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Tims
I dug this out the beds where I usually find the odd ichthyosaur vert/rib. It appears to be part of a larger bone, but I'm not very familiar with the rest of the anatomy. All the pics are of the same object, just at different angles.  I was wondering if anyone suggest and ID for it please.   IMG_20200212_104439832.jpg  IMG_20200212_104444614.jpg  IMG_20200212_104449835.jpg  IMG_20200212_104459705.jpg  IMG_20200212_104505481.jpg  IMG_20200212_104510868.jpg  IMG_20200212_104520950.jpg  IMG_20200212_104526171.jpg  IMG_20200212_104551279.jpg  IMG_20200212_104555591.jpg  IMG_20200212_104603562.jpg  . Wondering if you can help I.D  it plz...
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Rhaetianpenarth207
it doesn’t look like bone from the pictures provided but could we please have more and clearer pictures of the end 🙂.
thanks
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LiamL
It looks like it could be bone, can see honey comb like structure on the bit where where it’s darker. As for what exactly it is i’m not sure. Where abouts was this found?
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Tims
I think perhaps it is part of a plesiousaur humerus
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