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  1. amaanthawer

    Miami Beach Fossil ID

    Hello and Happy New Year from Miami! I found an interesting rock on the beach a little while back and I can't seem to determine what it is. Since it was found at Miami Beach, it should be Pleistocene Miami Limestone. The specimen is about 3 inches in length. It looks quite similar to an image I found online of a seal humerus: Thank you :)
  2. Timber1369

    Fossil Identification

    This was Given to me with some arrowheads and I’m trying to figure out what is it, what it came from. I think it is. Fossil and Maybe a vertebrae of some sort? But that is just My under educated guess.
  3. Lucia0505

    Is this a fossil?

    My husband thinks it looks like a bone or a skull of some kind. Any suggestions?
  4. SharkySarah

    I think it’s a fossil

    Inherited a fossil collection with minerals and rocks. This was in the fossil section. Not sure what it is or where it came from
  5. Octave

    Could you please help to ID?

    Greetings Masters What an unbelievable forum here. I found this during my walk on the beach, difficult for me to determine if it is a simple rock, a petrified wood or a petrified bone. Please find the pictures (scale in cm). Thank you everybody. Octave
  6. it has an identification number written on it looks in black sharpie. You can see the grooves and swirles in the concave part but i also see on side a little.
  7. I know this photo isn't much to go by but I didn't have a better camera and no tools to extract it from the large rock so I could bring it home. I just hope I can still find it. This is about 10 cm long, found in Spring Creek, Cooke County, Texas. These are marine, limestone deposits with abundant ammonites. It may not be bone but I can't think what else it might be. That could be a scaphopod below it but I haven't seen them here before.
  8. found2turnout

    what am I?

    found in central arkansas, arkansas river banks
  9. Item found September 5, 2021 on a gravel bar in the middle of Hoh River, Olympic Peninsula, Washington State. Hoh River is a glacier fed river coming off Mt Olympus. Item is light gray/green in color, approximately 12 cm long and between 3 to 5.5 cm in diameter. There are two small protuberances across from each other about 2/3 of the way from one end, and a less prominent lump on the end closest to the protuberances. The texture is quite porous, with the exception of one face of the item which is smoother, more dense, and shows lengthwise graining.
  10. Ima Surchin

    Stones or Fossils?

    New at hunting so I have no idea what I have. Location: Nolan County Texas
  11. Nat

    Is it a femur fossil?

    Hello, I found this in South of France near Digne-les-Bains. Could someone tell me what it is. It was at the bottom of a slope. There were also ammonites. Thank you for your help!
  12. Tyrannosaurus-wreck

    Fossil id (Calvert MD)

    Hi! First, thank you to everyone who responded to my older post asking for fossil hunting tips- I used as many as I could and I found some great stuff! Here's what I found and can't ID myself from my latest trip to Flagponds (Calvert MD). I was thinking 11 might be snaggletooth shark, and 19 and 20 looked like they might be from some kind of white shark though I'm not entirely sure? In addition to those I'm especially interested in identifying 1, 3, 4, 5, 8-9, and 13 but haven't been able to so far. I'd appreciate any help identifying these and the other teeth I have pictured! 36-48 are
  13. kerrimarie805

    More Petrified Wood?

    This is the second of three pieces I've recently picked up that I'm a little stumped by. I'm guessing they are all three petrified wood unless someone tells me otherwise. All three were found in western Nebraska not far from the North Platte River or the canal fed by the river.
  14. PEMBWL

    Is this a bone fragment?

    This specimen was found north of Red Shirt, SD. Is this a bone fragment?
  15. PEMBWL

    Fossil from Hell Creek

    Please help identify this fossil found in Hell Creek.
  16. Kaylee

    Identification ASAP

    Hey there as I came across his bone. Need help identifying it ASAP thank you
  17. Lewisi75

    Identification, please?

    Hello! This is my first post. I am on holiday in Devon and visited a beach at Lyme Regis yesterday where I found the item below embedded in a large rock. It measured around 5” long and 3” wide. The whole thing was almost ovoid in shape which made me think it was an egg or the top of a bone i.e. neck of femur. When I tried to remove it from the rock with a chisel I realised that it formed a veneer cover to the edges of the rock (visible in third and fifth photos) and pieces were slowly flaking off until the item split into two fragments which is what I am left with. Any help in i
  18. Hello, I found this strange rock while digging a post hole about three feet deep. It was found in Fairborn Ohio about a week ago. Image 3 shows white scratches from the hand auger I was using and a layer of something that appears fibrous. Images 1,0, and 4 show the other side and a deep hole and more of the fibrous covering. The stone is about as big as my hand. Could this have been a tooth? Thank you for taking a look at it!
  19. I finally had a chance to organize my fossils from my last excursion to Iowa. The following 5 fossils are new to me and I struck out trying to identify them. Hence the need for some assistance. They are from the Burlington Limestone/ Mississippian of SE Iowa. 1. This appears to be in the shape of a crinoid cup. It is large and fits Cactocrinus imperator which is suppose to have a smooth surface in the Burlington. 2. The left side is broke away. Reminds me of a bellerophon like fossil but can find no mention. 3. There are lots of shark teeth in
  20. Sally Rose

    Wood or Bone in Costa Rica

    I found this fossil on our property in Puriscal, Costa Rica. I found it on the ground after moving some dirt from the berm next to a ditch. This ditch was dug by hand for us several years ago. The previous owner backhoed this area to flatten it. but couldn't go any farther due to the enormous rock. I am posting here because I want opinions if this is petrified wood, or bone. It measures about 10cm long, diameter about 8cm. There is a crystal formation on one end.
  21. This fossil is about an inch long and is quite thin. It reminds me of a pelvis bone. Thanks
  22. Rocks n Relics

    Not sure if this is a fossil?

    hello everyone, I'm a newbie here and with fossils and hoping y'all's experience can help me out...I live in Globe, Az and I find some awesome rocks and minerals...however I know nothing about fossils...I found this HUGE rock last year and everyone that see's thinks it might be fossils? I do know the area was underwater "back in the day"...so we have lots of limestone conglomerates that formed. The first picture is of a oval shape something that might be a fossil... it's roughly 4" by 2" width. It has lots of texture to it. The parts I'm asking about that might be bone fo
  23. Hello everyone, I apologise in advance for the lower quality photos, my phone is quite old and the camera is going. Anyways, I was down in Cape May this past weekend and I decided to beach comb on sunset beach. i found several interesting items, and I was wondering if I can get some input regarding what they are. The first two images seem to be a similar type of fossil (if it is one). I am wondering if it could potentially be Paleozoic (if anything?). However, I am not sure exactly what it is, nor the material that it is made of. The third image I think co
  24. Chris finner

    Runswick bay

    Ok so I’m interested in how the large structure is formed (the one in three segments). I’m just interested for my own education.. I took it out of a large bolder and it was orientated as it is on the carpet with a long thin piece above it.. At first I hoped it was one large piece however looking at it I’m not that sure I think the piece that scene three segments is just some form of pyrite?? The long finger like piece with the pale end at first I was hoping was bones and then I told myself into the fact it just wasn’t but then I read on this forum that if you stick your tongue on bone it will
  25. Jasonz

    Help id

    I believe this is two things. i
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