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Seal finger and/or toe bones.

These are some large seal flipper bones. I don't know if they are fingers or toes. Seal bones are not common fossils to find. It seems the more tasty the animals were the less that was left over after dinner to become fossils. These are river finds and are probably from the Yorktown formation.

Age Pliocene Epoch
Category Marine Mammal
Formation Yorktown Formation
Location North Carolina, USA
Species Seal

ID2116
MemberBigRedMeg
Date Added6/3/2007

  

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