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  1. Callahan

    D4989638-46AE-4A3C-92A0-36A21CA7E00E

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    Manos grinders
  2. Would an ancient (greater than 10,000 years old) human artifact (such as a tool) be considered a fossil?
  3. EPIKLULSXDDDDD

    Arrowhead

    From the album: Favorites

    Arrowhead from Austin. 11/6/21
  4. EPIKLULSXDDDDD

    Goblin Artifact

    Was checking out my usual spots in Austin when I stumbled upon this goblin artifact. I believe it may be some type of drinking vessel dating back to the early goblin period, but I'm not 100% on that ID. Don't try to tell me it's something else I will not be convinced otherwise. I know what I found and my friend (he's half gnome) confirmed that it is indeed goblin in nature. You can tell by the way it is, etc. As I picked it up, I heard something running behind me so I sprint back to the car. Managed to get some Taco Bell before it closed and I have been enjoying holding this thing
  5. EPIKLULSXDDDDD

    4 Mosasaur Verts in a Day! Austin TX

    With the end of the semester approaching, school has picked up and I have been too busy to embark on many adventures. When my schedule finally cleared up one afternoon following a brief rain in Austin, I jumped at the opportunity to do a bit of exploring. One of my goals right now is to check out new parts of the creek I hunt on. Scanning through my list of potential spots, I decided to try and be the first one out to a very promising location. Like my previous hunts, this place ran through the Ozan formation, so my expectations were set on some nice Cretaceous specimens as well as the usual n
  6. Hey guys! As a new fossil hunter, I am terrible at keeping up with my trip reports, so instead of struggling to remember the little details, here's a compiled post on how the past three months went. I don't have professional photos of every find, but hopefully what I do have will scratch the itch for anyone interested in my escapades. Oh - I'll be in NJ this Saturday for another hunt with DVPS - any tips for shallow creek hunting would be appreciated! ~ January My first ever attempt at winter hunting. Armed with tips from you generous folks, I went solo
  7. Atlantic City

    Is this some sort of fossil?

    Hello, I wish I could tell you exactly where this piece came from but "east of the Mississippi, perhaps Massachusetts/upstate New York" is the best I can do. It's actually been worked by humans hands I believe, meaning it is an artifact of some kind... but what is it made of? I've never seen anything quite like it and I'm wondering ion its. a fossil of some kind. It's about 1 in (2.5 centimeters) but it's clearly been broken so it was part of a larger object/spall. I'm sorry the picture of the bottom where the break is isn't that sharp. Thank you for taking
  8. Mtwombly

    Gastrolith? Artifact?

    Hello all, I can’t figure this one out! I was collecting fossils from a highly yielding site in Peace River. In this little section of gravel that I reached, it was almost entirely fossilized bone from dugong and whale and turtle. Nestled in the center of this pile of fossils, I uncovered this stone and was immediately taken aback. I have been rock and fossil hunting my entire life, and extensively in this state and this river, and I have never seen anything like this. I have an enormous and worldly collection of rocks and fossils, and I have never seen something this smooth naturally. I
  9. MFLuck

    Help on Id

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/ZNtiyeXSu7VCi2YLA
  10. anatomicalheart

    Shark tooth arrowhead? Or just broken?

    Hey all, I've been on the fence about this tooth. It was a beach find (Venice, FL), so I think it is a little damaged and tumbled. Could the root be notched on one side? (The other side looks broken off.) Is the center boring potentially natural? Many thanks!
  11. Creekfinds

    Help identifying

    This item is fairly large with even weight when held, there is a defined edge that is tapered with the bottom having a curvature and overall triangular appearance. No other material in the area that resembles it so far. I realize could be nothing but wanted to post due to the abnormal shape. Curious if anyone else has idea, we have researched a little but figure more knowledge here that could help. Appreciate any responses.
  12. jcbshark

    Georgia visit

    Looking to visit the withlacoochee for Memorial Day weekend to collect some agatized coral. Never been before but @Sacha was kind enough to give me some pointers. Only going to be there for the weekend and would be very grateful for any other tips or if any members would like to show me and my fiancé the ropes. Also interested in Native American artifacts or fossils if either are a possibility.Would certainly be willing to trade off a trip if anyone can get out. Thanks in advance, Jeff
  13. Fossil_Adult

    James River

    The James river was not what I had expected. I was hoping to find a meg the size of my hand, but that didn’t happen. No worries, I had a lot of fun. I saw a river otter, a lot of osprey, eagles, and more wildlife which was fun to look at from a distance. The first day of the trip, we went over the east over formation, I collected mostly whale bone from that day and nothing else spectacular. It was only when we went to a Yorktown exposure on the last hour of the trip that I found three stunning chesapectens, including what I think the biggest one to be a jeffersonius. Later that day, I went to
  14. Rubykicks

    Unusual find

    I found this in Indiana near Columbus. I originally thought it may have been a tool of some sort because of the triangular shapes, but the more I look at it, the more I've wondered if it's a bone. Or maybe it's just a beat up rock. Thsnk you in advance for any informatio.
  15. TheGoblinKing

    Odd Stone From Northern MN

    Hello, It's been a while since I've been here, glad to be back though! . I found this intriguing stone when I was looking for agates in some exposed glacial sediment layers near a large lake in Autumn, 2020. It's circular, It has a pretty uniform edge around its circumference. There is also a large circle formed or carved in its center on one side. I have no idea what it could be but in my completely unprofessional opinion it appears manipulated in some way. Any insight is greatly appreciated! I also occasionally find coleraine formation nodules
  16. ThePhysicist

    Artifact in situ

    From the album: North Sulphur River

  17. Strange shaped Chert nodule? Or native artifact? Natural or not? Found in creek.
  18. Rubykicks

    What might this be?

    I found these near Indian Creek in Springville, Indiana. I thought the heart shaped one might be a clam type of fossil, but I'm really new to all of this.
  19. Lone Hunter

    Chert flake? Spoll? Scraper?

    Had this in with my rocks for tumbling, now that I'm looking at it again I'm thinking it may be something. It came from Alluvial gravels in creek where I've found other artifacts. Trying to learn to recognize when something has been worked, think this has, and the edge is quite sharp.
  20. Lone Hunter

    Indian artifact?

    Went down to the creek this morning to release some fingerling blue gill I raised and stumbled across this. Picked it up because I liked the unusual shape but then noticed one of the grooves looked altered, like it was rubbed or ground. Last year I found a Trinity sinker and Castorville arrowhead in same spot, so started researching artifacts and saw arrow shaft straighteners which this resembles. It doesn't look straight at first glance but a pencil fits in there perfectly. Coincidental and geological? Also found this neat peice of rock and wondering if it's flint? This area of creek is QAL
  21. 10 hr North Sulphur River Texas hike with friends. I found a little bit of everything. Mosasaur, Xiphactinus, Pleisosaur, Mastodon, Horse, Coral and cool antiques.
  22. Fun trip to the North Sulphur River Texas. I really like the giant coprolite and Holmesina armadillo scute. @GeschWhat
  23. Sorry I have been crazy busy lately and unable to post. Here's a few of Northeast Texas finds my last couple of trips. Pleisosaur partial girdle, silver spoon, artifacts, xiphactinus tooth, mosasaur verts, old door knob, enchodus jaws, old hard hat, old bottles, ammonite, exogyra and my first crocodile scute.
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