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Some of my most interesting finds.


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I have been researching a theory for 4 years of mine that I am working on proving to the public. These are a very few of my Wooden collection. I hope this is not the wrong place to post, but these are rather confusing what to call them.  I found these in TN, on several different private owned properties.  Most of us would probably call these trees as we were taught, but I beg the differ. These are only a very few, but I think it is some ancient horse in one pic, one is squid, one either a swimming, or flying animal, the one with the eye, one ia a long wood snout, and one is a piece of tree, but you can see the remaining skin embedded.  Screenshot_20240313_075404_Chrome.thumb.jpg.dd9a398724e4413418a83e9216c6b92e.jpg

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I do not understand well, you put in the "fossil identification" part of the recent wooden objects ? What is the interest? April 1st may not be over with you...

 

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OUTIL POUR MESURER VOS FOSSILES : ici

Ma bibliothèque PDF 1 (Poissons et sélaciens récents & fossiles) : ici
Ma bibliothèque PDF 2 (Animaux vivants - sans poissons ni sélaciens) : ici
Mâchoires sélaciennes récentes : ici
Hétérodontiques et sélaciens : ici
Oeufs sélaciens récents : ici
Otolithes de poissons récents ! ici

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I see parts of trees. The last pic is rather interesting.

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We'll need photos from above and below, left and right, near end and far end of each item to help with identification.

 

 

Mark.

 

Fossil hunting is easy -- they don't run away when you shoot at them!

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Pareidolia.
These are not fossils. :(

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So Coco is it not a fossil if wooden? Like I said it is a odd situation.  Obviously you will be of no help. 

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And yes, parts of trees may be what you see, but it's far deeper than that. If you can't see the Animals present, then keep seeing them as trees. 

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As a science based forum, we abide by science. If you have actual evidence, and stringent testing according to a proper methodology, we will look forward to reading your peer-reviewed article in the future. ;) 

 

As we will have to agree to disagree, please take your specimens to your local natural history museum or university earth sciences department where they can be examined in hand.. We wish you well.

 

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16 minutes ago, deeds80 said:

So Coco is it not a fossil if wooden? Like I said it is a odd situation.  Obviously you will be of no help. 

No, it isn't a fossil.

 

If the wood was fossilized, it would be a fossil.

 

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