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  1. Rexofspades

    Matoaka Fossil Bone ID

    Hi Everyone! I went on a one man expedition to Matoaka Cabins last weekend, picked up some wonderful finds. but a couple pieces I discovered are puzzling me. I am all but certain they are bone. And I am also confident they are fossil based on the color, texture, and density. But Id like to know if there is any further identifying that can be done outside of them being bones? I admit its likely a bit of a long shot as they are isolated specimens, but any best guesses would be appreciated. My speculations are: long one is a cetacean rib segment. Small one is fragmentary f
  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. Rexofspades

    Two Medicine Hadrosaur vertebra ID

    Hi! I got this Hadrosaur caudal vert from the two medicine formation. in Pondera County. I was wondering what part of the tail this bone would have come from? the seller says it is likely a proximal vertebra, but couldn't give any details on its placement. Is there any possible way you can tell what part of the tail this fossil belonged to? assuming a grown individual of the species. If exact placement isn't possible, Ill settle for general region. The centrum of the Vert is 2.7 x 2.3. x 2.2" and the process is 7.6" long in a straightline including the anterior points
  4. Zenmaster6

    Pleistocene Bone

    Found in Creek stuck in wall sediment by Corpus. Was next to arrowheads I will do burn test soon but it might be only 5 - 15,000 years old so I dont know if it will pass
  5. 10313horn

    florida unknown

    Found this in the peace river a couple of years ago. It really puzzles me. there appears to be so many tiny twisty articulating areas that if it is actually a bone it ought to be recognizable but i havent seen anything to match it with. All ideas and help will be appreciated
  6. insun

    T.rex skull?

    Greetings, I have now received some pieces of bone, it should be pieces of bone from the Tyrannosaurus' head ... it should be one individual ... if anyone can confirm or refute it, or even know which part of the skull it is. ..I would be very grateful ... for some pieces, I already have an idea where they fit ... I photographed every piece of bone 5 times ... you can see a part of the surface of the bones at each one .. I just don't know if I'm wrong, so I'd rather ask here, the more erudite ones ... thank you for your time
  7. Zenmaster6

    Shark tooth Id and bone

    Pleistocene Texas coast 2nd might be wood but might be horn / tusk
  8. Hi all, I'd appreciate any input you have on this piece please. I bought a lot at auction only labelled 'North Sea Pleistocene'. I live in the UK, so there's a fair bit of coast that can get North Sea fossils washed up, usually nowadays seems to be Norfolk area - unfortunately I have no way of knowing whether that is the locale. This measures 170x100x50MM approx at its longest/widest points. I suspect its from a sort of deer/small horse sized mammal but don't really have any further ideas. It could have broken off something larger. Thanks in advance for a
  9. Lone Hunter

    Is this bird bone fossil or not?

    I have a hard time telling if bones are fossils unless they are stone or fresh enough to scrape easily. Any help would be appreciated in learning this. Didn't take pic of end but it's hollow.
  10. Nor sure what this is any help would be great , looks like it’s made of tiny dots of rock IMG_2716.mp4
  11. Planko

    Modern or prehistoric?

    Hey everyone, Been awhile since I posted about identifying anything but I do have a few since I am trapped in the . Finally got most of my stuff sorted. I found this at the NSR in Delta County after the heavy rains a few weeks back. Although there can be bones found from cows fairly frequently this stood out. It was cover in the dark soiled like it was just released. I have only used water and a toothbrush. Hollow center was pretty challenging as the black dirt was tough to remove. I have done the burn test and no hair smell. It is heavier then I would expect it to be
  12. Lulu88

    What is this?!

    Hey guys and girls. I’m so sorry if this is a common thing, I don’t hit the beaches often. but I just couldn’t wrap my head around what this is. first I assumed coral, then thought maybe the inner part of a sea snail shell? sorry for sounding silly. Just curious and it’s late and this seems to be the only thing I can focus on, hahaha
  13. Kurczak

    Bone

    Hi What bone animal is it? Location:Częstochowa ,Southern Poland Age:?
  14. Kurczak

    Bone 2

    Hi What mammal bone is it? Location:Kraków , Southern Poland Age:?
  15. Crazyhen

    Dinosaur bone

    This is said to be a dinosaur bone from Shandong, China. Which part of the body is that?
  16. After my last NSR trip, and finding a mosasaur vert, I felt like I was getting a better eye for NRS fossils. I have always heard the feeder creeks can be productive however I have searched in several never found anything in them. Now that I had more confidence I went to a more remote bridge and went for the first feeder creek I could find. It turned out to be decently productive with several more verts, none in particularly great condition though, and a jaw section. I think there is a coprolite in there too, pictures 14 and 15 maybe? I think my favorite find of all was the artifact though.
  17. diginupbones

    Miocene mammal bone help

    Found in north central Nebraska. Miocene. I’ve had this in my collection for a while, I don’t know why I overlooked getting it identified. Really a nice little specimen.
  18. Kurczak

    What bone is it?

    Hi Whats animal bone is it ? This is not fossils . Mayby medieval ?
  19. Oscar

    ID help please

    Found this in a gravel deposit on the Brazos River. I'm totally new to this, but I think it's a tooth. Measures 2 1/2" × 1 3/8". Thoughts? EDIT *Sorry if this posted to the wrong place.
  20. flyingpenut

    North Sulphur River Vert

    I took a trip to nsr after some decent rain in the middle of January. Here in Texas the weather can be hot, cold, or anything in between and it turned out it was a nice day in the 60s. I found a decent mosasaur vert, some decent ammonites, and a few other items. Let me know what you think. Pictures 4 and 5 where of a huge ammonite. You can tell by the rock pick it was over a foot wide and the picture doesn't show but the outer shell that was deteriorating was iridescent and really pretty. I don't think I have seen an ammonite with actual shell still intact however everything else
  21. AshNBone

    Bones and sponges? Help?

    Hello Fossil friends! I have a couple fossils(?) I'm going to see if I can get help identifying. I found all of them in the same local area of a river shore in northeastern Kansas, so I'm assuming Pennsylvanian time frame. I have some fossils that are obvious shells and coral, but these I'm not sure and would like your input! If you need more photos or angles, let me know. #1 I think is a fish vertebrae that's slightly flattened. It's about 1 cm x .3 cm.
  22. Carl

    Mammoth Wannabe

    Found this odd bone fragment on Asbury Park Beach in New Jersey last Saturday. The only thing that comes to mind is a fragment of mammoth skull, but that seems like a bit of wishful thinking. Any thoughts?
  23. Svetlana

    Paleogene-bone id

    Good evening. I need your help. This bone was found in Paleogene sandstones (not redeposition, bedrock) next to a petrified opalized tree. Replacement is visible on the break. Who do you think it could belong to? Thanks! Have a nice evening
  24. Crazyhen

    Dinosaur bones

    Are these dinosaur bones? They were excavated from a construction site at Shandong Province, China. Cretaceous formation. The bones measures about 40cm in length.
  25. Leigh101112

    Identification

    Hello my daughter found this fossil whilst walking around wicken fen in the uk. I was wondering if anybody could help me identify it
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