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  1. hi, I got this raptor egg from China. Looks to good to be true, is it a fake?
  2. Vopros

    Could it be a fossil bird egg?

    Collected on a beach in Central California. The length is 6 cm.
  3. 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
  4. 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?
  5. Daze

    Real Dinosaur egg?

    Would like to know if this is a real dinosaur egg, considering all the fakes that are out there. Described as either a Hadrosaurus or Therizinosaurus egg from China. Diameter 10 cm (3.94 inches)
  6. JorisVV

    My collection update

    New to the collection, added last week. Nest of 5 oviraptor sp. (Elongatoolithid?) from the Nanxiong Fm in China.
  7. GMAx3

    What type of egg?

    Live in IA, found in river rock at a Dollar General. Looked like small fossilized potato. After examining it, , I put it in vinegar and water to clean and something started to appear. So I stopped, didn't want to damage what was inside or take off the remaining shell. I do know that river rock is shipped from NW states and Canada. Questions are, what type of egg? And is it a body fossil with embryo? 2 1/2 inches (L) × 1 1/2 inches (lg end) and 1 inch (small end) (W), 4 inches circumference.
  8. budgetcutbravo

    Fossil egg?

    Is this a Fossil? Petrified egg perhaps? Or just a unique Rock?
  9. shana smith

    Requesting ID

    I was referred to this page by fossil sites on Facebook. All I know about fossils, is, it's never an egg.. but quite a few folks thought this could be an egg. Found in western Arizona in a dry part of the desert, but near a series of washes where water flow occasional moves things around. 5cm x 3.5cm
  10. Manu91

    Fossil egg?

    Hello everyone. Im new on this forum ,I signed up to know the opinion of experts and all you fossil fans about this "fossil?" I found at a flea marked days ago. I leave you some photos , all your opinions are welcome thanks
  11. S.Makie.2023

    Looking for an assist in identification

    Hello, Fellow Fossil Enthusiasts! I'm hoping that someone here might be able to help me in identifying these fossils, because I have hundreds of them in various stages of development, and in all of my research I have yet to find anything that remotely resembles what I've got! That is, until I found this forum - I've seen a few fossils identified here that were the very first that closely resembled what I've found, so my hope has been renewed that someone out there can help me out. I look forward to what new information might come my way! Scott
  12. Hi, do you think this pair of dinosaur eggs are genuine? The eggs are from Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China.
  13. Drsmith42809

    Fossil egg?

    It looked similar to a photo l that I saw online of an egg. But I also read that it’s extremely rare to find.
  14. Saturn

    Possible Egg?

    I can’t stop thinking that this might be an egg of some kind. Brittle outer shell. Odd layers inside. Found in Ohio, USA. thanks for your time and skills, Saturn
  15. Which higher quality fossils will become harder to obtain in the future? Both are excellent quality fossils, but I'm thinking of buying the one that will be harder to obtain in the future. Could you tell me anyone? I would appreciate it if you could tell me. I appreciate everyone's comments! thank you very much! Oviraptor egg Carcharodontosaurus tooth
  16. Clueless-Holler-Hunter


    Hello everyone. Thanks for any comment or information. Looks like limestone. Not sure if its just a natural formation or some type of egg fossilized in the limestone or a complete petrified egg. Any input is appreciated. The item was found in a creek in Middle Tennessee near the Kentucky State Line. No measurements photographed but its an oval shape 4 1/2 inches long and 3 inches in diameter. It was split when it was found. The pieces were approximately 5 feet apart. Looks like it has been cracked for some time from the wear where it fits back together. When placing both sides toge
  17. Hey guys, Saw this egg online and was wondering if it was real. To me it has the right eggshell texture but something seems off. Labelled as hadrosaur without location but is probably from China. Thanks!
  18. Hi Im new to the Forum and the fossil world. So please excuse me if I made any mistake. This is about 7*7*3cm
  19. I purchased this Hadrosaur Egg about 20 years ago from a reputable auction house. Back then I had no reason to question its authenticity and I doubt the auction house did either but times have changed and that blind trust has died. So, do you think it’s real or fake?
  20. bphillips

    Is this an egg?

    This was found in NW Arizona. Can anyone tell me what it is? Is it an egg of some sort? Thanks in advance for your time!
  21. I am not experienced in this at all and just looking for a quick opinion. There is an engraved date on bottom(1947) , would that mean it’s manufactured or do collectors date eggs when discovered? Thanks!
  22. Dino Dad 81

    Fascinating coprolite or egg?

    It's hard to capture the beauty of this thing in pictures. Could it be an egg? Just a fascinating coprolite that shows its contents?
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