Vertabrae?

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It would help if you don't use back or dark backgrounds in pictures and to post multiple pictures from different directions that are in focus. Picture posted is in focus but only one picture.
 
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It would help if you don't use back or dark backgrounds in pictures and to post multiple pictures from different directions that are in focus. Picture posted is in focus but only one picture.
Posted more, thanks 😊
 

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I'm not seeing anything vertebral, but I can see sutures typical for the shell of a marine cephalopod. Those 'frilly' and curly patterns which represent the segmentation of the shell, shown enlarged from one of your pictures below. I think you probably have a crushed ammonite in there, along with some other marine detritus.

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I'm not seeing anything vertebral, but I can see sutures typical for the shell of a marine cephalopod. Those 'frilly' and curly patterns which represent the segmentation of the shell, shown enlarged from one of your pictures below. I think you probably have a crushed ammonite in there, along with some other marine detritus.

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Thank you for your informative expertise also,The crystallization in the bone is really a pretty amber color and some parts shine a mother of pearl glimmer
 

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