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Fossil on a mountain top, Lake Louise - Bev, AB
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Fossil of what ?
24/Oct/10 2:39 AM
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Great photo - glad it isn't a hard!
24/Oct/10 2:46 AM
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If anyone has any idea of what this might be, I'd be glad to hear it.
24/Oct/10 7:33 AM
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At first I thought vertabrae but the more I look, maybe part of a jawbone?
24/Oct/10 7:56 AM
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One disadvantage of finding interesting things in a national park is that you can't collect anything. I'm hoping to see this again, although it was on a relatively small loose piece of shale, it was under the sign at the top of the Top of the World chairlift where I spend a fare amount of time in winter.
24/Oct/10 8:28 AM
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Izzy I agree with it looking like a jawbone with teeth! maybe? Bev have any scientists looked at it?
24/Oct/10 8:35 AM
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Hi Joann, The problem is that it's on the top of a mountain in a national park and I can't legally remove it, even though it is in a ski resort. I haven't had a chance to take the photo into the U. of Calgary to see if they have any clues. This area is quite close the Burgess Shales, a very famous fossil deposit in British Columbia.
25/Oct/10 3:00 AM
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