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  1. Hello everyone! I need some help identifying these bones. I've narrowed them down to being antiquus or possibly bison bison. Even had a specialist describe them to possibly be Camelops...These were located in Southwestern Oklahoma.
  2. coled18

    River Finds

    Hi all, Recently my brother and I were on the Republican River in NE Kansas after the water went down a little and found a bunch of bones and bottles. I am having trouble determining some of the bones as bison or cow, so I need your help here. And also, we found what I think is a claw, measuring about an inch in length. Thanks for the help, and let me know if you need more pics. Cow or Bison lower leg? I think its bison; it is pretty heavy and seems to be well mineralized, but not completely fossilized. And the mystery claw-like
  3. coled18

    Mystery Sacrum

    Hi all, This was found in NE Kansas among a bunch of other deer, cow and bison bones on a sandbar. Any idea what it is from?
  4. coled18

    Pleistocene Vertebrae Help

    Hi all, I recently found a bunch of vertebrae on a river in NE Kansas. I have found parts from deer, cow and bison here. I do not know how to distinguish bovid vertebrae as well as some of you all do, so I need your help. I will follow up with more pics.
  5. kerrimarie805

    Chew on this... please.

    I thought these were horse teeth, but after some poking around I'm thinking they're bison teeth. Please, help with identification and geological era. I'm starting with photos of the two that look like bone, in what stage I don't know, but do have three more (one large and two small) that I believe to be completely fossilized teeth from the same animal. All were found in Bucks County, Carversville exactly, in or near a creek bed at the bottom of a ridge of cliffs, which, we've been told, is a very special geological location where finds are not typical of the surrounding area. Because I c
  6. coled18

    Quaternary Teeth

    Hi all, A few months ago I was fossil hunting by the Republican River in NE Kansas when I found part of an upper jaw washed up on a sandbar. From it I got 3 teeth, and I am trying to determine weather they are bison or cow. Two of these exhibit a separate, distinct stylid. However the third, which is by far the most worn down, seems to have an integrated stylid. I've seen a few pictures of bison teeth whose stylists are not completely separate from the rest of the tooth, but I don't know if that's truly indicative of not being a bison tooth. Any help is appreciated, thanks all!
  7. Story69

    Bison or cow? What do you think?

    Does this look like cow or bison? Thanks.
  8. JarrodB

    Hot NSR Trip!

    Hot long NSR trip. My legs are sore lol. Nice variety today including attached verts, bison tooth, mosasaur verts, multiple fish jaw sections, turtle shell, gastropods etc.
  9. JarrodB

    Bison Tooth

  10. Would love to know if I've got cow or Bison artifacts here...
  11. Taxidermydream

    Is this a bison tooth fossil?

    Hiya I just found this tooth it is 4cm long on the earth of a house Reno. My guess was a bison but we are in Toronto Canada not many bison here. How old is it? What mammal is it? Please help solve the mystery
  12. Jesuslover340

    Tooth ID?

    Found this today in a creek bed (unsure of age but presumably Pliocene-Pleistocene)....assuming Bison sp. but unsure. Any thoughts?
  13. coled18

    Vertebra help

    Hi all, found this vertebra in the Kansas River today on a sandbar. I've found everything from Pleistocene bone fragments to half-mineralized cow bone here before, but nothing of this size. It could have belonged to a cow, but I think it's a bison considering the amount of mineralization and general shape. I could use your help identifying this one! PS it is about 6 inches high, the spinous process is about 3 inches high and has been chipped across the top. It has also not been cleaned too well, hence some of the brown dirt color. Other side view
  14. AshHendrick

    Eastern NC - Bison Tooth ID Assistance

    I found this in a gravel bed at Greens Mill Run (GMR) Yesterday afternoon. I am thinking it's Bison, but would like confirmation and also assistance with which species and possible age. It's fossilized (tinks like a rock when tapped on a metal shovel) so I want to assume it's not modern but I suppose I cannot rule out the possibility of it being colonial? the range/mix of material at GMR might make this difficult - as I found it with shark teeth and whale bone much like everything else - even horse teeth.
  15. sharko69

    Jaw section- could this be bison?

    Found this today in North Texas creek that I know has produced bison skulls in the past. Would love to think this is bison. Have a cow jaw and these teeth are larger. I will leave it to the experts.
  16. sseth

    Pleistocene Sacrum ID

    So I have been going through mountains of Pleistocene material from Iowa and classifying the material by species. I have a lot of Bison material, Deer, Elk, Stag Moose, Sloth, Beaver (Small and Giant), and much more. I did come across one sacrum that I can not classify. Not sure if it is small bison, Cervalces (Stag Moose), or large Elk. I am sure someone here might be able to help me out. I am much better at those pesky marine reptiles and dinos than the modern mammals. Thanks in advance. Seth
  17. Naughtistic

    Anyone know what this is?

    Sorry I know nothing about cameras and can't seem to get a small enough MB when a I get a closer shot. Just wondering how many years before a fossil like this can occur?
  18. Naughtistic

    Bison and cow teeth

    From the album: Naughtistic fossils and rocks

    The tooth on the left is a cow tooth and the one on the right is a bison tooth.
  19. coled18

    NE Kansas Bone ID

    Hi all, Could you help identifying this fragment? I know that is a pretty vague question to ask, but it is probably from the Pleistocene, but I don't think it is fully mineralized yet. This was found near Fort Riley, Kansas by the Republican River. Any help would be appreciated...Thanks! Cole
  20. coled18

    Bison or cow?

    Hi guys, I found these earlier today on a creek bed in NE Kansas. I think it's a somewhat old bison upper jaw ( part of it broke)...but it could be an old cow as well. There was also another interesting thing I found, in not sure what it is. I'll try upload more pics later.
  21. coled18

    Help with fragments

    So I was on a sandbar on the republican river today and found these, along with several others. I think they may be bison bones, possibly ice age, (this is in NE Kansas) but could you guys help out? Thanks. I will upload more pictures soon. PS each piece is about 3 inches on the long lost side and around 1 inch wide (the first one is about 3/4 inches thick), and I haven't cleaned them yet
  22. coled18

    NE Kansas riverside fossil

    I was walking a Northeast Kansas sandbar today and found these with several other pieces. I think these might be from the ice age or more rencent, perhaps part of an old bison skeleton. I could use some help here, I'll upload more pictures. The specimen is about 3 inches long, 1 inch tall and 1 inch thick.
  23. MatthewS.Paleofan

    Bison in Iowa

    Does anyone know when Bison died out in Iowa? I myself have a single vertebrae and the front lower left half of a buffalo jaw with 2 teeth in it. I think it must be any wear from 500-to a couple thousand years as it is dark brown in color. 16 - 1.webp
  24. Peace river rat

    Bison bone?

    Is this a bison phalanx? I think so. I found it in the peace river. Thanks for any info.
  25. Peace river rat

    Bison vert

    I found a remarkably well preserved bison vert in the peace river. At first I thought it was a modern bone before a positive ID. It was a stumper. Thing is, it is pretty light and did not seem to be a fossil. Question is, when did bison last roam Fl. Thanks for any input. Sorry for the other bones in pic.
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