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    Wth is this? Heavy

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    us
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    Looks like a sandstone concretion Caleb, cant really make out the bubbly center~ that would be a formation of minerals I think.
    Everyone Believes they have gold buried in the back yard... small wonder so few ever look for it.

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    Hawks88

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    Interesting. No idea.

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    Either a diamond or a concretion
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    Martiobarbuli

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    Cool find, I call such pieces "ironstone concretions" but don't know if they have a fancy name.

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    How did something man made get in the in the middle?
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    Cool Rock! What ever happened with all of the diamonds you found?

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    Mud stone, iron stone, lode stone or whatever you want to call it. Typical formation is in shale beds below iron Clay's (often orange colored). Some they have fossils inside (rare), reference is mazon Creek fossils.

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    It appears to just be stalagmite formations inside the mudstone (not uncommon).
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