Do you know if these prints have ever been studied scientifically? If not, is there someone you could interest in doing so—local scientist, educational institution, museum?
Glee—I know the ones I mentioned to blam have never been studied, except by me and my family. No one would believe us anyway! Like I would spend the time and effort it would take to carve these prints, then remember to smooth off the edges so it looked like water has been pouring over these rocks for ages... LOLOL The different layers were so cool, each with their own distinct prints.
On the same farm, sadly no longer ours, at the top of a hill way above the creek, was a single sandstone boulder. We called it the cheerio rock. The entire rock was made up of cheerio like sea creatures embedded in the sandstone. Glacier driven, or just there? If I was a cat, I’d have been dead along time ago!