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Fossils43 of 87Fossilized Pliosaur Humerus Bone with Pyrite DisplacementFossil my 9 year old found
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    Posted 6 years ago

    pglenn1970
    (36 items)

    I'm a Native American fan
    We have here what seems like it is petrified
    It about the size 5 inch long x4 inches wide x2.5 tall. ....quite an specimen. I hope there is a genius aboard. I know it wouldtake a general genius to guess where this specimen is from
    And one to guess at the age. I would say maybe pre 1 AD. If right. Well am I close. I have hopes of reading the informationyou have or can fins. Thanks

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    1. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 6 years ago
      Your fossil can be 359 million years old... It's lepidodendron, an extinct tree.

      T A
    2. pglenn1970 pglenn1970, 6 years ago
      Thanks.
      Person to person. I want to say thanks
      So what do you think about this one. Is it considered somewhat different or rare.
    3. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 6 years ago
      Some may argue that it is called Stigmaria, as it is the root of the tree, I will let that fight up to you ;) As this is tree that formed most of the coal reserves, it isn't very rare, but still cool and a nice find.

      T A
    4. aura, 6 years ago
      meabe a cactus
    5. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 6 years ago
      I assure you it's not a cactus.

      T A
    6. martika martika, 5 years ago
      Very interesting !!!

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