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Mji2001

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Is this rock special or just an odd coincidence?

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I`m afraid it is as you suspect just a rock with some mineral inclusions, probably igneous,although my field is not in geology. There is nothing organic demonstrated.

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I agree, it's definitely a Pterodactyl eating a fish... [biggrin]
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Hello, yeah, pterodactyl allright, but what species of fish? [biggrin][biggrin]

greetings, Bert

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