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  1. Beema247

    Can anyone identify this fossil?

    My friend found this fossil about 35 years. Can anyone identify what it could possibly be?
  2. I bought this today, and just want to know if it’s real or not. I’m new to rock and fossil collection. thanks!
  3. JoeBader

    ID needed

    Can anyone tell if this might be a fossil? I found it in Mount Lebanon, Lebanon. Thank you in advance!
  4. I was recently presented with the fossil below as a gift that was supposedly excavated and sourced from Morocco. As I'm not an expert, for insurance purposes..looking to confirm the authenticity if this is an Spinosaurus claw or not; thanks in advance for your time and consideration:
  5. Renea West

    Rock found in western NC

    I recently found this rock and was intrigued by the square hole. Any ideas as to what may have caused this?
  6. I need help identifying this specimen. I found it while sorting through a box of childhood treasures collected by my maternal grandfather, probably in the late 1880s and early 1890s. The "collection" is varied and disorganized. It includes lithic tools, projectile points, potsherds, mineral specimens, fossils, military buttons, some boars' tusks, rodent skulls, and other curiosities -- in short, anything that might have caught the eye of a youngster. None of the items in the collection, including this specimen, have been treated for preservation or appearance. Provenance of the objects is
  7. Sinisterimplications

    Hand fossil?

    This is One Of Those Things. Hereafter referred to as OOTT. I have no knowledge of what it is and am seeking illumination. To me it looks like a hand minus most of the fingers. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Warmest regards, G.
  8. Mahmoud

    snake fossil

    i found this fossil in constructions project at alhaditha city
  9. DenverEdge

    Judith River Ceratopsian tooth?

    I just got another possible Judith River shed tooth out of a different piece of matrix. While in the matrix ceratopsian was suggested. I’m hoping it’s not a pebble this time. Just over a quarter inch in length
  10. kerrimarie805


    Again, found by the river...this one could have come from along the canal but that's connected to the river. Nebraska panhandle. Pooh? I see corn and peanuts, lol.
  11. kerrimarie805

    Too weird, don't know where to post

    I like lumpy, warty rocks so saw only one side of this before getting it home to see the other side, which I generally expect to be nothing too surprising. This piece, however, is so very different on it's flip side that even though I can see the cross section of it I really can't decide if I've got a crazy rock, track fossil, or an artifact (unlikely at best). I took as many pics as I could as they aren't as good as I'd like. As usual, I was hounding along the river as it rambles through the Nebraska panhandle. Please, post this where it belongs and, as always, I hold what you all
  12. 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!
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. Cherri

    Is this a brachiopod?

    Is this one?
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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?
  19. 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!
  20. 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!
  21. 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
  22. 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!
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