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Melodee G

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I came across this in Oregon, and it appears to look like a skull. Any feedback would be appreciated. 

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Please be more precise about the location. This would help us to determine the stratigraphic range, which in turn narrows down the possibilities. Oregon is a pretty big place. Also please describe the circumstances under which this was found.

 

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No bone texture, and no skull morphology.
Looks like weathered limestone, to me.

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I agree with Tony.  This looks a lot like a chalcedony nodule.

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