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Hello, I have this edmontosaurus from Hellcreck fm. I know it is a toe bone but I cannot spot it is belong the font feet or the back feet, Which position in the feet, is it in the middle of the rear. It would be great that if you can help me to spot the position. Thank you!
Hi there everyone! I recently came across a listing for what is described as a partial Edmontosaurus toe bone and I thought it would be a unique addition to my collection. The specimen’s description says it was found in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana which is pretty commonplace with this seller, but I attempted to get in contact with the seller to try and get more information about the fossil (exact locality, how they IDd the specimen, etc.) and they unfortunately never responded. I was wondering if any of y’all would give it a look and give some of your own opinions. I’d lo
I was recently at a fossil show in Buffalo NY at which I obtained some small, unidentified, pieces of bone. Three of these pieces I believe might be identifable, so if anyone know what they are, the information would be appreciated. The first one is just a small piece of bone, however, it has three holes on one end that I am curious about. Could they be bite marks? The second fossil is the one that I think has the best chance of being identified, due to it's shape. It is also unusually light for it's size. The final fossil I was told was a part of an Edmonto
Theres a few pictures so I'll upload them in seperate posts. Anyways, I was hunting in the Edmonton ravine area and found odd shaped specimen. Based on the shape I'm pretty sure its a fossil, its just awfully dense. I know for a fact that within 1km Edmontosaurs have been found. I'll post photos of the location too since you can clearly see the layers of rock, I'm just not sure what exactly im looking at. I