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  1. I know there isn't obvious visual on the specimen but due to the host material being one typical fossils are found in and because of the heavy weight of it and a specific shape, I was hoping I may possibly have a fossil that can still be identified or a place to start as to what is in this rock. Thanks Also the Photos 2,3,4 & 5 are what I consider the top half of the rock and you can clearly see a pointed ridge in the middle indicating that it's possibly a fossil. The first picture is of the opposite side "bottom" which is flat. Except for the right side which shows a ridge thr
  2. AranHao

    stone ?dino bone ?

    Is this a stone or a Chunkasaurus? HellCreek FM material. I want to hear your opinions. One of the early collections has been kept for a long time. I don't know what it is. thank you
  3. ChrisSarahRox

    Geologic?

    Found in a field near a rest area outside of Lordsburg NM and the area is still Hidalgo County NM and is still an area that is from the Maastrichtian epoch. Very suggestive shape and was curious as to how something like this forms.
  4. Hello everyone, I’m a new member and although I did read the guidelines for posting, my apologies if I don’t get everything correct. I found these fossils on the Treasure Coast of Florida in excavated rock from a site approximately 15 miles inland from the coast. I cannot say the depth at which these fossils were specifically recovered but typically the quarries in this area go down to an elevation of about -5.00’ from the existing ground which is around elevation 20.00’ +/- a few feet. I don’t know if this information is helpful or just makes this a lot to read but I appreciate any input or c
  5. janette

    What might this be?

    Does anyone know what this might be? Fossil, bone or a rock? Found near a creek.. NE Ohio. Thank you!
  6. dino joe

    What is it # 2

  7. dino joe

    What is it #1

  8. Mochaccino

    Modern or fossil cat canine?

    This is described as a feline canine from the Pleistocene of Africa, 7cm long. Does that seem reasonable or does the fossil seem modern? And if it's a fossil, can anyone identify what animal it came from? Thanks.
  9. agard22

    Anything or nothing?

    Picked this up on the foreshore on Mappleton beach (Holderness Coast, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom). 20220923_133800.mp4
  10. Found in wise county in the puluxy formation..i believe this would classify as a replacement fossil ..maybe trace but its pretty apparent the skull structure is identical.
  11. taralilly

    Found at Little Miami River OH

    Hi! I am just trying to identify this, if anyone could help that would be great, thanks!!
  12. Rodneymarsh

    Potential fossil??

    Found in North Yorkshire inside a nodule. Before I attempt to remove anymore matrix does anyone have any idea what this maybe so I can go about the task in the right fashion and avoid destroying it. Thanks in advance
  13. Good day, Please could someone help with identifying this item, it was found on a beach in South Africa about 15+ years ago Dimensions: 6cm x 4cm x 4cm Any help would be appreciated.
  14. stricklandhighland

    Ok I believe this is a vertebra

    Ok guys i know ive had a rough start but i am a begginer at this and ive have yet to learn, that being said i think ive found something here and if it were authentic it would be so awesome ..I will post a scale with this asap ..But someone tell me im not crazy and this is a real dinosaur bone ive found in my backyard.
  15. Muffinsaurus

    Trace fossil or nothing?

    Found in Kentucky along AA Highway, Ordovician, Kope formation. I took it because it looked like a weird eyeball thing. I didn't think it was a fossil, just a weird rock, until I cleaned it off and found a bunch of trilobite bits on it. So that had me wondering if it was a trace fossil or if there might be something inside if I chipped away at the shape. Honestly I'm kinda itching to see if there is anything inside it. As it sorta, to my untrained eye, looks like something fell into the water about an eon ago and got covered up. However I don't want to take the Dremel t
  16. BellaLikesRocks

    Fossil beach find

    Forgot about this one yesterday. It feels very smooth. I think I see some enamel, but I am the queen of wishful thinking so I don’t know
  17. Muffinsaurus

    Is this a fossil?

    Found in Martin Kentucky, Middle Pennsylvanian, Hayden Formation. I thought I found a geode the other day so cut it open. The surrounding material got a somewhat mirror shine from the cutting tool (I assume iron rock). However when I hit it with a hammer and it cracked open I found this inside. It looks, to me, like a small fish or plant. I have no idea if this is even a fossil, so any help would be wonderful. Thanks in advance.
  18. Alex BC

    South Carolina Fossil?

    Hello there! I found this "Bone/Fossil?" on the beach in Longs SC. Any help with the identification or classification of this would be fantastic! Thanks again, ABC
  19. CuriousOne

    Maybe a fossil

    Found a couple of decades ago at Hopewell Rocks in Nova Scotia, Canada. Too light to be metal or rock.
  20. discovered this in SW MO in a heavily timbered area buried roughly 10” deep. It measures 9 1/2” in length. If someone has some thoughts of what it could be I would love to hear your ideas.
  21. Blue Ridge

    Petrified Wood?

    Hi - I collected these specimens on my property in the Blue Ridge Mtns/Shenandoah Ridge, and I’m being told they are examples of petrified wood. I’m not so sure. I’d love to hear opinions from folks who know a lot more about these formations than I do. Thank you!
  22. Aussieopal

    Fossil or not?

    Hi everyone, I am very new to this and have an extremely vivid imagination so please bear with me I found this piece of limestone in lighting ridge Australia and I can't help but see what looks to be a palm leaf shape imprinted into it and on closer examination it looks like a small feather imprint also. I hope my images are helpful. Ready to be told it's just a rock
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