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  1. tinabrand

    egg fossil? southwestern Baltic Sea

    Found on the beach in village of Niendorf on Lübeck Bay, SW Baltic Sea. The specimen is heavy. Is it an egg fossil, and if so, of what creature in what period? How did the quartz pieces come to be embedded? Thanks to anyone who can help!
  2. Hello everyone, I would like to know what this Fossil might be. I thought it looked a bit similar to a whale hearing bone, but not as much that I could be certain. The Fossil was found in the north of Germany, near the Baltic sea. Please let me know if you have any ideas. Thank you very much in advance. Greetings Lukas
  3. Yannickrb

    Sponge or Bone ?

    Hello! its my first time writing in this forum. i am from Germany and usuals discuss my findings in a German forum. But this time no one was able to identify my new fossil. it was found at the cost of the Baltic Sea in northern Germany. (You can expect fossils from every age, because of the ice age) You can see a sponge like structure with some big channels. It seems that the sponge like structure was once covered from some kind of “skin” as you can see in the pictures. the fossil measures 10“ x 4,7“ (25cm x 11cm) and seems to be heavy as a normal
  4. Anatoleum

    Fossil or rock, please?

    Hi, I have found this rock at Baltic sea coast in Latvia and kept it as I've found it interesting.. Then, watching some fossil discovery videos, decided to ask people with experience.. ) I have basically no knowledge of the subject and I apologize for wasting your time if my find is just boring ) Any thoughts? Thank you!
  5. Habra

    Human bone?

    Hey guys, we found this petrified bone? today at the baltic sea and we don"t know if it is a human bone or somerhing else.... It is about 3,2 cm long and 1,2 cm (0,6 cm) wide Please help us
  6. Paulo132

    Sea fossil

    Looks like there's 2 of them, anyone knows what animals they were? Thank you
  7. fossilizator

    Fragile Porifera

    Hello from Baltic Sea! In Svetlogorsk only one find this time. This is Porifera, i think. I don't know the age yet. Found her among the ferruginous sand. It is a sponge, but very fragile. By how did she survive all this time? Especially after falling off a slope... Inside, they have an interesting layered structure. The place of the find is marked with gloves. She fell from about 7 meters.
  8. Hello everybody! Another tour on the coast. There are several modest finds. Silurian Coral Auloporida:
  9. Jarek

    Bones from baltic region

    Hey guys if i would get id and information if the bones i found are fossilised and if they are then who does they belong to would be very cool! I found them washed out on the beach of the baltic sea after the storm, from poland side "Mikoszewo" not far from kaliningrad border https://imgur.com/a/NfQFPkg there are photos of 3 bones i found, i have more bounds but need to bring them from the car and make photos, will add them later today Any help would be appreciated!:)
  10. Hello folks! In Kaliningrad dark and cold time. Even colder on beach. So this last trip report in this season. For first it's search places. This is Svetlogorsk.
  11. Hey guys, the first one actually doesn't looks like a cephalopod, maybe part of a trilobite (from the Baltic coast)? 2. This flint remembers me of something from the bottom of the sea. Any Idea? Thanks in advance!
  12. wiktia

    Is this some kind of coral?

    Found on the Baltic beach in Lithuania, any idea what it is?
  13. wiktia

    Is this some kind of coral?

    Found on the Baltic beach in Lithuania, any idea what it is?
  14. Hello. I have found a fossil on the island of Gotland in the baltic sea. I am having some trouble finding (clearly) matching pictures online. Therefore I thought I could put a post up in here to hopefully find some help leading me in the right direction!
  15. leporidae

    Beach fossil

    Hi, everyone! I am new here and know almost nothing about fossils. I found this rock on the coast of the Baltic Sea in Latvia and was wondering if someone could tell me anything about it. I have previously found stones with marks or even fossilized snails, but this one seems really interesting (if it is a fossil at all).
  16. Hello, in the Silurian rocks I found during my last trip to the Balic Sea, I found a few strange things. The first one is 1,5 cm long, 0,6 cm wide: This is the best magnification I can get - sorry for the flash reflection in the magnifying glass. The other one is bigger - it's 3 cm long and 1,5 cm wide These first two emerged after splitting the rock. The last one is on the surface - it's 4 cm long, 1 cm wide. You can feel the little grooves. Is it something ot just a r
  17. Last weekend I made a short trip to the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea (short because of duration, not distance - it's 1000 km to get there and come back to Warsaw ). My Mom and me were professionally equipped, according to the instructions of @vermiculosis, we brought UV lamps and appropriate protective glasses, because we hoped to find some amber pieces on the shore at night. We went to look for amber after 8 pm, and it was soooo dark at the shore that we could hardly see anything - and thus please excuse the quality of the pictures, but the flash in the phone couldn't cope with the da
  18. doushantuo

    The pyritization of burrows

    Pyritic_and_baritic_burrows_and_microbia.pdf Pictorially well endowed article, but that's just my opinion, mind. Lowemark is, of course, Mr Zoophycos himself.
  19. jacobwlo


    Fossil found on a beach of Baltic Sea. I'll appreciate if someone tell is that Nautiloidea or maybe other Cephalopoda?
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