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Just found this at a yard sale in Merrill Oregon, I do not know if I have an egg or coprolite. Can someone please tell me?


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Looks a wee bit on the concretion side, and a double. I was thinking septarian nodule at first, but the fractures are not bonded. If it's a concretion, could contain a fossil inside! :)

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I agree, ... concretion.



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ditto, you might try to split it open

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Looks very much what we use to call Mokee marbles from Utah. We use to throw them into the campfire and they would get super hot and explode. Kids loved em. Im not saying they are, but could be.

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