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  1. Thefossilman92

    Very tiny tyrannosaurid tooth

    I have this very tiny tyrannosaurid tooth from hell creek formation, south dakota. Im wondering if it's possible to know if the tooth is from a infant nano or t-rex? Distal serration density: about 6/mm Can't see any intact serrations on the mesial side. Crown Height: 4 mm Crown base-lenght: 2,5 mm Crown base-width: under 1 millimeter, about 0,8 mm to roughly estimate (very hard to measure this one).
  2. Rikache

    Baby Mammoth Tooth?

    Hi there everyone! I thought I would ask for some help in properly identifying this specimen that I recently acquired. This specimen is said to be a baby/juvenile M. Columbi tooth found in North Florida. The specimen is very obviously worn and has pink patches due to algae buildup. I’ve included several photos below: Front, Right, Left, Bottom, Bottom, Top (Chewing surface), Top (Chewing surface). I’m fairly certain this is a mammoth tooth but I’d greatly appreciate a positive ID since I can’t find much information about specimens like this online. My
  3. Before I go further with getting extra photos and details and measurements of it--- a quick question, but are eggs like this, supposedly with small embryonic bone pieces actually available quite widely? I am surprised to have been offered it--like I thought these were like gold dust. But are they a thing and do they come up for sale rather than being museum pieces/studied? Is it worth me inquiring further about it and getting extra photos--or are eggs with embryonic/baby remains so rare that this isn't worth looking more into as it likely isn't actually baby/embrionic
  4. Dburns

    Does anyone see the dino?

    This was originally a rock that I thought looked like it was in the shape of a small hip bone or something. I collected it in Marlboro NJ a few years ago, but just recently got the urge to tinker with it. I started to dissolve some of the rock away. After about a quarter inch was removed I thought it looked like the upper half of a newborn or embryotic dinosaur that had been slightly crushed. I have been told it is just a concretion, but I am still convinced it is a baby dino. I have no idea how this would happen. However,. All the pieces are there Eyes, ears, nose, mouth, spinal
  5. Baby Megalodons Were 6-Foot-Long Womb Cannibals NY TIMES Soft Paywall Link
  6. khandi

    baby dino fossil?

    a friend of mine showed this to me and i thought it was fascinating we think it might be a type of flying dinosaur?
  7. mmcgrath

    small skull or jaw bone?

    Im having trouble ID'ing what I believe to be a small skull or jaw bone. it was found in a river bed known to be a popular fossil site. it's a about the size of a strawberry.
  8. Kimberly RM

    Baby dinosaurs

  9. Born_On_Fire

    Split Egg - Real?

    My uncle lived in Davenport, Iowa. He gave me a bunch of items like this 30 years ago when I was like 9 years old. I do not know where this was found, or if it is real. Thanks for any insight! Dan
  10. Jaylie Heaton

    Baby dinosaur head

  11. I recently found something amazing for sale,it is claimed to be a fossilized dino embryo. It is said that this is fossillized seed or brain but later identified it as a dino.I found something similar but throw it away because mom said that it was just a stone :(.
  12. I see on every one's favourite auction site there is a baby (young) T-Rex for sale. Not without controversy. A bit more info here: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/apr/16/baby-t-rex-for-sale-online-paleontology-outcry
  13. Mioplosus_Lover24

    Baby Enchodus marchesettii?

    Greetings! I have in my collection what I believe to be a baby Enchodus marchesettii from Lebanon. The fish is about an inch long and bears a close resplendence to my adult Enchodus. I was wondering if anyone else here has a confirmed baby Enchodus and could send some pictures so I could compare! I'll hopefully get around to posting a picture of it soon!
  14. SarahM

    Ball of Sharks Teeth

    Hi all! I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right place (or if it's appropriate for this forum) but I'm trying to help my 91 year old granny identify an item she found on the beach many years ago and has pondered over ever since. She has always thought that it is a shark fetus, but of course has no reason other than speculation to reach this conclusion. Any help you could provide would be most appreciated!
  15. Ben Mitchell

    Dinosaur Fossil ID help needed

    I am a not a fossil hunter or collector, just happened to find this by luck in my yard in mid Michigan. I can only tell you this fossil is highly magnetic, and appears to be a baby of some sort. The surface is quite detailed, you can see the skin in detail with a magnifying glass. Id just like to find out what it is I've found, any info would be great. I will do.my best to answer any questions. Thank you
  16. How an Amateur Collector Changed Paleontology Forever To those of The Fossil Forum, I wish to share with you the story of Maiasaura peeblesorum and Marion Brandvold, both good mothers. Maiasaura was discovered forty years ago in June of 1978; this is the month and year of the Maiasaura. Marion and her son, David Trexler, found fossils fascinating long before Jurassic Park popularized dinosaurs. They would often take a vehicle out and go prospecting in their backyard geologic formation known as the Two Medicine. One hot summer evening when walking back to the vehicle, Marion to
  17. Crazyhen

    Baby Keichousaurus

    Please take a look of the baby Keichousaurus below, its skull looks a bit different from others. Is it because the upper jaw and lower jaw were displaced and so the skull appears like that, or would this be a different species? I understand from local collectors there that this form is much rarer than the normal form. The normal forms are below:
  18. I got this 15 or 20 years ago, and have always been fascinated with it. Over the years, I've read different things that say "if you have a fossil dinosaur that looks like it laid down and died in a perfect position, then it's not real." So now I find The Fossil Forum, and it looks like there are folks here who know about these things, and who might be able to help me figure out the mystery. Any opinions? I really appreciate your help, thank you in advance!
  19. I put up a post last night to see if someone could help me figure out of this fossil is authentic, and a few people seem to think that it is (so cool!). It looks like a "psittacosaurus" from what I can guess, but I am not an expert. It's also very small, only about 15" wide in total. So probably a baby? I got it about 15 or 20 years ago, but after reading online about these fossils had suspected that it was probably a fake. Now it seems that this might be real, and I'm wondering if anyone can confirm the species, where it might be from, and if this is a baby? Anything else about this species,
  20. Theropod

    Little Theropod Tooth Id

    Hi, I recently acquired this small theropod tooth. It is from Hell Creek, South Dakota. What is interesting about this little tooth is that it has a very rounded base and large serrations compared to tooth size. I tried to have it ID'd but I got multiple answers like Troodon, Dromaeosaur, or even the hatchling of a large theropod (Tyrannosaurus.) The tooth measures 3/16". Thanks! Any help would be appreciated.
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