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  1. musicnfossils

    Weird Dinosaur Bone

    I may have posted this one before so apologies I can’t remember, I’m just so curious about it. I thought maybe a strange vert but now I’m not sure. maybe just an unidentifiable chunkosaur. Dinosaur park fm
  2. Hello! I'm an amateur fossil collector who has recently bought two pieces online. I normally buy at museums or markets but these were a good deal. Wanted to check that these were genuine fossils and not a scam. Fossils came with certificate of authenticity from [seller name redacted] but I know that doesn't mean much. Pterosaur tooth - Tafilalet, Morocco Triceratops bone S.Dakota N. AMERICA Thanks !
  3. Robert Halvorson

    ID my fossil

    Again I just want to stay thank you for everybody's comments I love this forum I'm brand new at this this is like my 5th day 6 day maybe and I'm hooked already I need all the help I can possibly get I don't know what this is can you please help me as far as I know it's nothing could be a rock looks like a tooth to me any help I can get will be deeply appreciated thanks in advance everybody have a wonderful day
  4. svcgoat

    Lance Formation Sediment #6

    1 Last picture is cleaned up the groove was interesting
  5. Nanosaurus

    State Dinosaur for Idaho

    I am so glad to see this. When I was a kid I was told Idaho didn't have dinosaurs, but luckily my colleagues and I have managed to show they are here and were just a bit more hidden than in areas with actual good rock exposures. And now to get an official state dinosaur approved and on the way to the Governors desk is extra special. Kuddos to all the school kids who helped with this! https://www.ktvb.com/video/news/local/208/bill-to-give-idaho-a-state-dinosaur-passes-house/277-5ad44216-c84b-4e12-ae38-9745f5887ca2 https://www.postregister.com/news/education/ucon-elementa
  6. So I found these in my backyard while working on my chicken coop and I don't know if they are dinosaur eggs or concretions
  7. poponpo

    dinosaurus vertebral

    Is there a way to distinguish the vertebral of theropods and ornithopods? They the same to the untrained eye.
  8. Hello everyone, I bought a few nice fossils from the KemKem , some of them have some glue remnants and some small dirt or matrix parts still on them. They also have a very matt looking patina. I was wondering what products to best use to clean it up as best as I could do , and perhaps give them a bit more shine ? Looking forward to what others suggest thanks
  9. musicnfossils

    Building Custom Display Stands

    Needed another hobby besides just collecting fossils…how about making my collection look better? A lot of the fossils I’ve purchased or have been gifted came with really nice custom stands from the local shop, so I’m starting to make some of my own. Just used a scrap piece of wood for the first one in case I screwed up…my woodworking skills are practically nonexistent but that’ll change with practice. Decided to start off with this nice hadrosaur toe bone I found last year! More will be posted here in the future. I really enjoyed doing this.
  10. Jaimin013

    My Collection

    Hi everyone on Fossil Forum, I am pretty new to fossil collection but I have decided to post what I have currently collected and will continue to update this page with new fossils that I acquire over time. I am now looking to acquire rarer teeth now! Details of Specimen: Triceratops Tooth Hell Creek Formation, Carter County, Montana Late Cretaceous Period (65 Million Years Old) Measurements: 1.5 inches long x 3/4 inch wide x5/8 inch thick Weight: 8.9 Grams No restoration at all. all natural specimen. I love the way this looks and its huge!
  11. FossilRobert

    Hell Creek Foot Unguals

    I have 3 foot unguals that I'm struggling to identify. All are from the Hell Creek Formation in Fallon County, Montana.
  12. parrotparrot333

    The humerus of the Hadrosauridae?

    Is it the upper arm bone of the Hadrosauridae? I draw the Forelimbs with the fossil preserved area (Red colour).
  13. I purchased this Dinosaur egg and now I want to prep it a little. I don't have an airscribe, is there another way to remove the thin layer of matrix without damaging the eggshell or shell structure?
  14. LordWampa

    Dinosaur chunks

    Hello, a local store brought this fossils from Tucson and are selling them. Are chunks of different dinosaurs. Is it really possible to ID the dinosaur with just this kind of piece? Or you have to hope that the guy that found them, found other pieces in the same matrix to be able to ID it? Thanks!!
  15. 'Extremely rare' fossilized dinosaur voice box suggests they sounded birdlike (msn.com) s42003-023-04513-x.pdf The "extremely rare" discovery of an 80 million-year-old fossilized voice box that belonged to an armored dinosaur reveals that the ancient beast may have sounded more birdlike than experts previously thought, new research suggests.
  16. BirdsAreDinosaurs

    Illustration of Deltadromeus agilis

    Hi all. This is my take on Deltadromeus agilis, the "agile delta runner". Here it is chasing a nice fat beetle.
  17. JorisVV

    My collection update

    New to the collection, added last week. Nest of 5 oviraptor sp. (Elongatoolithid?) from the Nanxiong Fm in China.
  18. There is a tiny town in Texas called Seymour. It has two stoplights. It's tiny. But there is a museum there - the Whiteside Museum of Natural History which is primarily dedicated to Permian Era fossils because there are the famous Red Beds very nearby, of which this museum has access to. So they put together the inaugural Permian Fest held last weekend. Not only did they have digs and auctions and fancy fund-raising dinner, but some of the best paleontologists from around the US gave presentations. I got to meet Carl Mehling, Jimmy Waldron and the infamous Dr Robert Bakker as well as some o
  19. Fossil Collect

    Ankylosaurus tooth?

    Hello! Is this a ankylosaurus tooth? It is from Niobrara county Wyoming Lance fm. and the tooth measures .3 inches. Thanks.
  20. Mcfitman

    Petrified dinosaur head

    This specimen was found near the town of Mammoth, Arizona.
  21. Hello dear all, after a long and stressful time I finally was able to acquire some new teeth and to try to figure out (to my best ;-)) what they are or might be… After reading these really helpful guides on the Hell Creek teeth I tend to label this tooth as Acheroraptor temertyorum The serration count is between 17 and 21 (actually i counted 17, 19 and 21, depending on the location +-1 inaccuracy)on a length of 5mm The length (CBL) is approx. 1.1 cm According to the seller it is from the Hell Creek Fm, Montana. Would you agree on Acheroraptor?
  22. HannahN

    Dinosaur fossils?

    Hello, I recently acquired these two chunks from a seller in Apache Junction, Arizona. He claims that they are from Colorado, but I was not able to get a more specific location. Can anything be known about these? The seller said the larger piece looked like a vertebrae, but I have no clue. Any insight would be appreciated!
  23. BirdsAreDinosaurs

    Illustration of a Rebbachisaurus

    Hi all! In this illustration, I combine two of my favorites: dinosaurs and Jeroen Bosch. Does it make sense to combine the two? Not really, but I did it anyway The dinosaur is my take on a Rebbachisaurus (as featured on my Kem Kem poster): The background of the picture is bases on a painting by Bosch: "(The damned in) Hell".
  24. BirdsAreDinosaurs

    Miniature dinosaur museum

    Welcome to... my tiny dinosaur museum! I used to work at the largest natural history museum of the Netherlands and now I created a little copy of my own. I just recently started collecting dinosaur teeth from Morocco. At the moment I have 7 teeth: two Spinosaurids, one Carcharodontosaurid, 3 Abelisaurids and a Titanosaurid. As you can see, I also like to collect dinosaur models that are more or less accurate according to latest insights. The museum is still under construction: the labels are not correct (this is what I got from the fossil dealers, I need to make better
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