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Is this bone or rock


lavenia24

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Does this look like cancellous material?

 

 

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I agree with you, Tim.

 

Bone would show a special structure, with many tiny holes in it. This piece lacks in it. Also, it has no symmetry or recognizeble bone fragment form. So my best guess would be a water worn Limestone.

Or rock for short.

I like fossils...

Thats all I have to say.

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So why would this price be shaped like a vertebrae from like a dinosaur or something close to that

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It isn't really shaped like a vertebra though.

(Vertebrae is plural.Veretbra is the singular.)

 

DINOSAUR VERTEBRA IMAGES.

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4 hours ago, lavenia24 said:

So why would this price be shaped like a vertebrae from like a dinosaur or something close to that

Welcome to the forum!  As others said, it's just an odd-shaped rock- possibly a flint nodule?

Don't get discouraged, we all started out this way; (at least I did)

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