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JIMMFinsman

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Could use a little help with these.  Thanks!!!  Found on the beach in Delaware where we find many shark teeth, shell impressions, fossilized shells, bones etc.

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Welcome to the forum.  The first one doesn't look like a tooth to me.  Someone else will have to respond on the second item.  

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The old Delaware shuffle. Same answer as last time. The second one in the mix just might be a fragment of bone. I'm not confident of it though. 

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Rocks, for me.

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Thanks!  I was thinking rock after I saw some similar ones noted as "cementitious material".  The larger one I'm also not sure of but would be cool if it was a bone fragment!

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4 minutes ago, JIMMFinsman said:

Thanks!  I was thinking rock after I saw some similar ones noted as "cementitious material".  The larger one I'm also not sure of but would be cool if it was a bone fragment!

Definitely not bone.

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I agree that the larger one isn't bone, but it does have some interesting mineral shapes in it.  I can see why you're interested in it, particularly the darker banding.

 

Maybe karst or schist? One of our members more knowledgeable in geology may be able to help more.

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