Mudfossil Hike 9-14-19. Cleaned Off the Largest Bone in the Unique Trail of Bones.
I returned again to the unique trail of bones to remove the thorns, vines, saplings, dirt, and moss from the largest bone in this line of bones to get a better look at it. This one bone is the only one of its kind that I have found. It is a very distinguishing break from the pattern I have been following in this location and it is unlike any other bone I have found to this point anywhere. After getting this one dug out and cleaned up, I have scrapped my hypotheses that this particular bone could be from a snake and that it could be a vertebra at all.
As I studied its shape yesterday, it appears to bear a resemblance to one side of a human pelvis (the right side of an anterior view) more than anything else I have found to this point, but that is simply an observation. If this is a human pelvis bone, it would be expected that the vertebrae closest to the pelvis would be larger than those at the cervical end of the spine, which appears to be what I am observing on the ground. I have nothing conclusive yet. I am simply making observations.
I am back to square one, trying my best to allow the observations to lead the way to identifying what this creature was.
At this point, I have followed and mapped this trail of bones as best as I can through the very thick vegetation and believe I may have finally located each end of it, but am not entirely certain of that yet. It still appears to me that this trail of bones is a trail of vertebrae measuring roughly 16' in length at the location of this video and roughly 6' in length at the other end where the trail disappears, but that is simply a best guess at the moment. It will take many more visits and likely cleaning some more of them off for a better look at what is what. One end of the trail is around the bone in this video and what I believe to be the other end of it is roughly 2,000 feet away.
I will be uploading more videos on this creature and will include "A Unique Trail of Bones" in the title to make them easier to associate as the same creature in the same area.
While I'm in the realm of crazy, this is also in the throat area of the East Coast Dragon. To find out about the East Coast Dragon, search for it on the Mudfossil University channel on youtube. I'm not stating I believe the ECD is or is not a dragon. I reference it in the title because if the ECD really is a fossilized, decomposing dragon, then the fact that this video location is along the neck of the ECD may help identify the geology/biology in this video at a later date.
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