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    Sep 2019
    alabama
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    Finds of the stone kind

    Obviously I didnít find this today this is years of walking fields finding arrow heads some on a creek while fishing (big one in the middle). But I am posting this for opinions on the peice above that giant point. Before those I like to find fossils when I was a kid. It was easy caus they were on the road behind my parents house. Anyways I found that one the only one i still have and I kept it cause it looks exactly like a dinosaurs head. I havnt had it looked at by anyone professional ever. One person I have showed it too said it was just erosion. Your thoughts?
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    May 2014
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    Some nice artifacts you have found but I believe that one your asking about to be just a natural rock not a man made artifact , you may want to post this under the North American Indian artifacts forum for more opinions but I expect others would agree
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    wasnt saying it was manmade
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    Mar 2018
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    Your "dino skull" is just a rock, but that sure is a nice big Dickson point you have. Gary
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    Looks like a crab or lobster claw to me.
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    Pretty cool finds

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