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  1. #1

    Apr 2012
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    Help!!!Odd rock!!!

    I found a strange rock in my backyard.It can fit into your palm.Its very unusually round and has a dent.its tan with brown blotches in a pattern like the moon.Its not magnetic.It is light for its size.I cant seem to classify it into any kind of rock.What is it?Can some one help?There is no water anywhere near where i found it.

    here are some pics:


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    Apr 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY) View Post
    maybe but how did it get so round?

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    Could it be clay? Maybe a gaming piece or marble?
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    Your pictures are not clear enough to see the surface of the rock to tell if it is a marble, pecking stone, if it has wear from use or what. Try taking couple pictures using a micro if your camera has one if not back off from the rock some with your camera so pictures are clearer...... Its real hard to identify something you cant see clearly....

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    Here is my quick toot on how to take better pics of your items or rocks..

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