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Gandalf the White
Is this fossil bone or wood. By my observation I think this is either a bit of wood or a bit of ulna and radius of a dinosaur (basicly the arm bones) because it has two black parts to it on the inside of the fossil (Shown on picture 5 6 7). Click image for larger version - Name: 8E9F9B49-3FE8-4C52-B78F-B54B6811A502.jpeg, Views: 71, Size: 1.89 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 1549CFC5-5D01-4619-BAC4-A3B20244C340.jpeg, Views: 63, Size: 1.89 MB Click image for larger version - Name: F626C543-2D0D-4401-88E7-5EE54718AA48.jpeg, Views: 64, Size: 1.94 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 598AF4E1-0FB0-491E-9D03-0546278141FA.jpeg, Views: 64, Size: 1.80 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 018295F2-B571-4C76-B0B4-2EDF01AB520B.jpeg, Views: 62, Size: 1.33 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 2412C893-DD3B-49CB-AF18-13BDFB04F9AC.jpeg, Views: 63, Size: 1.29 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 094C9CE8-FAA1-40DE-984D-865274CB980F.jpeg, Views: 70, Size: 1.33 MB Click image for larger version - Name: F4263CD9-9D7F-429F-8F73-0F3C9B23E7CF.jpeg, Views: 63, Size: 1.05 MB
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Elbert
Hello, based on what I can see, I`d say bone...best to show this material to the local boys at Lyme or Charmouth.
They will be able to tell with a greater degree of certainty.

greetings, Bert
the search is as valuable as the finds...
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Vert Finder
It's bone, but probably not dinosaur given where it's from. Certainly looks unusual though. Nice find!
Thanks, VF
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Gandalf the White
Thank you!
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