Petrified Steak With Entry Wound

Petrified Steak With Entry Wound

Ancient Petrified Steak?
When I first collected this stone for the museum display in 2008, it was because of the strange hole in the rock. I consulted with a professor at Pretoria University, who wants to remain anonymous on this strange phenomenon. The conclusion was that this was a hole made by some kind of sea creature into the stone while it was under water millions of years ago. Today we know this is not the case.
After the recognition of the fossils in January 2018, it became clear that this is a petrified peace of meat with a puncture wound from an arrow, spear or other weapon – that petrified after it was cut off from the creature. Other scratch marks, gashes and reptilian skin scales can be seen on the surface and around the puncture wound.
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Petrified Steak with puncture wound

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