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  1. Fossil Ace

    Beautiful Fossil - Lake Ontario

    Hi All, I am a recent fossil enthusiast and am excited to be a new member of this forum! I got bitten by the fossil hunting bug during a recent trip to Alberta. Yesterday, I took the kids fossil hunting around lake Ontario in the Toronto area and my 3 year old helped me find this interesting specimen. I assume its some kind of coral? Would love to know what you think it is!
  2. Lorney

    Help with fossil ID

    Just wondering if anyone recognizes this. I am pretty sure it is a fossil but not sure if it is corral or bone or something different. I don’t have any pics with a tape measure on my phone but can get some tomorrow if it would help. It is roughly the size of my palm. Found in Southern Alberta in an area that has other Bearpaw formation fossils. However I have found other marine fossils here that are clearly not from the Bearpaw formation and are thought to have been brought from further west possibly by glaciers. I also found a rugose corral in the same area. It is concave in the middle
  3. kerrimarie805

    Looks like it could be a fossil....

    It looks like it could be a fossil, tho I don't know my geology well enough to begin to speculate as to what kind of fossil it would be, if it indeed could be. It looks like it could be a rock, chalcedony in-filled with limestone maybe, however strange a shape it's taken. I've done my best to set it aside, trying to wait out my curiosity while it sits with the other chunks of chalcedony, but I can't stop looking at it. Please help! K
  4. Cherri

    Is this a brachiopod?

    Is this one?
  5. Scratthecat

    Is this a fossil?

    Hi all, Went to a beach in Somerset, England, and found this on the beach. Is this a fossil and of so what is it a fossil of? Thanks
  6. Jennig76


    Can anyone help me with identification of this item? I found it washed up on Pensacola beach. I love the beautiful pattern on it. It almost has the look and feel of wood yet I'm in certain of what it is. Thanks so much Jenni
  7. Scratthecat

    Does anyone know if this is a fossil

    I'm on holiday in Minehead England. I found this on the beach. The rock was black and crumbly. I broke it open and found this. Any idea if this is a fossil?
  8. Hello, I found this strange rock while digging a post hole about three feet deep. It was found in Fairborn Ohio about a week ago. Image 3 shows white scratches from the hand auger I was using and a layer of something that appears fibrous. Images 1,0, and 4 show the other side and a deep hole and more of the fibrous covering. The stone is about as big as my hand. Could this have been a tooth? Thank you for taking a look at it!
  9. Hello! So I found these three fossils and was curious to know about them... one i think is to be a bryozoan branch the tooth i believe to be a cow tooth not sure how old it may be and the last one is a type of small brachiopod its super tiny but again I don't know much about fossils yet but I am ready to learn more ! So if any one knows anything about these fossils that'd be a great help! First 6 pictures are from the riverbed and the last two are from the beach in Lübeck,Germany Thanks!
  10. Shanerbaker

    Dino eggs or something else?

    Hi everyone. I would like your opinion of if this is a dinosaur egg or something else, like a Concretion. I found it several years ago about an hour south of Williston North Dakota. I know the area is known for having cannon ball Concretions but it is also known for an area rich with fossils and petrified wood. I have spent countless hours researching and looking through photos of both Dino eggs and Concretions etc. but have never found anything that looks exactly like this. The closest looking thing I have found to it was actually Dino eggs in the natural history museum in New York. I f
  11. Alexander D.G

    Maybe fossil?

    Hi everyone, Found this rock while on a hike in Spain. It had some odd texture/pattern on it so i brought it with me. Doubt its a fossil but figured someone here would know for sure. Its 10-15cm in length, hard rock and a bit of crystallization in some parts. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
  12. Barbastrupp

    Tooth - recent or fossil?

    Hi all I’m new here. My son found today this tooth in a sandy brookside in Switzerland. First I thought it’s from a cow. But then I was searching google pictures and I was confused. Could ist be a fossile? Can someone help? Thank you!
  13. Paleorunner

    curious stone, or fossil?

    Hello. I found this some time ago, in an outcrop, of the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian). some fragments of belemnite, which seems to me a poorly preserved hedgehog radiola, a solitary coral, (it may be a kind of placosmilia). and a curiously shaped stone, which has me puzzled, and I would like to know what it is. sorry for the photos, but I don't have a good tool to make them better.
  14. chickraiser

    Any idea

    Any idea what kind of bone? Found in reform, alabama, area was recently logged. Was heavenly wooded area before
  15. Rocks n Relics

    Not sure if this is a fossil?

    hello everyone, I'm a newbie here and with fossils and hoping y'all's experience can help me out...I live in Globe, Az and I find some awesome rocks and minerals...however I know nothing about fossils...I found this HUGE rock last year and everyone that see's thinks it might be fossils? I do know the area was underwater "back in the day"...so we have lots of limestone conglomerates that formed. The first picture is of a oval shape something that might be a fossil... it's roughly 4" by 2" width. It has lots of texture to it. The parts I'm asking about that might be bone fo
  16. D.R. Johnson

    Fossil in slab?

    Hi. I work in a garden centre. We have spotted this on one of the slabs we sell and we were wondering if it was a fossil. If so, what is it?
  17. TomIslay

    Beach find, fossil?

    Hi, I work at the nature centre on the Isle of Islay. We had a school visit today and a little girl brought in the rock/fossil pictured. She found it on a pebble beach near Bowmore on the Isle of Islay. I had a quick look at our fossil books and couldn't identify it. Apologies for lack of scale, is about 10cm long. Any help much appreciated. Thanks
  18. JorisVV

    Whale species Vertabraes

    After cleaning these 2 big bois, which are whale fossils. But maybe it's possible some people know what kind they are. If not, can you refer me to someone? Thanks in advance! The biggest is about 18CM in heigth
  19. Lorney

    Help with id

    Can anyone id this? I would have just wrote it off as a rock if it wasn’t for the hole in the ends. Not sure if it goes right through or not. I can’t blow through it but there is sediment inside the hole. A friend suggested it was maybe a worm burrow. The area I found this in mainly has Bearpaw formation fossils but lately I have been finding older stuff like a rugose coral that was maybe deposited by glacier or river flow from older deposit upstream. If this is some kind of worm burrow cast do you have any suggestion as to the age? Thanks in advance for any insight.
  20. It was found south East Iowa and I assume it’s a fossil not sure does anyone know?
  21. ReikiEFX

    Sparkling Rock

    This is a beautiful sparkling rock crystal of some sort. Im trying to expand my knowledge of rocks crystals and minerals. Just need some input. Anything will do
  22. ReikiEFX

    Identify Me?

    Can someone tell me more about this interesting find? It was found in my backyard in the last two weeks on top of the grass in the yard. In Middle Tennessee. outside edge of Nashville.
  23. ReikiEFX

    What am I?

    Can someone tell me more about this interesting find?
  24. Jessyb123

    Unknown WV fossil

    Heres something I found yesterday in a Creek bed at the bottom of Kate's Mountain, in Harts Run which is located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Found lots of crinoid columnals, and brachiopod fossils as well, thanks in advance for any information! I apologize for my fossil ignorance but I am having such a great time finding them and learning!
  25. So I gave up on finding spinosaurus claws so I decided to switch carnivores to herbivores and to my surprise I found a lot of beautiful pieces like this and I was wondering if it's genuine or not
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