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  1. BirdsAreDinosaurs

    Kem Kem jaw fragment

    Hi all! What do you make of this 8 cm long jaw fragment from the Kem Kem beds?
  2. Hello, I wanted to ask about this partial claw I came across, identified as a Nuthetes destructor dromeosaurid hand claw found in Hastings, Wealden of Sussex of the UK. It measures 0.5 cm. From what I can tell this species has only been described from teeth and partial jaw fragments, and @Troodon told me that Nuthetes being a tooth taxon is not even described from this locality. He also wasn't confident that it is even dinosaur/theropod. What could it be?
  3. AranHao

    Mammalian bone?

    Hello all I bought a bone these days. The seller didn't know anything about it. But I think it's interesting and cheap. I think it's like an uncertain mammalian bone. What do you think about it? Any insight on this would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hello Could someone please give their opinion regarding if this an authentic Ceratopsian bone? Per the seller it’s from Wyoming. Thank you!
  5. Fossil_Adult

    Maryland Triassic Trace Fossils

    Yesterday I set out to a site that exposed the Gettysburg formation up in Maryland in hopes of finding some Triassic footprints. What I came back with was mostly some trace fossils and burrows, but some of these looked suspiciously like tracks, so I wanted to post them on ID and see if someone with a little more experience could help me out. I’ll also probably send some emails out in hopes of getting someone who’s more experienced with the Triassic formations around PA and Maryland. Anyways here are the potential trackways I really hope to get some light shed on these and learn more about this
  6. I went on a recent fossil hunt in North Carolina looking for the cow branch formation. I found some fossils. It was a very quick stop, about an hour before I had to leave. I found what I believe is to be a footprint it reminds me of a tremnospondyl but it’s from the cow branch I believe. I also found some shells there, plant material, and pieces of what looked to be good footprint material but I wasn’t there long enough to fully examine. So here’s the finds from yesterday: Total haul: footprint in question: outline of footprint: What specie
  7. Hi everyone! I acquired this vertebrae a little while ago. I'm reasonably certain it's dinosaur and and would greatly appreciate some help narrowing down the ID. It's from the Hell Creek Formation of Powder River County, Montana. The piece is 5 cm tall, 4.7 cm wide, and 2.9 cm long. The centrums are 4.2 x 3.6 cm and 4.4 x 3.7 cm. The bone is really spongy which is best seen in pic 2, the pores are all 1 to 2 mm so I'm kinda leaning toward Theropod (if that has nothing to do with a Theropod ID please correct me). So what do you all think? Any feedback is greatly app
  8. Hello, saw a few interesting things for sale. The first one is claimed to be a partial Tyrannosaurus rex skull from hell creek formation, locality is in image measures 12 cm-10.5 other 2 are both claimed to be partial limb fragments though I have doubts it can be narrowed to be from Tyrannosaurus rex. One is 2 and a half inch the other is 2 inch. I know that they say hell creek formation Wyoming which is weird. However I think some of hell creek form is in Wyoming? I would appreciate any help in verifying whether the items are identified correctly and if not what they should be describ
  9. jikohr

    Is this a Theropod Vertebra?

    Hi everyone! I acquired this Vertebra a few months ago. It's from the Hell Creek of Powder River County, Montana. The seller listed it as Theropod and I was hoping to make sure. It measures 3 cm long, 2.6 cm tall, and 3.2/3.5 cm wide on the centrums. So what do you all think? Any feedback is greatly appreciated as always!
  10. Sergiorex

    Dinosaur claw ? id

    Saw this listing, wondering what possible animals it could be. Like raptor?
  11. Sergiorex

    Possible dinosaur tooth id

    Saw this for sale and thought it was interesting, anyone have any idea what it is? Seller says it’s a dinosaur tooth but I’m not too sure.
  12. My cousin found some possible fossils while visiting a friend's ranch in Utah years ago (he has no idea where they were). While he was there him and his friend found "dinosaur bones" that were embedded in rock (he said he broke one in half trying to get it free). Since he heard I was getting into fossils he gave me a couple of the smaller ones. I don't think they're bones but wondered if they might be some sort of trace fossil (burrow?). Let me know what you think.
  13. Hello! I'm new to the forum- this is my first post. Apologies if I make any mistakes here! My mother has had this dinosaur egg(?) in her possession ever since she was a child- it was gifted to her by her father after he had found it at the side of the road while driving. I'm not sure where specifically it's from or even if it's biological in nature at all. ....Now, I've wanted to finally conclude if this is truly a dinosaur egg (or egg of any other organism) or an interesting geologic formation. Dinosaur or not, it's a beloved object and I'd like to find out it's true identity!
  14. Rothrockbc

    Could it be...no...??

