Texas-sized ammonites

Jason in Enid

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Happy Fossil Friday everyone! In today's video offering, I sneak across the border into Texas to hunt for those Texas-sized ammonites, and I met another YouTuber on the way.

 

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... you don’t get many comments here but My 10, 8 and 4 y.o crew and I really look forwards to your videos and have learned a lot. Have a great weekend and see you next Friday...
 
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Jason in Enid

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... you don’t get many comments here but My 10, 8 and 4 y.o crew and I really look forwards to your videos and have learned a lot. Have a great weekend and see you next Friday...
thank you, that means a lot to me.
I've been around the forums a long time I know most people dont post general replies. I've always felt the fossil forum was a bit neglected (I mean it IS a metal detecting forum) so I thought I'd share my dino and fossil hunts to keep it a little more active.
 

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…we have chipped a few of these out…
 

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... it’s conglomerate, I was told, not Dino eggs... I have a bison lafron, the big one, horn core but can’t find pic right now...
...edit it sounds like conception, concreation? I once thought turtle eggs.
 
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