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  1. benjemima
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    nice whatever it is!

  2. Jaygo won the fossil competition
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    […] I may have to ask my friend, the man of science Conor, if he knows. He’s already taken on one DragonDrop research project at the moment.. another can’t hurt can […]

  3. 365 Project – COMPLETE
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    […] posed questions relating to the thing we’d found – is it a Meteorite or meteorwrong?. I also got to take photos for the wedding of Mr & Mrs Jones and my new job’s First […]

  4. Ed S
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    Magnet wont stick to your object but I would bet that a neodymium rare earth magnet would stick. It barely attractive 2% iron. if attracts and stick hard then maybe 20% iron.

  5. Ed S
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    Supplemental comment. You can see meteorite dust (cosmic dust particulate) on leading edge where it has accumulated over eons. This is nearly impossible to remove by simple scratching at it. Leave the cosmic dust attached. (recommendation)

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