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  1. SMGWolfs

    Interesting bone fossil ?

    Does someone recognize from what type of creature is that bone fragment. Thank you in advance. It was found in Buglaria near the City of Veliko Tarnovo. Exact location unknown.
  2. DanJeavs

    Monster Plesiosaur Verts

    I said to myself at the start of the year, I’d try to find more bone, rather than just ammonites. Well, last week I hit the jackpot of rarities here on the Yorkshire coast. Plesiosaur vertebrae. Now, marine reptile bone is quite rare here as a whole, Ichthyosaur comes out every now and then, but plesiosaur, pliosaur, and crocodile are MUCH rarer. So imagine my shock when I see a vert, pick it up, and it’s plesi. Then, I find a second, that slots on perfect, then, a third about ten metres away that also fits together. Straight onto the beach they went. I penned off the little shale matrix th
  3. RCD

    Intrusions or fossils?

    Heys guys. Another one. Wondering if the intrusions on this one are fossils. Of the intrusions looked rather bone-like, so I wanted to post up and get some opinions. Area is SF East Bay area, CA, creek bed which drains a diverse range from Miocene to Jurassic and in between. Thanks in advance. RCD
  4. AroHed

    Bone Fragment

    I found this in one of the creeks (bayou) here in southwest Mississippi. I have found a number of mastodon parts in the same. The most noticeable feature is a curved channel, much like that of a tooth canal. Does anyone know what part of what beast if might have belonged to? Thanks in advance.
  5. Hello fellow fossil fans, In this post I have a piece of bone I have found on zandmotor a few months ago. I know bone fragments are hard to ID. However I hope that perhaps because of its distinctive shape any of you could give me an idea of what it could be. thanks in advance!
  6. Bbncee

    Tooth, bone, or tusk?

    Could someone please help me identify this piece. It was found in the bone bed area at Point A Dam in Alabama.
  7. favositefinder

    Bone On Lake Michigan

    I’m not sure if this is fossilized or not, but I was hoping I might be able to find more info on it here!
  8. I found this bone? on a beach walk this afternoon after a stormy couple of days weather. I'm not sure if it's a fossil but was wondered whether it could be a rostral node? Found on Branksome Chine Beach, Poole UK. Thanks in advance.
  9. OK my fellow fossil hunters need your help with this one… What could it be?
  10. Fishinfossil

    Big Brook NJ Huge Lobster Claw or ???

    Sifting Big Brook today and this came up from a deep dig. It has the look of a Lobster claw or Shrimp claw, which are usually only half inch in length or so. This specimen is roughly 3 inches long and about 1-3/4 in diameter at thickest and 1-inch at thinnest point. Its actually pretty heavy. There's noticeable ridges on each side near the edge and looks like little nubs almost like on lobster claws. Cretaceous era fossils normally in the stream. What could it be?
  11. I'd found this bone in some lance fm matrix. It's straight and has a weird blob at the end, so it's kind of matchstick shaped. Was thinking it could be a fibula or an ulna. Thanks for any help.
  12. A break from the usual dinosaurs, I am quite interested in this as it is an oddity. It is apparently a cro-magnon femur. From the site of a gravel pit along the former San River in Poland. I am waiting to hear the measurements from seller, but my questions are thus A - Is it actually real B - Is it actually legal Like, selling/buying a bone from a cro-magnon/early human seems like something that shouldn't be legal. Seller is in Europe, would I have any issues exporting it to the UK?
  13. sjaak

    Pterosaur bone ?

    Hello again, I also found this bone, both ends are missing, but it seems hollow and the "split" in the end looks characteristic. A couple of years ago I found a pterosaur bone at this same location (Helmsdale, Scotland, late Jurassic, marine sediments): http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/97935-tiny-bone-from-scotland/ I wonder if this is pterosaur as well. I noticed the same "split end" on pterosaur bones, for instance the tibiotarsus. What do you think? Regards, Niels
  14. EPIKLULSXDDDDD

    A Return to the Brazos

    Finding the three-toed horse tooth from my first trip really inspired me, so I made the long drive back to a spot I found along the Brazos River. Despite the treacherous route down the bank and mile long journey to the far end of the sandbar, I was not discouraged. I don't usually look for things from this time period, so almost anything I'd find would be a personal first which added an extra layer of enthusiasm to the hunt. The weather was nice and various recreational planes flew about in the sky. Although the Brazos water isn't the prettiest sight to behold, the carved cliffs and southeaste
  15. Nanotyrannus35

