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Found 52 results

  1. Hi all, I hope someone can help me ID these items I've been finding for about a year now in and by a local creek in Sullivan County, TN. I've shown them to staff at the Nature Center of a nearby park and to various others who have an interest in such things, and no one has been able to say for sure what they are. I've had theories from corals to beads to stalactites (helictites, actually) to burrow casts. All are tube-like, all have holes through them (a few have one end closed, but not many) some have a bumpy, pebbly surface and some are smooth. The biggest is 1 1/2 to 2 inches in length. The area is known for Ordovician finds, and has a lot of caves and sinkholes. I also find a lot of quartz crystals and small (< 1") geode-type rocks in this creek, and the occasional Woodland period artifact. There is an abundance of chert/flint, and unfinished knapped pieces aren't uncommon. I'm anxious to hear your theories and ideas. Thanks much.
  2. Jurassic coprolite?

    Hi This is maybe coprolite? Age:Jurassic , Oxfordian Location: Jasna Cave , Kraków , Southern Poland This specimen is incomplete .
  3. Spine?

    Hellou,found this and some ppl. tell me is piece of spine...this piece is 60x20cm and weight 5.5kg...what you think..tnx...ah..and found in Balkan.
  4. For trade. 1.75 x 1 inch Urus spelaeus tooth. Pleistocene, Romainia.
  5. Petrified Mushroom/ fungus

    Hello everyone, How rare are petrified fungus and mushrooms? A buddy of mine has what I believe to be a petrified fungus/ mushrooms total of 4. He broke them off of a mine shaft ceiling. I will post pictures later this week. Thanks
  6. Whats is it?

    Hi Whats is it? Drawn from the wall of the cave.
  7. Rodent rib fossil?

    Hi This is fossil or modern bone? Location: Twardovski Cave, Kraków , Southern Poland Age:?
  8. Fossil snail pleistocene

    Hi This is fossil?Probably not, but I prefer to ask. Location: near hole cave,Twardovski Cave ,Kraków, Southern Poland Age:?
  9. fossil bone?

    Hi This is fossil? Location: Twardovski Cave, Kraków ,Southern Poland Age:? Size: near 59-60mm
  10. Snail fossil or modern snail ?

    Hi this is fossil snail? Location:Near Jasna Cave silt Kraków ,Southern Poland I found it in the cave. It was full of bones and droppings but rather contemporary. Shell dug out of silt cave
  11. Claw in cave

    Hi Whats bone it? Size: near 21 mm long Location:near Twardowski Cave, Kraków, Southern Poland Age:?
  12. Cave bone

    Hi Whats is animal bone it? Location: Twardovski Cave , Kraków, Southern Poland
  13. Whats is this?

    I found this in the cave expelled from the cave. What could it be? Sounds like it will throw on the table. Location: Twardowski Cave , Kraków , Southern Poland Age: ? Size: near 17 mm x 10 mm
  14. Pleistocene seed?

    Hi This is fossil seed? Location: Twardovski Cave , Kraków , Southern Poland Size : Near 4 mm
  15. Bone Cave

    Hi Whats is bone animal it? Size: near 11 mm Location: Twardovski Cave, Kraków , Southern Poland.
  16. Bat bone ? And phalanx?

    Hi This is bat bone and phalanx ?
  17. What kind of bones are these?

    Hello, I found these bones in the back of a cave in Macedonia this summer. I first noticed the big bone in the first picture, and after removing some stones I found the rest of the bones that you see lying in the back of the first picture. I do not know anything about fossils, so I am wondering what the opinion of the experts on this forum is. At the moment, I already got two expert opinions, but both are saying something completely different! I will let you know what they said later, in order not to bias you... Hopefully you can help me solve this...Thanks in advance! Dennis
  18. Cave Hyena jaw

    From the album Ice Age Europe

    A partial jaw (teeth missing) of the Cave Hyena from the Pleistocene North Sea. Crocuta crocuta spelaea.
  19. Ursus spelaeus ulna

    From the album Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) collection.

    An ulna bone from an Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear). Found in the "Drachenhöhle", Mixnitz, Austria.
  20. Ursus spelaeus mandible.

    From the album Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) collection.

    Huge Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) left mandible. From Mixnitz, Steiermark, Austria. The "Drachenhöhle", or " Dragons Cave".
  21. Ursus spelaeus mandible.

    From the album Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) collection.

    Huge Ursus spelaeus (Cave Bear) left mandible. From Mixnitz, Steiermark, Austria. The "Drachenhöhle", or " Dragons Cave".
  22. My Own Cave Bear

    Just wanted to share a new fossil I bought some days ago. It's the right side of a mandible from a cave bear (Ursus spelaeus). It's about 40,000 years old, 30 cm (12 in.) long, and was found in Romania. I find ice age mammals really interesting, so I'm happy I got this!
  23. Cave Exploring in Tennessee

    From the album Jerry's Really Old Stuff

    Friend Robert Skipper and myself Campbell Cave, Perry County Tennessee March, 1962. Campbell cave was one of the larger of numerous caves in the massive Silurian limestone formations from which Perry County was formed.
  24. Help Needed On Identification

    Hello there guys, I recently visited a cave up in the Mediterranean mountains with a group of fellow fossil hunters, among the fossilized water droplets covering the floor I found this strange specimen, I have found many fossils during my fossil hunting lifetime but I am not very good at identifying them. I'd really appreciate any help on what this is, to me it looks like anything from a fossilized skull to a fossilized sapling. I doubt it is a sapling though seeing as I found it in a cave. Thank you
  25. Hi, I'm new to this site, and I would like to say hello to everyone, and start off by showing a tooth found in Northern Arkansas near a cave! We have no idea what animal this could be from, or if it is even a fossil. We thought it was.
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