What it is.

Feb 24, 2016
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can somebody tell me what this is? elp
 

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Simon1

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Well, no offense, but you offer no background on it. How big is it, what does it appear to be made of, how heavy is it, where did you find it, additional pictures of the bottom may also help.
 
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CoilyGirl

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Sorry,we were just having fun. Provide us with some more details and maybe we can help.
 
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jeff of pa

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Unfortunately I'm late to the Party :(

is it Stone ?

Personally it looks like a Fossil to me.

Piece of Petrified Coconut, Egg or other once Round Object .
 
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can

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Welcome, you re off to a good start...just saying
 
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FFARL

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Welcome to the site! Even on full zoom, it looks like a half eaten corn muffin. A delicious one at that. I'm not saying that to be a jerk, I'm just working with what you've provided. I bet if you give the guys here a couple more angles to work with, they'll be very helpful.
 
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SgtJim

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If you can see any human use it would be a tool. At first it looks like a broken out-cropping of a rock. Closer inspection it looks like the darker rock layer is smoother it may have been used to sharpen knifes and other blades by adding water and drawing the blade over the stone.
 
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2screwed

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I think I won't be able to find this Website very nice at all. Stupid answers won't work.

With all due respect, you haven't given us much to go on. You have left it up to our imagination and a good imagination is part of being a successful treasure hunter. So is having a sense of humor as any one who has dug a two foot hole only to find a rusty hunk of iron can attest to. Also having an attitude with the very people who you have asked for help won't get you very far here. So lets start over.

Hi! Welcome to tnet.
Could you please provide something for size reference as well as a few more pictures. One of the broken side as well as one of the bottom would help greatly.
 
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scotter1

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hey phillip,go find a different site then..you get more with sugar than vinegar.the world dont revolve around you chump.your the one being very disrespectful to people on here when your the one who wanted their help.grow up and act like a man.
 
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CRUSADER

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I think I won't be able to find this Website very nice at all. Stupid answers won't work.

Wow, I've never seen such an entrance. That is pretty impressive, as I've been here a few years & thought I had seen it all.

Maybe you should have read the rules on posting in the 'What Is It' forum, because you pretty much ignored them all. Good luck finding a better place to ID it, because you just p*ssed off the best.
 
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ARC

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Petrified Fortune Cookie from Ming dynasty.

OR... Fossil of "innards" from a clam.
 
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trdking

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Hey ARRC its been a while
I was thinking it was a piece of his petrified poop? If he would have held on longer he could have made a diamond?
Just sayin. Wow what an entrance

Petrified Fortune Cookie from Ming dynasty.

OR... Fossil of "innards" from a clam.
 
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