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    Significant find?

    Found in Northeastern Colorado
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    I wanted to upload photos, not sure why it did what it did

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    What is it

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    Wow That's a big Rock ! But Sorry I Can't see it as A Fossil

    Perhaps Turtle shaped From that angle , But
    I see Just a Large Rock.
    At First Glance I Do see a Very Large Hand print
    Then after a bit a Profile of a very Ugly Male Creature Facing Down.

    But all Pareidolia {man-in-the-moon-syndrome} I'm sure

    Don't Take that as Knowledge Just My opinion From my Personal Eyes

    as I'm not there
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    I see a really big rock...
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    papa

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    I don't see any fossil in that huge gob of dried mud/clay. Is it laying near the base of an embankment?
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    I put muriatic acid on it and there was no reaction. I'm going to add close up picts
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    Significant find?

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    I added some more photos it didn't go to my original post and I don't know why

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    I added some photos not to the original post for some reason I'm confused on how to do that anyways take a look at the new photos and see if it does anything for you

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    What do you think it is?
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    Honestly don't know, and my guess I won't say, i was hoping someone would have an idea, its not dried mud or clay, is rock, very hard, acid had no reaction, found in northeastern Colorado

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    Skull maybe? Can see a jaw line, teeth are underneath the matrix i think. My guess is purely a wild assertion

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    I see what you you're looking at. The hole is not an eye, it's a hole. The jaw shape is not a jaw. Look up some dinosaur fossil skulls. They don't resemble dinosaur recreations with flesh. Fossil bone is smooth, it has shape, it LOOKS like a bone, not a squint your eyes to see it thing, kinda sorta looks like a skull, it IS a skull. Keep looking.
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    "And so the population was gradually led into the demoralising temptations of arcades, baths, and sumptuous banquets. The unsuspecting Britons spoke of such novelties as 'civilisation', when in fact they were only a feature of their enslavement." Tacitus, Roman Senator and Historian, written AD 98.

    The Bald Eagle photo...he/she posed for me, gave me it's best American look. I felt privileged to get the shot.

 

 
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