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  1. Michele7

    Unusual rock or fossil??

    Hi! I found this a few years ago and due to the texture snd shapes, I believe it is a fossil but not certain. I asked an archeologist but he thought just a rock that formed in cracks of other rocks. That did not ring true to me with all the shapes plus he was not a paleontologist. However, I’ve looked at many images of fossils and cannot find anything similar. Anyone else? Atttached photos from every angle. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
  2. I found this tooth yesterday on my backyard while working on a project. It was under about 5 feet of rock. This house was built back in 1960s and to my best knowledge this side of the backyard wasn't excavated - there was a serious layer of rocks. To what animal does this tooth belong? I can't figure it out...
  3. AranHao

    Mammalian bone?

    Hello all I bought a bone these days. The seller didn't know anything about it. But I think it's interesting and cheap. I think it's like an uncertain mammalian bone. What do you think about it? Any insight on this would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Victoria Garsom

    Need help identifying this fossil

    Would love some help identifying this fossil as I have been unsuccessful. I know that it is from an animal of some sort, most likely marine, and from California. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  5. gfjr

    Root or Animal? help

    Yes i have no Idea , learning in progress. Any help would be great!! i picked this up in Southeast Bexar county .
  6. gfjr

    Help me Identify!

    I ran across this in my yard and didnt think much of it at first , however i have exhausted myself wondering and looking to see what this is. a print , a broken piece of rock that looks like one. i just dont know . any help would be great. found in Bexar County texas
  7. Dignrocks

    Animal or Rock?

    Hi, here's a real mystery, is this a fossil of a small animal or just a sandstone rock. I think is looks like a small alligator or a baby dinosaur but I'm no expert. Anyone have any idea what this is. I was sorting through a box of rocks and found this in it, I don't think anyone ever displayed except for me. I let my imagination take over and found space in my cabinet for the last 20 years. Thanks for looking Dignrocks
  8. Jbenton

    Florida vertebrate- what kind?

    Hi all, Found on a Florida beach in Venice, this appears to be a vertebrae of a small animal. Can’t quite tell what animal it might be. Anybody have any ideas? It’s about half an inch long and a quarter inch wide. Thanks
  9. Please help identify.
  10. Zelya221

    What is this tooth from?

    I find this tooth in my yard , and dont know what is animal have this teeth .
  11. paleoflor

    Another unknown from the Piesberg

    L.S., Specimen in the photographs below was found in the Upper Carboniferous (Westphalian D) of the Piesberg, near Osnabrück, Germany. Scale on last photo is approximate. To me this looks like the rear end of some segmented animal. Any idea what it could be? Thanks, Tim
  12. JSERTL

    Plant or Animal?

    It's probably nothing but this looks plant-like to me but then it's got the shape of a plant eaters tooth just without the enamel. Either way here some pictures of my plant tooth...oh & I almost forgot. Was found in SE Missouri in the vicinity of the Doe Run formation & the dimensions are 1.5"T x 1"D x 1.5"W
  13. lcirak

    Bone identification

    I found this bone in my yard while clearing out trees. One end has been cut. I don’t know if it’s fossilized or not and I don’t know what it came from. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  14. Jenn1972

    Did I find a tooth?

    Need help with ID please! I found this in gravel in nw Mississippi. I even took radiographs. Maybe a tooth??
  15. Live in NSW Australia and was wondering if there are any good fossil sits near Sydney I could collect fossils from. Very into them and want to get started up, so any information much appreciated. Thanks Also found these rocks and would want some identification to see if they are fossils. First one found at Newcastle and second and third near Wollongong. Thanks
  16. Gemstones

    Plant or animal?

    Hello dear members, my 10 year old son found this little stone (1.5 inches long) in a backyard in Michigan (lower peninsula). We found petoskey stones (fossilized rugose coral, Hexagonaria percarinata.)there as well and hope to find someone who can tell us if this is a petrified animal or plant? Especially the little white part looks so interesting to us, perhaps someone knows more. We’re no experts and just started collecting:) Thank you very much!
  17. RoscoeM

    Fossil... vertebrae???

    Found in Kansas... Can someone tell me what it might be??? Let me know if anything else is needed...
  18. RoscoeM

    Petrified teeth???

    Opinions on what this is please!
  19. I'm not sure if I've come to the right place but I found this during a walk today and I am unsure of what it could be. Can anyone help? Thank you.
  20. majstor

    unknown tooth

    8cm long, 4cm in diameter Southern Serbia
  21. Mark Kmiecik

    Mazon Creek specimens for ID

    I have six more MC specimens that I need help with identifying. Again, down to species level if possible. The only one I'm fairly sure of is the Coprolite.
  22. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal Long Bone?

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 122mm long. I think it's a long bone, but can't identify the actual bon
  23. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal Bone Identification - please help!

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This is approximately an inch long. Ignore the writing on the side as bone marking is to make sur
  24. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Possible animal rib?

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 74mm long. I initially thought it could be a rib, but now I'm unsure.
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