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Found the smaller one in Alabama, the larger was sent to me from California as a hot rock. Both attract a magnet.


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A couple pictures. Tried another where I filed, not better could try again if needed.



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oh well, the vesticles probably eliminate it as a meteorite.  When you get a chance have someone familiar with meteorites look at it...


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