🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Could it be a meteorite?

Mourder Fox

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May 21, 2022
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Hello everyone,
Item found in the field away from industry.
A question for experts on the subject, can it be a meteorite?
An ordinary magnet does not attract
Thanks in advance for all answers.
 

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Kray Gelder

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IMO, not a meteorite. I'm going with pyroclastic rock. This one, because of the various grain sizes within a certain range, having been sorted by gravity as the hot cloud tore down the mountain , and no large fragments, likely settled out of the lower end of a pyroclastic flow.
 
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