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I'm very happy to have had this back from prepping. It is three articulated vertebra from an Ichthyosaur (fish lizard) From the lower Jurasic (aprox 195 million years old) It is from the back end of the rib cage, as the rib attachments are at the bottom of the vertebra. The animal would be facing right (rib attachment node is towards the front of the vertebra) The nural arch is towards the top.

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Hydrangea

A good find Mark, very nicely prepared.
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