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July 13, 2018 in Fossil ID
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I'm seeing typical mineralization / moisture deposits in a cave, not a fossil.
Have a look at some of our pinned topics in Fossil ID to get a better sense of the information one ought to provide (such as something to indicate scale, location, etc.).
As Kane has pointed out, typical cave limestone formations. In which dissolved minerals that have leached through the cave ceiling begin depositing in a drip formation.
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+1 for flowstone. No fossils that I can see.
Related to fossils/anything biogenic insofar as there's microbial involvement in "speleothem carbonates"*.
(*some of you might like to google that)
Most of us surmised correctly we are dealing with pics taken in a cave here ,but it would have been slightly better to have mentioned that fact
yes,taken in cave, they very in size,from around 4 inches to 2 feet long,
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