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Cave Fossils?


daniel1771

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Hello and welcome to the forum.

 

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.).

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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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Fossildude19

Welcome to the Forum. :)

 

+1 for flowstone. No fossils that I can see.

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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

 

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