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Is This A Fossil?


gtheo

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I don't think it is. It lacks symmetry so may be a jellyfish or something. It depends how old your rock deposit is, and if its marine or something else.

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It could be bioturbation, or even a coprolite. In any case, it is not a body fossil of any sort.

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