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I bought a collection of water worn IoW bone fragments to have a go at slicing and polishing and amongst them I found what looks like a humerus. Could this be a small dinosaur humerus, something like Ankylosaurus?

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yes-it-is
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Thanks Rob, I was beginning to think it was wishful thinking.

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Hi

This is a good link for Research gate showing all Ankylosaurus bones.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/237169223_Redescription_of_Ankylosaurus_magniventris_Brown_1908_Ankylosauridae_from_the_Upper_Cretaceous_of_the_Western_Interior_of_North_America.

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Thanks, I shall look at that.

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