Is this a hand tool?

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LanaClaire

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Better to ask than to always wonder. It’s natural and the material looks like a slate/ shale type. It’s a layered stone type and would separate or break with any type of pressure applied to it.
Thanks! I was actually drawn to what I thought was a fossil on the ‘front’ , but I think the lines are from water erosion. I appreciate the feedback!
 

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Sorry, as others said, it is natural...
 

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