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  1. cayosusa

    Would this be bison astagalus?

    Unsure of this. Please comment. Found in the Peace river.1E5CE109-5BA3-4F17-8C50-B920953CEE3D.heic
  2. Shellseeker

    Bison Antiquus Upper Left Molar

    Went hunting with my Son. That in itself made it a great day. We have grown closer as we age and the separation over the last year has only made our time together more enjoyable. For most of the day, we had the numerous and excellent finds that the Peace River hunts famous. Things picked up in the last hour. Large Tooth: Clearly an upper, could be M1, or M2 or M3. The table below has measurements for a M1 and M2, but not M3. This find 35.1 mm, 22.6 mm, and 67.1 mm respectively, so I thought "maybe" the M2. I also found this photo on the Internet: Th
  3. Prairie_Anthropocene

    Vertebrate? ID: Cattle or Bison

    Found this in the bottom of a river bank the other day and was wondering what it was. It was buried pretty deep in the bank, but the river has moved a lot in the past decade and had been grazed by cattle since the 1930s. Watonwan River. Cottonwood County, Minnesota
  4. Zenmaster6

    Bison or Cow

    Need help in this ID
  5. garyc

    Bison tooth

    I found this tooth on the Brazos River in SE Texas today. It looks like a Bison p1 to me and is similar to one I found last year. This one is much larger leading me to question whether it is indeed bison
  6. joshuajbelanger

    Buffalo? Bison? Bull? New? Old?

    Hey everyone, Staying on some private property with a river in central Colorado. While walking the creeks looking for anything of interest, I came across this. I am not familiar with the horned creatures! Is this bull? Buffalo? Bison? Antiquus? I don’t know, any information would be much appreciated. My wife wanted to get a picture and then looked a little peeved when I said, “Why? I’m taking it home.” Lol Sorry for the pics, don’t have anything to scale. Lemme know what you think. I can post better pics tomorrow. i thought it was driftwood at firs
  7. MOGARDE

    Possible Bison Vertebrae

    I found this on a sandbar along the Missouri River, and in the State of Missouri, and was wanting to get confirmation on if it is a bison vertebrae.
  8. coled18

    Pleistocene leg bone ID

    Hello, I posted this before, but my thread was too disjointed for comfort so I am posting again. I found this bone end (I think it is a tibia) with some other ice age bits and ends and have no idea what it came from. Im pretty sure it is not bovid, from what I am familiar with. Anything could help, and this was found on a riverbed in NE Kansas.
  9. Bob-ay

    Mammal Tooth

    Interesting mammal tooth found scanning a Monmouth County NJ stream today. Can anyone help identify? Old or new? Cretaceous stream
  10. dbrake40

    Horse Tibia or Other? Cut Marks

    I believe the long bone in these pictures is a horse (tibia). Correct - thoughts on the cut marks? Look modern?
  11. dbrake40

    Bison Femur

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  12. dbrake40

    Bison Femur in Situ

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  13. dbrake40

    Bison Horn Core

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  14. jamhill

    A few things I’m not sure on

    All found on the beach in Jacksonville Beach FL like twenty years ago. Area known to produce Pleistocene mammals. 1. Thinking sloth phalanx. Note proximal epiphysis is missing/unfused. If it is sloth, does anyone known what kind? Is it medial? 2. Guess is bison first lower premolar 3. Equus sesamoids? Any help is appreciated.
  15. Godofgods

    Bison or cow tooth?

    Hi everyone, does anyone know if this tooth is from bison or cow? Thanks
  16. dbrake40

    Bison Femur Size

    Anyone found a good article with data on femur size in bison. Or possibly even comaprasion acorss bison sub species. I found a large femur and am wondering if it is outside of the normal bison bison range. It is 47cm or about 18.5 inches in length.
  17. Jman

    Tell me what you think

    please tell me your opinion anyone with knowledge of this was shaved by an ancient knife tool cetera it is fossilized piece of bone found just a small check along with bison teeth
  18. Jman

    Id my fossil

    Just found this in the same spot as a bison tooth in an antelope tooth fossilized
  19. savagebones

    Fossilized teeth ID

    Decided to take my kids fishing today at a creek we frequent sometimes. We were getting ready to start packing up and head home when I look down and see what I think is pretty colored rock partly buried in the ground in some sandy soil(I'm a rock hound, lol) Upon unearthing it i was surprised I had stumbled upon this pair of amazing fossilized teeth! The excitement is real and I've never found anything like this before! I have no idea what these are from but I'm sure sone kinda bovid. I'm also in South Arkansas btw if that helps any! Thanks!
  20. Jman

    I'd fossil

    I found this and was wondering if anyone thought it was a fossilized because of the blue I found it with fossilized bison teeth teeth had the same color blue
  21. Joe_17

    Bison I.D

    Im in talks to purchase a Bison fossil skull but am unsure what species it is . Is it B.antiquus , B.priscus or B. Bison and simply darkened ??? It measures 25" wide x 21.75" tall and was apparently found in Nebraska .
  22. dbrake40

    Molar Position

    What position is this molar from? Am I correct in thinking the m3 molar is the only molar with a third lobe? As shown below. I believe its bison bison m3?
  23. Madman

    Old bison bones

    Found these bones about 8 foot down in a cut bank along a river. Suspect bison.. any help appreciated. Have more pics if needed. I included the cut bank. Believe whole skeleton to be there, did not find head yet. Thanks
  24. Dereynes

    Bison

    I know what this is, but wanted to share. Really obvious tool marks!
  25. found this tooth in the London Thames River. from what i have read it could be an old bison tooth and not a cow tooth. im hoping its a bison tooth. it surely feels like stone its heavy. but i am no expert. hoping somebody could tell me if it’s fossilised and which animal it comes from. some people say the isolated stylid on one side makes it look like a bison. somebody else said the great size of it could mean bison. thank you so much for your help.
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