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    Found on beach in Texas

    I posted back in August in the fossil forum and didn’t get anywhere but “️” ( much appreciated)
    Is this just a rock that looks cool? Pictures are both wet and dry. The dry is more gray in color. The rock is hollow.
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    Looks like it could have been a pipe at one time.....at least a piece of one.
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    Coral maybe
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    Looks like it could have been a pipe at one time.....at least a piece of one.
    That was my thoughts as well. It was found on Crystal Beach, Texas. The Gulf of Mexico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loco oro View Post
    Coral maybe
    I was thinking that when I saw it as well.
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    Possibly a “fetish”? Looks like a natural pipe.
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    It could have came from someplace else.
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    Its unusual looking A fossil, perhaps part of an old worm lodging that got ossified. A concretion of some sort maybe, that ended up hollowing out. I'd say something lived in it at one point and what you have is whats left of the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDancer View Post
    Its unusual looking A fossil, perhaps part of an old worm lodging that got ossified. A concretion of some sort maybe, that ended up hollowing out. I'd say something lived in it at one point and what you have is whats left of the house.
    That makes sense.

 

 

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