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    Native American Tool???

    Hello

    I found this while Metal detecting a beach in Long Island New York.
    It looks like a lot of Native American Tools that I have found online.
    Does anyone know what this could be? A rock is not the answer that I’m looking for. I already know that info.

    Thanks !
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    If rock is out, then I think you have nothing there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kray Gelder View Post
    If rock is out, then I think you have nothing there.
    Agreed!!!
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    Interesting Stone...
    Looks like granite.
    I see no evidence of humans working on this piece.
    So i'm afraid I would have to say it's a ____.

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    Sorry, nothing more than a weathered rock.
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    It looks a little like that Pop Tart that the 7 year old kid chewed into the shape of a gun. He was of course immediately suspended for that. A completely rational decision in my opinion because It WAS loaded. With fruit filling.

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    But since you don't want to hear the "R" word I'll just say it's Iraq.
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    We used to call these “geofacts” out in the field
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    It looks like Leaverite. (Leave it right where you found it)


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leaverite

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    This is a "concretion" of the bodies of marine animals in the process of becoming limestone!
    Phil

 

 

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