I bought this off the internet a few years ago. It comes from the kemkem basins. The paleontologist which I bought it off said he could not make out what type of bone it was and he said it doesn't match any other bones ever found. Could this indicate a new species?
I am not getting my hopes up, but to me it looks like one of those bones which attaches the vertebrae to the ribs of a giant sauropod. I have seen some bones with a simular shape, but they were only tiny and they were supposed to be from a giant theropod (spinosaurus) and mine is very large.
Could it be from an undercvered dinosaur, which would explain why it does not match any other bones ever found?
I would appriciate any answers on this one, especially from someone who is a paleontologist or who has good knolage about dinosaur bones.
I don't need this answering any more because I know what it is: the neural process which sticks off a vertebrae. I found an identical image on google. Don't know the species though.