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    Need HELP identifying , EGG or ?.....

    A lil over 3" in width and 4" height , very fragile with thin shell like layers found in AZ buried deep within the earths dirt. Please help me out by giving me some information or something to help me identify this. Thx for taking time to help me its appreciated!!!DGKallday71378Click image for larger version. 

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    could be email the museum Nazis
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    Thx you for your reply, I think its a good idea.

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    It's a concretion. Look at the last picture and you will even see the imprint of a "fossil seashell".

    Concretions

    Concretions

    Concretions are commonly misunderstood geologic structures. Often mistaken for fossil eggs, turtle shells, or bones, they are actually not fossils at all but a very common geologic phenomenon in all types of sedimentary rock; including sandstone which is made up of compacted sand grains, shale which is made up of compacted mud, siltstone which is made up of a fine grained silt, and limestone which is made up of calcium carbonate precipitated by many marine invertebrates.


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    Thx for your information!!! It was very helpful!

 

 

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