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Identification Help Required - Dino Egg?


Lakota

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Hi, new here and looking for some help to identify this.

It is approx 16.5cms & weighs in at just under 2.5kgs

It is from the Saint-Quentin-Fallavier area of France & that is about all i know.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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It's not an egg. It's a natural formation called a concretion. Yours is a really cool one with that bumpy texture. I'd keep it.

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really great quality pix! I would say it's a chert nodule. Very nice.

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