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Fossil Reef Matrix from San Salvador

This is a really cool fossil piece. I was told that a bunch of shells were moved during a storm event and covered the elk horn coral which is underlying the shells.  There is also fire coral, sea snails, and possibly some kind of clam or scallop shell in this one piece.

Age Pleistocene Epoch
Category Misc
Formation Grotto Beach Formation
Location San Salvador, Bahamas
Species Unidentified - Other

ID3587
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Date Added1/13/2010

Side view with elk horn coral exposed.
Reverse end showing the elk horn coral.
  

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