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  1. stricklandhighland

    Is this a oviraptor egg

    Puluxy formation found in rhome texas
  2. A10Airknight

    Is this an egg?

    Hi everyone, First, thank you very much for your help in identifying fossils! I just discovered this resource, and am grateful it exists. I found this unknown piece in a collections storage closet in the museum I work for. It was mixed in with other fossils and geology samples. Unfortunately, it was unlabeled, and so I do not know where or even when it was found. Again, thank you for your help, and I apologize for not having more information about the piece. If you need any other pictures, I would be happy to take them.
  3. I'd love some help identifying this fossil! The eggs(?) we found in the same area and depth. My current guess is that it's a fossilized turtle carapace?
  4. 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!
  5. I thought everyone in the Fossil ID forum would get a kick out of this one.
  6. Pjorourke87

    Help figuring out what this is

    I found this at the bottom of a dry river in the woods in Tennessee. Anybody have any idea what this could be?
  7. I found this along the central Oregon Coast. I was so curious about what it looked like inside, so I cut it in half. I was thinking maybe some type of reptile or amphibian egg. It looks like something seeped into the "Egg" rock that created the black discoloration on the edges and some interior parts. Any idea on what this might be would be greatly appreciated.
  8. Hey guys, I came across this “oviraptor egg” and was tempted to buy it. However, it is being sold very cheap and is from China, where a lot of faux fossils are made. Would anyone know whether this is real? Thanks
  9. Jbuck86

    What are these?

    My friend found these about 15ft underground in Polaski County Missouri. He said there were quite a few like 68 I think. Each one has something on the inside that rattles when you shake it. He busted the one in top left of main photo open and it looks to be a yolk but not sure. All his eggs are roughly the same size beside the small one on right and I would say they are a little larger than baseball size but can't say for sure what measurements are. Any ideas?
  10. Thorben Krähling

    Need help to identify what this is

    Found in Germany, sadly i don´t know if i found it where i live, in Hamm NRW, germany or while i was visting either the north or east sea (Nordsee/Ostsee). Had it since I was a small child and was always fascinated by it but couldnt find out, what it is. Because I have it in my possession for about 15 years, i cant really tell much more about location or anthing else, just that it looks like an egg to me, but that might be what I want it to be. its about 6x3x2,5cm big, one side is almost flat with some dark spots and a crack i think going through it. the other side looks like an egg, but
  11. MaybeAnEgg

    Egg or Rock?

    Hello everyone, I found yall on google while trying to get info about this interesting rock I found in the Fossile Coast area of Oregon a few months ago. Photos are attached and here is some info about it... Found in flowing water at the extended base of a 300 foot waterfall,. Its the tallest in the state but I forgot its name. The surrounding rock was all black and dark shades of earth., mostly basalt. My find was the only stone of a light color i saw in vicinity, both in the water and on the trail. The surface is smooth, certainly been in water a loooong t
  12. Found this a few days ago in a local creek that has Woodbine. When I picked this up it had an "echinoid sheen" to it. Also thought it was just a possible bi valve. Not so sure after looking at Turtle egg fossil or rather possible turtle egg fossils on Google.
  13. Lewisi75

    Identification, please?

    Hello! This is my first post. I am on holiday in Devon and visited a beach at Lyme Regis yesterday where I found the item below embedded in a large rock. It measured around 5” long and 3” wide. The whole thing was almost ovoid in shape which made me think it was an egg or the top of a bone i.e. neck of femur. When I tried to remove it from the rock with a chisel I realised that it formed a veneer cover to the edges of the rock (visible in third and fifth photos) and pieces were slowly flaking off until the item split into two fragments which is what I am left with. Any help in i
  14. Mr ND

    North Dakota Dinosaur Egg?

    While doing yard work, this rock caught my eye because it looked like it had fresh blood on it. I cleaned it up a bit, but there are about 5 or 6 holes with dark red dirt coming out of them. Could this be an egg? Thanks.
  15. So I found a website that claims to sell real fossils and found 2 items of my taste now but am not sure if they're real or not
  16. Rubendesmet

    Dino egg?

    Hello good people. I just registered to this site to see if someone can identify this rock/fossil i have found. Thank you if you can help me on this one.
  17. Shelia

    Egg or rock

    Trying to id this rock. Looks like an egg hard and heavy like a rock
  18. Ammonitelady

    Baby dinosaur?

    Can anyone identify this?
  19. Nicole delacruz

    Found possible Geode or something special

    So I pulled this off the side of one of our mts thinking I had a geode but it does not look like it. Any ideas or suggestions?
  20. Cul8r

    Help to I.d. please anyone?

    Found this a few years ago
  21. StMoney

    No clue, but interesting

    New to the forum and I've had this for about a year now and thought I'd toss it out there to see if anyone else finds it interesting. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of info on this. I found it at an estate sale and it was fairly low price so I thought I'd take a risk and grab it because I've never seen anything like it. Was told the owner originally got it in a shop in Utah and was told it was an egg. It had been in a fire (you can see scorch marks on the top, where there looks to be the spine) but pretty well intact. I don't see any obvious hard shell but I do notice flaking of what looks l
  22. Agate Guy

    Dinosaur Egg?

    I'm looking at what is being called a dinosaur egg (actually a pteradactyl egg, which I think is incorrect as it is too big). The seller says it was found in southern Minnesota. The seller says it was found 14 years ago and at the time, two people at the museum of natural history said it was a pteradactyl egg and showed where the beak is curled around the ball section in the middle. She said it split naturally. In looking at it using the information I've found on the internet and at this site; I'm wondering if it is a concretion of mud around a foreign body. I really want this to be a foss
  23. Robert Rankin

    What do I have here.

    I have more photos but limited to only 3.95 MB. Egg?
  24. kmutterb

    Dinosaur egg from Grandfather

    This fossil was found by my grandfather, and I inherited it. In the 80’s someone at VT said it was a dinosaur egg, but I have nothing for proof. Any ideas? Thank you so much for all of the information you have provided!
  25. White Feather

    Fossil or Rock

    I remember picking this up being with the MS Gem & Mineral Club in MS Central part years ago. I thought how interesting white on outside, red inside, could it be just a rock or an egg? I know you all will help me put this ? to rest. Thanks, Deb
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