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  1. https://www.yahoo.com/news/giant-dinosaur-footprint-discovered-mongolia-desert-073559045.html
  2. I picket this up at the gem and mineral show today in Denver. I have a bad feeling I got burned on this. I am new to this forum and would really really appriciate any help I could get in determining if it is real or not. It was supposedly found is Massachusetts. The print is not completely flat, it has bumps and hills in it, but the print is not an impression or indentation.
  3. Found this rather nice dinosaur footprint a while back in Fairlight Cove, posted it as it is nice & clear (& I like the colour contrast). Geology dates to approximately 143 - 139 mya. There is also a nearby sunken forest thought to be 6,000 years old + that is usually overlooked & unknown to the majority of the beachcombers. Not a location I often go to, but it is a great site and I will have to go back soon. Happy days fossil hunting!
  4. StevenJD

    Texas Bone And Footprint

    Wanting to see what y'all think. The "bone" was found on the north side of San Antonio, the "footprint" was found in the Texas Hill Country near known dinosaur footprints. Are these fossils?
  5. FreshH20

    Footprint Fossil

    Can someone please ID this for me?
  6. I picked this up in Tucson a few weeks ago, and I was super-excited when I found it. I have never seen a dinosaur footprint on sale in a rock shop before, and I didn't even realize that such things could be bought at all. I guess I though dino footprints were super-rare. However, the dealer had about 4 of them, and I've seen a few similar ones for sale on eBay, but nowhere else. So, does anyone know how rare these are? What do you figure they're really worth? I'm not sure if this is something I should hang onto as an investment piece, or something I should trade for or sell. The only in
  7. Hi all, I got a dinosaur track again! Of a different sort this time. I am talking about the footprint in the middle of the pic. The width of the matrix is 13 cm. Currently the info I am provided with is, Aomoepus Early Jurassic (200 MYA) Granby, Massachusetts Portland Formation I can't help but feel that it looks more like a Grallator footprint. And while its locality is narrowed down to Granby, I can't find any supposed sub-genus of tracks there. Thoughts?
  8. jonec016

    Dino Footprint ?

    Hi me and my girlfriend believe we may have found some sort of footprint in a stone within the Cornish country side. We have little to no experience in such subjects however we thought it may be worth just uploading it to you guys for a more expert opinion. Any help appreciated. Thanks Chris
  9. tomdonohue1

    Is This A Track Fossil?

    Hi, I was wondering if someone could help me identify this. Found near Corry, PA (NW PA) in a stream bed. Bedrock in the area is U. Devonian & Mississippian, rock type is SS or conglomerate. I realize land animals were not present in the Devonian, so I'm thinking its Mississippian. Is this a track fossil or something else? If it is a track, does anyone know what could have made it? It seems like something relatively heavy may have depressed the sediment (I tried to show the depth with a dime), and it wouldn't just be a twig or leaf.
  10. Hi all, sorry if this topic has already been made, but I couldn't find any threads teaching how to properly paint out fossil trackways. Basically I have a piece of Green River matrix with some bird tracks on it. As the depressions are very faint, i intend to darken the tracks the same way people often do for Grallator trackways. Any recommendation on the paint or material or method used? Thanks.
  11. Dianka

    Upstate Ny Fossil Footprint?

    I've found this slab in the creek, upstate NY (Greene county). It doesn't really look man-made to me, so I was wondering if this could be a fossil footprint, or just something created by the nature? Thanks for looking, I'll appreciate any comments you may have (dark color is just water) this pattern on the side of the slab reminds me of a hardened lava flow
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