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  1. I am about 84.9% sure that this is a fragment of a mosasaur tooth. However I have been wrong when trying to id Mosasaur teeth before so I just wanted a few more opinions. It is from Big brook New Jersey and was found in May 2023.
  2. Hello all, I just found this bone/fossil in big brook NJ. It is about 3 cm long. I originally thought it was a modern bone, still a neat find, but then after further inspection I found it was not porous and thought it might be a fossil. Anyway any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!!
  3. Hello All, First time posting. Joined up due to a fellow fossil hunter's request that I do so. Went out to Big Brook Preserve this past Sunday (4-23-23) and came away with a good selection of the usual suspects but one stood out. A nice Mosasaur tooth seen at the top of the pics below and in my hand in the following pics. Thanks for looking and thank you Sam for the company, the friendly conversation and helping with the fossil id. Happy Hunting everyone!
  4. MaeveJames

    [Big Brook, NJ] Fossil ID

    Hi, trying to identify the attached from a recent visit to Big Brook.
  5. Big Brook, NJ (Late Cretaceous): Rock, bone or other? Eight pictures attached.
  6. Marco L

    Big Brook weird looking find

    Hi there, I recent went to Big Brook and found this small and odd looking object. It seems like a fossil, but I cannot identify it. Would appreciate it someone could tell me if it is indeed a fossil or not, and what it is.
  7. Hi! Please help me ID these fossils. I believe the first one is crocodile tooth but not sure of the other 3. Thanks!!
  8. marcltetreault

    Possible Bone Fragment??

    Please help in possible identification of this piece. It was collected at Big Brook Preserve- Monmouth County, NJ. River bed sifted. Thank you!
  9. marcltetreault

    Invertebrate burrows?

    This find came from Big Brook Preserve NJ. is it what I think it is or maybe a coral of sorts? As always thank you.
  10. marcltetreault

    Who’s Bone??

    Find this at Big Brook Preserve, NJ Wondering if any one can tell me what it belongs to. I know it’s fragmented and may be difficult to pin down. Thank you!
  11. marcltetreault

    Bone or imagination??

    Hi everyone, calling on your expertise again. From Big Brook Preserve NJ. What do you think?
  12. Does anyone see anything worth taking more pictures of?
  13. marcltetreault

    Possibly Claws ???

    Hi Everyone, still working on finding a true worthwhile Fossil… Here are two pictured but I have maybe 3 or four that look very similar. All have some sort of groove on the underside and what look as if an attachment point. Hopefully this will help the odds. Collected at Big Brook Preserve Monmouth County, NJ. From river bed sifting
  14. Anna Marie

    Bone? Tooth? Big Brook, NJ

    Any help appreciated. Can't seem to find anything like this. Approx. 20 mm. Thanks!!
  15. Moses Oberlander

    Miscellaneous Big Brook finds

    Some more stuff I found, not sure if they are interesting.
  16. Moses Oberlander

    Hadrasaurus tooth?

    Can this be a Hadrasurus tooth or it’s just a rock?
  17. Moses Oberlander

    More New Jersey Brook fossils

    Any ideas?
  18. I found this fossil in central NJ, Big Brook river. I am quite certain it is a mammal tooth, but I have absolutely no idea which mammal, how old it is or if its modern. Just need a little expert help or experience. The fossil is about the size of my finger nail. Thanks Ian
  19. JoetheJerseyGuy

    Big Brook, NJ : Unknown Impression

    Big Brook, NJ. Not glass or metal. Shifted through a lot not sure of the id. If a fossil impression your specifics/details would be appreciated. Thank you.
  20. JoetheJerseyGuy

    Big Brook, NJ : Coprolite, rock or other?

    Big Brook, NJ : Coprolite, rock or other?
  21. JoetheJerseyGuy

    Big Brook : Root, Rock or Mosasaur?

    Big Brook - New Jersey: Marlboro. Is this a root, rock or mosasaur? Edges where you would expect it. Forgive the dirty nails came from the brook.
  22. Hello, and thank you for your help and interest. I have collected from Big Brook in the past, but this time I was finding items of similar composition in the same general area of the stream bed. There had been recent heavy rainfall and the stream bed seemed layered differently. I have been tricked before, and could be getting tricked again, because after a while I trick myself into thinking everything is a fossil. After reading "When Dinosaurs Roamed New Jersey," I went back to Monmouth County with a renewed excitement. Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated if any of the
  23. JoetheJerseyGuy

    Big Brook - Fossil Id Tooth Shark

    Big Brook , NJ - Shark Fragment tooth. Serrated on both side of triangle. No defined curvature. Pulled many teeth from the brook for some reason having issue identifying this one.
  24. found it at the Big Brook Preserve, NJ. Look like a piece of skin or shield from reptile?
  25. JoetheJerseyGuy

    Big Brook - Fossil Id

    Big Brook, no cutting edge, worn. Different then rocks or concretions in the area.
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