornamentation is quite similar. 

 

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