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    • I'm new here. My Dad found a rock (maybe it is something else?) Over 50 years ago in Maryland, on the edge of the water of the Chesapeake. We're trying to get it identified. They recently took it to a local college and the geology professors didn't know what it was. I will be getting pics to post soon. Thank you for any help that may be provided.
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    • Haha great advice and welcome to the forum. Dont be fooled by Adam, he loves to joke around and can be sarcastic sometimes. Hes a good dude and can sniff out gold like you wouldn't believe. Once again, welcome.
    • Morlock; very rare does not mean impossible...there is one or two examples of native metallic iron that has been found ( and mistaken for meteorites)… I am too lazy to look up the locations but it is OUT There... fred
    • I think you're confusing native iron with meteorites. Meteorites would be extraterrestrial iron and native iron would be natural iron that orginated on earth. Native iron would have combined with other elements like oxygen or sulphur to form other minerals over long periods of time. That's why native iron is extremely rare if it can be found at all.
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