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I found this rock by the shore of Lake Ontario. It's light weight and it was grouped with some other rocks with the same patterns.


closed as off-topic by Gimelist, uhoh, Fred, BillDOe, arkaia Aug 28 at 2:17

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  • $\begingroup$ Not OT IMHO - as edited, it's not asking what the rock is, it's asking what the circular features are. $\endgroup$ – Semidiurnal Simon Aug 27 at 20:46

Your rock contains crinoid stem fossils.

Wikipedia has a good summary of crinoids


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