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the obvious part of any True human like Skull is the Lower Jaw must be Separated from the Upper Half, in order for the Person to eat. I'm not sure if that is true with every animal/fish/alien species in the world other then ones with birth defects, but just think ,
how would they chew ? :coffee2:

I'm not sure I agree with pareidolia in all cases , I Do believe some may be carved by past beings and proof weathered
away by time.
 
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I'm gunna sell my rock collection once it's big enough
 

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the obvious part of any True human like Skull is the Lower Jaw must be Separated from the Upper Half, in order for the Person to eat. I'm not sure if that is true with every animal/fish/alien species in the world other then ones with birth defects, but just think ,
how would they chew ? :coffee2:

I'm not sure I agree with pareidolia in all cases , I Do believe some may be carved by past beings and proof weathered
away by time.
So not all of them are pareidalia?
 

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So not all of them are pareidalia?
Sir, all the rocks that you have posted are rocks formed by mother nature, none are fossils or artifacts, the "pareidolia" is that you are using your imagination to see shapes in the rocks that are not actually there, just like seeing shapes in the clouds.
 
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Because this looks awfully like a stingray lol and it has a seahorse imprinted on the bottom of it
Did you find them in an area where fossils are known to be found? look up stingray fossils and seahorse fossils. Do they look anything like yours?
 

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Example of Pareidolias with clouds.

Angel

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Whale

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Head

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Face

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It is our imaginations that see the faces and shapes, obviously, the faces and angels are not actually there.
 

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So this rock ain't badass looking?
Not sure just which rock you are talking about since you posted several, but they are all rocks, not fossils. They are interesting to some people but they are still just rocks with no real value. Very few people would buy it, but as PT Barnum said, there is a sucker born every minute so you might find someone who would buy it from you.
 
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Not sure just which rock you are talking about since you posted several, but they are all rocks, not fossils. They are interesting to some people but they are still just rocks with no real value. Very few people would buy it, but as PT Barnum said, there is a sucker born every minute so you might find someone who would buy it from you.
 

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