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  1. heZZ

    Hand claw

    I found this at an auction site. Do you think it's real? Location: Hell Creek Formation, Wibeaux Co, Montana 2 5/8 inches
  2. FossilizedJello

    Big Brook, NJ Toe bone (Phalanx) ID

    Here are all my finds from big brook. WHAT A DAY ...arrowheads,toe bones, big shark teeth, misc I just need the toe bone ID
  3. Heres a fun thread for those to show off their widest and fattest looking megalodon teeth fossils in thier collections. I'll set the tone with the widest fat boy in my collection, I don't have digital calipers but it measure roughly 5.4 inches wide by 6.1 inches long. When I close my hand together it looks even more monstrous. Share yours and join the wide boyclub Got the idea while thinking about what the widest megalodon tooth ever found measures, if anyone does know do share in this thread!
  4. Where do i go to find the grey clay layer and big teeth. Dont want anything small
  5. FossilizedJello

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  6. hiposong

    Is it a fuzulinid fossil?

    Some are larger than 3cm in diameter, which is a little weird, which one is it?
  7. We have many wonderful threads that let members show off some of their fossils. Threads like “Fossil du Jour” and your “Latest Mail Box Score.” In that same spirit, I wanted to see if anyone would be willing to share examples of some of their BIG fossils. It could be as simple as the largest fossil in your collection, or the largest example you have of a certain type of fossil. Just as long as you would in some way consider them to be on the large side. I’ll go first. This is the largest fossil in my collection. It's a piece of petrified wood. Its roughly 15in long x 14i
  8. Hi, We hired a mansion that was abandoned for several years and strolling through the gardens I saw what I thought was a small concrete chair, hidden under leafs and bushes. I did not give it a second thought until the next day when I looked at it again and recognized it as a vertebrae, a big vertebrae. Upon giving it a closer look I saw that it was not concrete but more likely bone. And then I figured it could be a dinosaur bone, hence coming here and asking your opinion. Full width is about 60 cm, see pictures below. Thanks in advance. Best, Pi
  9. Hi, i was hiking in Israel some weeks ago in the dessert and stumbled upon this fossil tooth, anyone know from what animal or species this might be from? Height 4cm width 2cm As you can see it is not sharp at all, very smooth with lines from top to bottom Thanks
  10. Dino1

    Dinosaur tooth?

    Hey guys, I saw this listed on online, the seller dosent really know what this is and I don’t have a clue either. Do you guys have any idea what this might be?
  11. Sancerre

    Big Brook

    Dear all, I would like to submit three artifacts from the Big Brook site that some of you know so well. 1) The first is most likely a concretion. however, on one side, there is a regular cut with a circular end section. I have no particular idea. 2) The second artifact could be a theropod tooth, with a elliptical cross-section. In this hypothesis we distinguish quite clearly the crown base at the cervix, with the dentine layer. On another image, we can see worn denticles in (presumed) mesial view, but the outermost enamel layer is very corroded and the dental layer is miss
  12. FreshWaterSharK

    How big did mako teeth get?

    Found these in a creek the biggest one bottom right is 2.25” the one next to it with the broken root Has smaller blade but same length all together. The next is 2”. I was wondering if these are really big or more like above average? Thanks
  13. dinosaur man

    Antorbital fossa

    Hi I’m wondering what the Antorbital fossa is for in dinosaurs. I heard it could be part of muscle attachments or nasal passages. If so if a dinosaur has a big Antorbital fossa does it mean they have better nose or stronger jaw muscles. Thank you!!
  14. Rockwood

    Tooth ?

    Here is a piece from the Big Brook area in New Jersey. I've had it a while but never got around to posting it. The texture looks like tooth ?
  15. RaideReX

    Fossil Fish: Neoproscinetes?

    Good day, I'd like some help to identify this fossil fish. It is nearly 11 inches long. From what I've searched it looks similar to Neoproscinetes, but I'm no master of fossil fishes. I'd like to know its species name and if it is indeed a real fossil fish.
  16. FossilizedJello

    Three Big Brook Fossil ID's

    The long object = crab claw? hoping for a unique tooth or something Reptile scale? And gastropod with interesting design?
  17. I've searched multiple sites with no luck, Please & Thank you to everyone who contributes (:
  18. Hello! Back logged on things I cant ID so let's start with this beast of a fragmented tooth.(about a inch and a half) Thank you all .
  19. Bone guy

    Big ol' shell

    I grabbed this shell today because I thought it was absolutely beautiful. Plus I heard these shells are getting rarer and rarer. I know it's not a fossil, but would anyone be able to possibly give me an ID? The length is 8 inches.
  20. WhodamanHD

    Big sand tiger

    Went to brownies today, miocene, and I’ll have the haul until here later this week but I would like to know what species this sand tiger is. It’s purty big for a sand tiger, like an inch and a half. It’s got two cusps on either side, they seem to curve inward. I saved up for Kent’s book on fossil identification so I’ll have that by the 28th.
  21. pambosk

    Big gastropod

    Hello plz share your thoughts on this one It is a gift from a friend, who doesn't remember where exactly he found it, however he thinks it was Akamas Peninsula in Cyprus.
  22. pambosk

    Good looking gastropod needs id

    Hello from Cyprus, this one I found near the old limestone quarry in moni area, again the heavy rain , when the mud sliding settled, it exposed a piece of it. 3m under the usual surface It is quite big and very well preserved. In the same wall I found also another kind of gastropod, corals, 4 kinds of bivalves. I will post on other threads soon. That wall consisted of beige/white earth and grey hardened sand like parts, still needed metal needle tool to scrap it off, of some specimens. Also most specimens are whiter that what I am used to find. Which i think it could be fossils, yet
  23. Hello from Cyprus, warm wishes for exciting finds to everyone! Here is a relatively bigger oyster than my usual finds, this one is complete and inside small crystals have formed, could be calcite not sure. Took advantage of the heavy rainfall and found it on muddy collapsing hills north of akrotiri area. I found half, and half a meter further I dug out the other half Perhaps you can better see the small crystals that formed all over inside both parts below Nearby I found also the following: found pos
  24. Max-fossils

    Big bone piece!

    Hi all, Last weekend, on the beach of Wassenaar, not far from the Zandmotor, I found several things. Surprisingly a lot more than I expected (I usually never hunt here), but I think that there was a big storm which brought lots of new fossils and other things to the shore. This is was one of them: a big piece of bone. It looks like it’s the end section of a limb of some kind. I can’t tell whether it’s modern or fossil... The looks of it scream modern, but somehow the burn test seems to say it’s fossil... Note: if it is indeed fossil, it’s likely from the
  25. So after hurricane Maria at Puerto Rico, I got curious about the small river down the mountain of my backyard so I went down to explore it. To my surprise some boulders tumbled down due to a soil erosion so I started exploring the scene. I found a few rocks that are actually some very peculiar fossils. The thing is that I don't know anything about fossils in PR so I'm going nuts trying to figure it out! Is it some kind of fish? But it's too big to be a fish and the bone-like structure is quite solid. Professionals and expert paleontologists, please help!
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