    In spite of feeling inadequate here.. I don't have the slightest clue what this is and I want to know everything from what it is or possibilities please and THANK YOU! found in a creek bed near agatized tree in southern indiana. 20220628_010555.mp4
  15. TomBailey

    Is this a Dinosaur tooth?

    Is this a Dinosaur tooth? Found at Yaverland Beach - Isle Of Wight, United Kingdom.
  16. PaleoNoel

    Micro Claw-Lance fm.

    Hi everyone! I came across this little piece as I was sorting through some of the anthill matrix I brought back from Wyoming's Lance formation. When I first found it, I must not have recognized it as a partial claw as it ended up alongside other odds and ends (fragments of bone, gar scales & other misc. fossils) at the bottom of a pill bottle where I had deposited all of my pickings. This week, however, I emptied that pill bottle to see what was inside in order to organize all the micros I found from this locality (which will get its own post eventually). It's evident to me that this is a
  17. Hi everyone! Got a nice little mystery bone from the Kem Kem here. I think it's a Coracoid bone but I'm not sure from what. I'm leaning Crocodyliform only because that seems to be the most common thing for these random mystery bones but I don't know for sure so I figured I'd seek a second opinion in case it might be something else like a fish bone. It measures 7 cm (2.76 inches). Any feedback is appreciated as always!
  18. jikohr

    Kem Kem Claw id help

    Hi everyone! I'm fairly certain there's no funny business on this one, but I don't know what type of critter it could be since I'm fairly certain 99.9% of Moroccan claw pics online are of fakes and the remaining 1% are misidentified. 37.5 mm long 12 mm tall 8 mm wide What do you all think? Dinosaur? Croc? Turtle? Pterosaur? Any feedback is greatly appreciated as always!
  19. jikohr

    Kem Kem Phalanges id help

    Hi everyone! I've gotten ahold of some kem kem phalanges and while I think most are Theropod I still could really use a second opinion to make sure (and potentially a further id like Spinosaur). I say most because while I'm fairly certain the first three are Theropod the last one looks off to me. Kinda reminding me mammal phalanges from deer or something I've seen from Florida. Any insight is greatly appreciated as always!
  20. Hi everyone! I'm helping a friend go through a large amount of Cretaceous Moroccan stuff and came across this piece. It measures 6.3 x 6.5 x 4.33 inches (16 x 16.5 x 11 cm). I know it's the process of a huge vertebrae, but I'm not entirely sure from what. I'm thinking sauropod but I was hoping to get a second opinion. Any feedback is appreciated as always!
  21. jikohr

    Pterosaur claws or fish teeth?

    Hi everyone, Just got these, I think I see blood groves but you never know. So I'm here for a second opinion. Morocco, Cretaceous, Kem Kem beds Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
  22. Nanotyrannus35

    Lance Formation Vertebra

    I had found this vertebra in the box of matrix I'd gotten for my birthday. I think that it might be either a crocodile or a Pachycephalosaurus caudal vertebra, I was hoping that you guys might be able to identify it. It was found in the Lance formation of Weston County, Wyoming. Here are the pictures. Scale is in millimeters. Thanks for any help!
  23. jikohr

    kem kem ribs id help

    Hi everyone! I'm helping a buddy go through and identify a ton of Moroccan stuff he acquired several years ago. There were two large ribs, the first is 10 inches (straight line) an the main part is .75 inches wide. the second is 5.5 inches (straight line) and 1.25 inches wide. I'm fairly certain these are Dinosaur or crocodile, leaning toward dinosaur but I'm not certain which type. Any feedback is greatly appreciated as always!
  24. This was acquired at a swap meet on California central coast. I'm an avid rock hound, it came with a small collection of sagenite purchased 20 plus years ago. I would really appreciate anyone taking time to give an opinion, guess, thought on its identity.
  25. Tootslg

    ID please.

    Please ID this for us.
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