paleontology
Could this be an ammonite internal cast?

I found this in a creek bed in Southern Ohio, I am curious as to what it is.

Fossil hunter: jack-a-lope

Location: Southern Ohio

[Editor's Note: We are not certain about this one. It may or may not be a fossil, but it does remind us of the internal structure of an ammonite shell. Any ideas Ohio fossil collectors? Please leave a response.]

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2 Responses to “Is it an Ohio Ammonite?”

  1. Solius says:

    Southern Ohio is early Paleozoic, so not ammonite(unless carried by a glacier ;) ). Due to the poor quality of the photo, it could be, just about, be anything. But most likely, chert nodule.

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  2. Buddy says:

    this has the look of an artifact. Like a shaft scraper or polisher of some kind.

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