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My Freshly Prepped Green Ammo From Seatown


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I've just had a fossil I found at seatown prepped. Just thought i would put some

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Wow! Great job! I love it that you took the extra effort to flatten the prepped matrix part.


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What a spectacular transformation!

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Omgosh, I was just looking at a rock that I have with a bump similar to your first photo. I was debating on what to do with it until I saw this! Thanks for sharing, you made my decision for me! :)

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Very well done prep job. I never would have thought something like that would be in the original nodule you found.



Geologists on the whole are inconsistent drivers. When a roadcut presents itself, they tend to lurch and weave. To them, the roadcut is a portal, a fragment of a regional story, a proscenium arch that leads their imaginations into the earth and through the surrounding terrain. - John McPhee

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