🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Geofact or geopolymer?

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My daughter found a geofact or geopolymer rock in the river. It was caked in clay or paint when she brought it home. After removing much of the outer (and inner) clay and sediment, it revealed a compelling shape.

We have some of the outer clay/paint (dense) with a toothbrush. We stopped because the task was very difficult, plus we believe it’s “shell/patina” may help identifying its history and possible dating. Are there any forensic geologists on the site which may be able to help with outer layer analysis and dating?
 

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First we will need to see pictures in focus of all sides and something in at least 1 picture with object for size comparison
 
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Sorry, it is geofact, natural formed by water errosion.
 
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