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  1. Wildforensic

    Cow or bison bones- oklahoma

    Bones found in Northwest Oklahoma rural farmland. Cow?
  2. EroHed

    Bone ID

    I found this bone in a creek, here in SW, MS. I find lots of mastodon parts and one mastodon. I was wondering if anyone could ID this piece?
  3. SawTooth

    Bison?

    I was just checking to make sure, I found this in a dredge in Florida a while back (definitely the best condition mammal from the dredge). Is it bison, or some huge llama, or even cow. Thanks!
  4. Bails

    Mammal Tooth ID

    Hi all, I found this tooth that washed out of the Charleston Harbor in South Carolina that is ~3 inches long and ~2 inches wide. I was wondering if someone could help me with an ID on it? Thinking it may be horse, bison, or cow, but those are just guesses so any help would be appreciated!
  5. Rasmu004

    Partial bone identification

    Greetings, I found this bone on property where cattle used to feed and where bison were native to. This was found in the side bank of a washout and roughly 1 ft below surface grade. A friend went to track for it and it snapped upon grabbing it and the other portion is still buried. It is currently frozen so I am unable to dig further into the bank to reveal more of the bone. It appears to be fairly old and the inside is hollowed out. I was wondering if anyone may be able to identify it based on side and shape. Please let me know what your thoughts are.
  6. Hite_andrew77

    Bison or Cow help

    Would reall appreciate some help if someone could help me determine wether these are cow or bison teeth!
  7. Jay and T.

    Buffalo tooth or cow tooth?

    This tooth was found in a creek in Washington county, MO. Can someone verify if this is a buffalo or cow tooth.
  8. Jay and T.

    Buffalo tooth or cow tooth?

    This tooth was found in a creek in Washington county, MO. Can someone verify if this is a bison or cow tooth.
  9. K.drijber

    Cow or bison tooth?

    Hey folks! I found this tooth while walking through the castle river in southern Alberta, in the mountains. It was lying on the river gravels; the river is very low currently and would normally be flowing over where i found the tooth. I've read a few posts here regarding the debate of cow vs bison, I think this stylid seems to me quite prominent but, I'm no expert! Heh. Sorry about the ruler being in inches, it was the only one i could find! It doesn't seem to be fossilized at all but from wear and color I would say it is fairly old. Bison used to be in this area in pre-settler times so I feel
  10. FogOfGrass

    NE Kansas | Kansas River | Bone ID

    Hello. A quick introduction. I have been walking the kaw for decades and have amassed a collection of artifacts and bones. What I have not amassed is the ID skills, especially between bison and cow. There are hints in the area I hunt that at one time, long ago, a butchery that either has eroded off the bank or they discarded items into the river. Guessing it was near Grantville, Kansas. So it can be a bit confusing for me between that and how the river deposits in general can age at different rates depending on where they’ve been hiding out. I really look forward to getting to kno
  11. Barbastrupp

    Tooth - recent or fossil?

    Hi all I’m new here. My son found today this tooth in a sandy brookside in Switzerland. First I thought it’s from a cow. But then I was searching google pictures and I was confused. Could ist be a fossile? Can someone help? Thank you!
  12. Monica Huebner

    Bone identification

    Hey Everyone I found this at Twelve Mile Coulee. Any idea on what it is?
  13. Zenmaster6

    Bison or Cow

    Need help in this ID
  14. Can anyone help me with the following fossils? (what species etc.). Made a selection of a bigger compilation (most important fossils are shown). Kind regards
  15. Sagebrush Steve

    Modern bone. Cow? Horse? Other?

    Well, this is modern, I don’t even have to do a burn test. Sorry if this is the wrong place to post, but I was hoping someone could help with an ID. I came across it when I was out on a hike through Little Death Hollow in southern Utah awhile back. I don’t have any other photos of it, which will probably make the ID more difficult. I’m thinking cow humerus, or maybe horse. Thoughts?
  16. Bob-ay

    Mammal Tooth

    Interesting mammal tooth found scanning a Monmouth County NJ stream today. Can anyone help identify? Old or new? Cretaceous stream
  17. Bobby Rico

    ID please on this mammal tooth

    Hi all I have been looking at old boxes of fossils to find some goodies for my Secret Santa and I found this tooth. Label says, found 1988 , near Stratford upon Avon. from the period of the Devensian Glaciation. I think it is a bos tooth but an ID from the forum would be really great. Thanks for your help. have a nice weekend. Bobby
  18. Godofgods

    Bison or cow tooth?

    Hi everyone, does anyone know if this tooth is from bison or cow? Thanks
  19. Hello! My message today is about the definition of a "find" accidentally seen in the Internet. They write about the teeth of the alleged Coryphodon originally from China. But isn't it a horse or bovine? Although, judging by the photo, there may be a fossil? Thank you for your opinions!
  20. found this tooth in the London Thames River. from what i have read it could be an old bison tooth and not a cow tooth. im hoping its a bison tooth. it surely feels like stone its heavy. but i am no expert. hoping somebody could tell me if it’s fossilised and which animal it comes from. some people say the isolated stylid on one side makes it look like a bison. somebody else said the great size of it could mean bison. thank you so much for your help.
  21. HuntingtownHunter

    Mammal tooth?

    Hello everyone! New member, just joined today. Great to be here! I live in Huntingtown, Maryland in Calvert County. Lots of Meg teeth and Miocene era fossils. Was trying to get some help identifying these mammal teeth. I found them on the Patuxent River right up from where I live on an embankment that backs up to a cliff. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Have been told Camel but not sure.
  22. Harry Pristis

    Horn Core and "Horn"

    From the album: BONES

    "Horns" (sensu lato) are what bovids have on their heads; "horn" (sensu stricto) is the outer covering or sheath of keratinized skin on bovid horns. Keratin horn does not preserve as a fossil, except perhaps in permafrost. In bovids, horn cores are living bones (that is, they are vascularized and they grow). Horn (keratin) is not vascularized, though new keratin is laid down to keep up with bone growth. Bovid horns are not shed seasonally as with cervid antlers, nor is the keratin sheath shed annually as with the antilocaprid pronghorn antelope. Bone horn cores have internal channels

    © Harry Pristis 2015

  23. Praefectus

    Fossil ID: Bison or Cow?

    Hello. Is this tooth a cow or a bison tooth? Let me know if you need any more pictures. Thanks.
  24. Irmis

    Cow or Taurus tooth?

    Found it walking by seashore. Waves washed it out. Could it be something interesting, or just regular cow tooth? I'm from Lithuania
  25. Drizzt0000

    River find in Arkansas river

    Found this in the river having a hard time figuring out if it's an old cow or Bison jaw
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