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  1. Kingofthekats

    Fossil Bone?

  2. First post on the forum but figured this would be the best place to get some information. I found this "rock" yesterday while checking a bean field near Scottsbluff, NE. I'm an agronomist so I spend all summer wandering around in cultivated fields and this is the first "rock" of this nature I have found (lots of fossils in the area but usually just toe bones, vertebrae, etc...) Upon inspection it appeared much different than anything I've ever found. Unfortunately it looks to hat been hit with various farm implements over the year which has left some chunks missing. After researching online, I
  3. Dinomaniac


    What is this fossil dino? Is this real? It is a raptor but I don't know what raptor
  4. Is this a icythosaurus skull? Please help identify.
  5. Fossil Claw

    Dino foot prints in MD

    Does anyone know where I might be a blessing to legally be hunt for dino footprints in frederick county MD? I will be passing through on a trip next week and would like to do some hunting. If you know a location and I want to go on a hunt Tuesday or Thursday PM me. Thank you.
  6. Hi, I'm sort of new to the forum but have been digging round the streams on NJ for a while. Over the winter I picked up dremel that's solely dedicated to prepping fossils. Anyway, I'm looking for a site or person where is can buy bulk material/concretion/nodules to work on.
  7. Fossil Claw

    Dinosaur vert ID

    Picked up this vert cheap today. The guy said he thought it was a dinosaur vertebra. He bought it a long time ago and list all the day on it. He remembers it coming from the USA and that's about all he remembers. It is 4 inches by 3 inches wide and very heavy for it's size. Any ideas?


    Found this in the lower Brazos River, Tx. Any guesses? Thanks in advance
  9. sixgill pete

    Plesiosaur vert

    A very rare find from North Carolina. As is most any dinosaur material. I am currently in the process of donating this vert to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, to become their first Plesiosaur vert from North Carolina in their collection.
  10. Recently bought a couple of Grallator dinosaur footprints. A Podokesaurus South Hadley, MA in the Connecticut River Valley. and one from La Grand-Combe, the Mont Lozère, France. Curious to see what others have.
  11. http://www.thepostathens.com/article/2016/10/ohio-university-researchers-new-reptile-species
  12. paleoblog23

    Masiakasaurus vs Noasaurus!

    Welcome to the first entry of my dino blog! I figured for the first entry I should do something exciting and personal to me, so I'm doing a face-off between my two favourite dinosaurs: masiakasaurus and noasaurus! These two dinos are roughly the same size and are the two smallest abelisaurids found so far. Before we get into the match-up, lets look at some stats and figures for the reptiles themselves. First off we have masiakasaurus, a piscivorous dinosaur with long, outward jutting teeth designed to capture and make sure any fish caught can't escape. Its arms had to be strong in order
  13. lcordova


    Hi, Last month I was browsing an estate auction, saw this footprint and without knowing anymore, since the price seemed reasonable I bought it.... I mean, never seen a "dino track" available. At least something new in the collection. The old man i bought it from, told me that if he remember well, he geot it from "someplace in the northeast" (a 80 something year old kid who was downsizing all his home), that´s all. If someone has an idea of where it could come from and what it could be I´ll appreciate it. Luis
  14. abyssunder

    Dino_Bird Claw...or Something Else?

    Hello TFF! I have another(I think interesting) undetermined fossil set from the "Snail hill",Vidra locality,Romania.I found these fossils at a second site not far away from the first,dated cretaceous/senonian. Please help ID these. Thank you. Set1 Set2 Set3
  15. Iydalnoom

    Is This A Dino Bone?

    Hi, I found this on a sandbank in the middle of the Old Man River in Lethbridge, Alberta. On the same sandbank we found ammolite. Is this just a rock or could it be bone? It is very heavy It is porous
  16. megabass22

    Dinosaur Tooth?

    Recently I was in one of those rock shops (that sells minerals and fossils and stuff), there was a bunch of cool things, but i only bought this little tooth. I have no idea what it is (a sign simply said "dinosaur teeth", but i'm not sure about that), and no idea from where it is or how old it is, so that's why i'm asking here. Normally I would be able to identify it myself, but as you will be able to see in the pictures it has an unusual feature. Side views: https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3872/14489842440_52d64b7d68.jpg https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3905/14489898748_09b6c59d4f.jpg Vi
  17. skippythefossilfreak

    Skippy's Free Kids Fossil Hunt

    THIS WAS A GREAT DAY FEB 15 AT NOON IN THE COMOX VALLEY SKIPPY THE FOSSIL FREAK GAVE AWAY OVER 1000 BAGS WITH FOSSILS and over 500 local fossils to the freaky cool kids of V[attachm
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