Fossil or Petrified Phallic Totem?

Fossil or Petrified Phallic Totem?

Posted in the Paleontology Forum

Since: Dec 11

Medford, WI

#1 Dec 12, 2011
I don't know if this is a Fossil or a Petrified Phallic Totem. I found this object where the Kiowa Indian tribe lived along the Salt Fork of the Red, North of Wellington, TX. This item has a very unusual shape as it looks like a man’s penis. Its measurements are: 2 ¾” long, 1 ¼” wide, 5/8” thick, and weighs 54.6 gms. I did find about a shoebox full of Petrified wood close by at a slightly higher elevation where these Indians were to have lived.
Can pics be up loaded on this site? If not, I'm open to any ideas about where to post them. BTW, I know virtually nothing about Paleontology.


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