posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 01:14 PM
originally posted by: the_philth
If that's a femur, then I'm Phyllis Diller... because to my eyes, (and mind you, I'm no geologist or anthropologist) it looks
like a rock that resembles a femur. Albeit a flat femur...
Hey, food for thought: maybe the Martians have flat bones(?)
Vaguely ressembles this type of bone too although this one is a lot thicker (Front limb bone (humerus) from Brachiosaurus)) :
More here : en.wikipedia.org...
Wear and tear and also the amount of years this object has been buried or just sitting there can also make big difference to the general
To the naysayers :
Size and shape of the eventual individual/species who possibly owned this said "bone" should be taken into consideration too, it is not because we are
so used to seeing bones as we know them here on earth and that this "bone" does not ressemble them that this should be filed under "Not a bone".
It could be a bone, it could be also a "rock" as some people like to put it... until one day samples will be taken we can never be sure...
Personally, I for one would like to believe that this object belonged to a living "creature"
edit on 18/8/14 by Rodinus because: Crap grammar