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Hello everybody,im new on this forum. Please sorry for my bad english.I found this stone on Forrest road. Stone had ball formation of green mineral its looks like chondrules. Please help :-) Thanks for every reaction. 

weight 117g

lenght 64mm

width 50mm

height 20mm

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It's a pretty rock but I believe it is a river stone. Those indentations are caused by sand particles circulating in each of the dimples over time, caused by the action of river water and sand particles flowing by. 

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Water-worn terrestrial basalt, does not appear to be a meteorite to me.

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Looks like one of Wife Three's infamous rock-hard charred denture-cracker cookies.

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Looks like volcanic river worn road fill. AzNuggetBob

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