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Amber Spurlock

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Please help!

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Dirty Pete

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Hi Amber,
Suggest you google Lepidodendron, a tree from the Carboniferous.
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It is an embryo with the head on the bottom left the body are taking over the yolk sac the bottom of the body to the right the texture of it was caused by whatever fell on it
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Hi

Absolutely not an embryo, not sure what makes you think that, the evidence does not point to that at all.

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Hi and welcome to the forum Amber. I agree with Pete, it's the cast of Lepidodendron bark.
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I was driving when I looked at it. I was wrong
There are more than 1 ,embryo. Clearly seen in the photo are umbilical cords. They go right to the mouth of the embryo. A tree fell on this egg and left it imprinted.

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