|I did not take this picture. It just shows you what parts of the deer knuckle bone look like when they are fresh. http://rs.leaftradingpost.com/images/thumbs/0000000047852_600_0.jpg This is where I borrowed the image, thanks Leaf Trading Post.|
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Fossil Hunting in Iowa: Deer Knuckle Bone Fossil.
http://www.uiowa.edu/~osa/Silos/Ice_Age_Residents.html this is a nice little article that describes the time, it's short so don't be afraid) and a fossil can be made in about 200 years in the right conditions; pressure, amount of water it's exposed to, the type of soil it's in. It looked old. It looked very old. Like Discovery Channel old.