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  1. lucas_

    Found on a beach

    Hi, sorry if this is off topic, but I've found these "bones" on a beach in Italy yesterday. Do you know what it may be? They don't feel like strange pieces of wood
  2. Hello Guys, I found this interesting little fossil at Pointe Aux Oies/Wimereux last Thursday. it is from the Thithonian/ Kimmeridgian layers. It reminds me of a tail spine of a ray, or a sea urchin spine. Am i correct?
  3. Found this in Southamerica. Is it a Fossil?? The Hole i made by myself Thanks for Help
  4. Found these Saturday (5/20/23) on the beach in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 1. Some kind of bone? 28 cm at its longest, 5-6 cm wide. Weighs 435 grams. 2. small vert maybe? About 1.2 cm wide and tall. 3. small row of teeth about 2 cm long and .5-.75 cm tall. I’d greatly appreciate any insight on ID. Thank you so much!
  5. These are some bits of coral and a shark tooth I found on the beach at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, this morning. Obviously there's not much geologic context, so I don't expect much, but can anyone tell me more specifically what they are? Or how old they are (are they even actually fossils?)? The scale bar in the shark tooth photo is about a centimeter.
  6. Hi All! I am a newbie & amateur, making my very first post. I picked this up whilst searching for sharks teeth along the beach. I am a very curious being and this is just a mystery to me. Any help or advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks again!!!
  7. Fullux

    Azhdarchid feeding

    Hi all! I had a thought recently while I was reading about a specimen of Arambourgiania that had been found in the Coon Creek formation. I was thinking that (I have no idea if anyone had thought of this before), much like modern shore birds, maybe these animals were 'beachcombers', basically wandering beaches in search of carrion and small prey such as fish, crustaceans, and large mollusks. Maybe they could use their long beaks to catch clams and other burrowing animals? Let me know what you all think of this idea!
  8. Montana

    Skull found NSW Australia

    Hey there just wondering if anyone can help ID this skull found in Australia NSW on the beach
  9. My 9 old and I are headed to the Outer Banks for adventuring and he really wants to find shark teeth. Anyone willing to share some beaches? We'll only be there a few days, so I'd rather not waste time beach combing every beach. Lol We're staying in Kill Devil Hills, NC.
  10. Found by eroding cliffs between Santa Cruz and San Francisco.
  11. Hi guys! I just found this shark tooth on the beach in Duck OBX. My husband thinks it’s a shell but I really think it’s a shark tooth. Tell me what you think!
  12. Hello! I stumbled upon this peculiar item while searching the beaches today (ok, it’s not as exciting as I just made it sound) and I’m wondering if this is a fossil or something dried within that I’m not able to identify. I can provide more photos, but a suggestion would be appreciated. Please help and thank you for reading!
  13. Revkah

    Found this at Myrtle Beach

    Found this fossilized structure. Not sure what it is from. Bf says it’s from shark tooth and I say it’s not…it looks pointy from one side like a vertebrae.
  14. Desrosiers1718

    Vertebra Beach find

    Hi found this vertabra on a beach near Los Angeles. Even though it is not a fossil I was wondering if anyone can ID it for me, I was thinking dolphin or porpoise but I’m not 100% sure. Thanks
  15. Hello, I found this fossilized bone on the beach on Tybee Island, GA while looking for shark teeth. It looks like a tiny alligator or snake head but I'm guessing it's not. Any help to ID would be greatly appreciated! The first pic is the top of it, second is it flipped over. Thank you for any help!
  16. Vopros

    A shell?

    From a beach in California.
  17. fossillissof

    Help me identify these fossils!

    Hello all! I was combing the beach in California and I came across these cool fossils but am not sure what they are! The first two pictures are of the same one. Can anyone help me ID them? Thanks!
  18. Robert Lee Jordan

    Need help identifying this (possible) fossil

    I would really appreciate any help identifying this (possible) fossil. My son found this blackened subject while he was digging on the beach of Texel, The Netherlands. It’s approximately 70mm long and looks fragmented, heavily eroded and feels solid. There’s a small hole in the top middle (approximately 3mm). Any help is greatly appreciated!
  19. Hi all, Would be really grateful if anybody could help identify this fossil. The piece was found in South East England. Unfortunately the provenance is a bit murky but I believe it was claimed to have been found on a beach. Attached a series of (compressed sized) pictures showing the specimen from several angles with international scale
  20. I found a bone fossil in Cancun at the hotel zone beach, after removing the limestone enclosing the bone. Could anyone help me identify which species this fossil is? Thanks!
  21. casava_nova

    Delaware bay fossils, need ID help

    Found these on a beach of a bay in Sussex county Delaware from Spring 2022 to present. 6 specimens total. #1 was super hard to photograph, did my best. #5 thought it would be easy to ID, was surprised to find a shell like that in the bay, but maybe it's from a decoration??? #6 thought maybe it was metal or part of something man-made, but feels like maybe? it's petrified. I'm purely an amateur, so just speculation. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
  22. Steph


    What is this? Found on the beach. Very fragile. Even handling for the photos was hazardous Thanks for looking.
  23. Found on Florida beach. Asphalt or fossil conglomerate? Thanks for looking.
  24. Jdeutsch

    Not sure

    unknown 3x1.5 cm not even sure its a fossil vs modern dense like a stone smooth, slightly polished
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