🔎 UNIDENTIFIED I found this rock in Southwestern Colorado very interesting looking but don’t know what it is

txusguy13

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This is a rock I found in Southwestern Colorado. any ideas?
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GoldieLocks

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I am going to vote for, "dinosaur Poop" it would be it's original soft with air bubbles shape replaced by rock over billions of years.
 
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To me it looks like sandstone that pebbles got trapped in depressions and the wind spun them and eroded the holes in the rock. Sandstone is a very soft rock formation a sedimentary rock meaning sediments layed down over time. Or the holes could also have been bubbles in the mud that became part of the rock when it finished forming.
 
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