    Weird Lance fm piece of bone

    I'd found this bone looking thing in some lance fm matrix. I can tell it's bone because the bottom has the bone texture. It seems to maybe be trike frill, ankylosaur osteoderm, or something pachy. Location is weston county, WY. It's about an inch long. Thanks for any help.
  16. TLL

    Driveway Rock Bone

    Crystallized bone found in northeast central Texas driveway. Anyone know what it was? I find the lobar look, striations, and the small circular structures ringing the edge of the ?bone interesting. I included the picture of the proximal and distal picture to show they can be seen going all the way thru the fossil. Please educate me about this baby. Thanks.
  17. Rexofspades

    Flag Ponds Weirdys

    Got some weird stuff from the Cliffs, been meaning to get them checked out. first one up i think is a bone fragment of some kind. it passes the tongue test. but someone on the FB group suggested it might be a fragment of a Gomp tooth perhaps? this is a bone fragment, but the porous nature of the middle has me thinking bird perhaps? also, the top edge is rounded and smooth so it looks to be a small diameter long bone. lastly is this piece, Im sure its probably a beaten up snaggletooth, but the cross section has me thinking mammal possibly?
  18. CoyoteAbides

    Agatized Bone?

    I found this in the river rock that was used to landscape the house I just moved into north of Portland Oregon. It has features on it that remind me of bone and light shines through like an agate. Any ideas??
  19. Hi-looking in a field in S.E. Michigan and found this thing. I cannot tell if it is a rock or a bone or a tooth. I am guessing most likely a rock, maybe with the holes from weathering or fossil inclusions? Any help would be much appreciated
  20. PODIGGER

    Artiodactyla Confirmation?

    I am hoping for confirmation from one of our Peace River, FL experts on a bone I picked up last week. I am always looking for new land mammal finds (at least new to me) and I think I have one here. After several hours on line and looking through Kocisis' Vertebrate Fossils guide I believe I have nailed this down as a seismoid, lateral malleolar of Hemiauchenia macrocephala. The protruding "point" is quite distinctive. The specimen measures 35mm Long x 17 mm Wide x 28 mm tall. Input from anyone who believes they can confirm the ID would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  21. EPIKLULSXDDDDD

    Bony Oddities of the Ozan

    Following the brief rains from earlier in the week, I decided to make a return to my new favorite Ozan outcrop where I had previously found so many mosasaur vertebrae. Though I did not get to add any new verts to my collection, I did manage to come across plenty of unique fossils and artifacts that have taken up my attention for the past couple of days. One interesting thing I have noticed from this outcrop is its abundance of pyritic bony material among other pyritic fossils (including "rusty" exogyra shells + bivalves). Most of them are unidentifiable chunks, but a few have enough distinctiv
  22. Found almost fully submerged in the wet sand beneath the waves of Holden Beach. It was found within newly replenished sand from dredging that’s occurring currently a couple miles off the coast. Very heavy and dense(1.257kg), porous of course and it’s not perfectly symmetrical at any angle I view it from. I’d guess some whale bone but I know very little about fossils. There’s also tens of thousands of Hardouinia Mortonis (PeeDee Cretaceous) coming up through the dredge pipes if that helps in any way. Longest length ≈ 15cm Longest width ≈ 10cm Longest depth/height ≈ 8cm Narrowe
  23. Hi everyone, I am a science teacher, and one of my bright young students Joshua is very interested in finding fossils. Last week he found this fossilised bone in Halstock, Dorset. We have no idea what it is and would like your help! The bone was at the side of a stream, where he has found lots of shell fossils previously. It looks like some sort of femur, and is hollow. It has a small hole just above the inside of the joint. We have attached some photographs, and can take more as required. Any help you can give us would be
  24. Fin Lover

    My first bone?

    I need help to identify one more thing, please (for now). Found this on the bank at Sawmill Branch in Summerville, SC (note: did not dig, use tools or collanders, or go under the water, although I know I can go under the water once I get a hobby license ). I believe it is my first piece of bone (may have some small chips from the beach, but nothing this size). Husband thinks it's bone, as well. Is there any way to identify something this size? Type of animal and general area of the body is sufficient for me (I don't know what some of the specifics mean anyways). Sorry if the pics aren't grea
  25. CJ Whisenhunt

    Bone?

    This past weekend I was looking for washed up coral and found a peculiar looking “rock”. I do not know what it is. If anything…
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