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  1. Hi, i read in a website that "The best thing about fossil teeth is that they consist of the actual bone and have not been replaced by minerals from the ground." How true it is?
  2. Dino Dad 81

    Two Medicine Eggshell

    Hi all, This eggshell fragment is from the Two Medicine formation in Browning, Montana. I'm trying to figure out if it's smooth enough to fall into the Troodon camp or if it's a worn down specimen that previously had ornamentation. I'm leaning towards Troodon eggshell with calcite coating. Thanks!!
  3. Kim Eun-hyang

    Is it Baryonyx's tooth?

    This is a tooth fossil found in the Wessex Formation. The size is 1 cm. Could it be Baryonyx's teeth? thank you
  4. From the album: What is this?

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  10. Dino Dad 81

    Chunkosaurus from Lance

    Hi All, Curious to know if this hunk of chunkasaurus from Weston county Lance formation can be place in a family. Also, I marked a set of holes along the top to see if you think they could be tooth marks.
  11. Kim Eun-hyang

    What part is this bone fossil?

    This fossil came from the Hell Creek Formation, and I don't know what part or what kind of dinosaur it is, so I ask a question. thank you!
  12. AranHao

    stone ?dino bone ?

    Is this a stone or a Chunkasaurus? HellCreek FM material. I want to hear your opinions. One of the early collections has been kept for a long time. I don't know what it is. thank you
  13. AranHao

    Identify dino bones

    In fact, I found that bones are much more difficult to identify than teeth. I regret buying dinosaur bones. I have three materials here for you to give some suggestions. I hope to get the correct identification. After all, it's no good to cheat yourself. Thank you for any comments (The following information is the only one I know. There is always no location ) Hadrosaurs vertebral column From Judith River FM Montana Spinosaurus From Kemkem Group Camptosaurus(Phalanges?) Jurassic Age Morrison FM Wyoming
  14. Dustink-

    Tooth

    I’m an avid arrowhead hunter and collector - came across this tooth in north east Oklahoma - any idea -I don’t think it’s shark as it’s to round and serrated .
  15. Hi everyone, I saw a claw from the internet. But I never see something like it. May I know that is fake or real, please? Thank you
  16. I would like to know what kind of dinosaur claws this is. It comes from Moroccan kemkem. thank you
  17. Foote

    Dino egg?

    Im on the fence about this one boys! Anyone ? Some sort of calcite inside?
  18. i.amsherlocked

    ID type of bone?

    Found washed out from a river bank in Northern Alberta. Wondering if there were any guesses as to what type of bone it could be, I was thinking some sort of Scapula? Might not be able to tell from the photo angle but its nearly completely flat except for the round joint at the end.
  19. i.amsherlocked

    Gastroliths?

    Very smooth, well rounded and unlike any other type of stone in the area. Found washed out from a river bank in Northern Alberta.
  20. Found washed out from a river bank in Northern Alberta. Wondering if ID of what type of bone it could be, I was thinking toe?
  21. dino joe

    Wing and toe print

    found in mo. Same hill side
  22. dino joe

    Poo

    mo.
  23. dino joe

    Bone

    Surface find yards apart
  24. dino joe

    Print

    found in mo.
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