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Subject: ASG001nm59

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  • PHald by PHald

    Bird, I think. Maybe the neck of a ostrich ?

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  • tillydad by tillydad moderator

    Not an ostrich neck - but then I have no clear idea as to what it can be ! 😃

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  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator

    It looks like a stick, irregular hard and angular, and it moves in 3 different planes...but what could be moving it? Baffled 😦

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  • Babyballerina by Babyballerina

    I was just about to ask the same question! No idea what this is.

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  • Taubenus by Taubenus

    Could it belong to a buffaloe's horn? Sometimes they have grooves or other deformations 😃

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  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator

    I don't think a buffalo horn could move this way.

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  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator

    My best idea: bill of a Grey Hornbill, common local bird, perched on or close to camera checking it out. Google Image search: Tockus nasutus

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  • tillydad by tillydad moderator

    Not convinced it is a hornbill, it would have to be below camera . That said, I have NO idea what we are seeing 😃

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  • Babyballerina by Babyballerina

    I guessed bird, but only because there is no 'pterodactyl' option!

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  • AowlanCrystal by AowlanCrystal moderator

    would it be a warthog tusk?
    As they have vertical grooves.

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    Could this be ground-hornbill? standing front of camera, bill upward. Idea came after seen ASG001hxx6

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  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator

    It certainly could be 😃

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