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  1. Mtwombly

    Antler Tine?

    This was found in northern Florida. I thought it was a claw core, as it is definitely not a tooth. However, now I am thinking antler tine. I would love some opinions on if that's correct!
  2. FloridaLemonShark13

    What kind of fish mouth plate is this?

    Wading in one of the creeks in my neighborhood provided a few small fossils and I found a interesting looking mouth plate. This is a late Pleistocene area, and in the Tampa member of the Arcadia formation, and the other finds I’m wondering is are these alligator scutes or could I be wrong?
  3. I found this in my front yard while raking. I live on the outskirts of Fresno, Ca. Can anyone tell me what it is? I have found other, what looks to me, like bones.
  4. I’m a fisherman and I’ve just done a trip on a Beamer trawler. We were fishing 20 miles south of lizard point in Cornwall and caught this in one tow. The skipper and his father both said they’ve seen this before but it’s not common, neither knew what it is exactly. It was in one lump but my fellow crewmen hit it with a rail pin and it split. Can anyone tell me what it is? It’s very pretty and I can see loads of inclusions when I hold fragments up to the light. It also smells strongly of pine.
  5. Caaaleb

    Two Fossils or Two Rocks?

    I found these rocks outside of my house, in gravel. I'm not sure what they are but both their shapes are interesting, so I thought they could both be a fossil. I think the 'crescent' rock could be a fossil burrow or gastropod cast, but I'm no expert. I'm not totally sure what the other one is though, but it looks like rocks cemented together. And sorry for the bad photo quality...this the best quality I can get on my phone unfortunately. Does anyone know what these are?
  6. Prairie_Anthropocene

    Vertebrate? ID: Cattle or Bison

    Found this in the bottom of a river bank the other day and was wondering what it was. It was buried pretty deep in the bank, but the river has moved a lot in the past decade and had been grazed by cattle since the 1930s. Watonwan River. Cottonwood County, Minnesota
  7. Jess1313

    Found in PaleoPack

    Found this in our PaleoPack. Looks like it could be something but maybe not.
  8. Kerry5555

    Fossil or not?

    Hello, This was found today in the highlands of Scotland I wondered if anyone could give any advice on what it is? I’m very new to this so any advice is appreciated! thank you in advance. Kerry :)
  9. My question is how does one tell when something is fossilized, or is a fossil? I know some things just look like they are "fossilized", but what about things like clams or shells? I found myself wondering this while watching one of Paleo Cris' videos. I can't see any difference between a modern shell and the shells he finds in Florida. Maybe it's a touch type of thing. Any information would be appreciated!
  10. Familyroadtrip

    Fossil? Vert

    Hi all, I found this bone on the beach today and wanted your guys thoughts. I really didn’t think it was fossilized, but I did the burn test anyway to be sure, and there is no burning hair smell. What are your guys thoughts? It was found in New Jersey, on a beach where I have found a couple shark teeth(4 or 5) including a Great White and a couple sand tigers. I think it’s a worn vertebrae, but I don’t know beyond that. When I get home I can get measurements, but I’d guess ~1-1.5” by ~1”. @Praefectus @Al Dente @MarcoSr @Darktooth @hokietech96 @Trevor @frankh8147
  11. Lucybug1

    Help

  12. SharkySarah

    Is this poop?

    These are also from Calvert Cliffs (Maryland). I’m not sure if they’re just rocks or poop.
  13. Georgemckenzie

    Is this a fossil tooth?

    Hiya everyone someone is selling this as a fossil tooth in matrix just wanting a little help I can’t tell much from the photo
  14. Kandee k.

    What is this?

    Just wondering what it is.
  15. Top Trilo

    Just a concretion?

    I know this is a concretion (found in Colorado) but fossils can sometimes be in concretions. I thought it looked interesting so I decided to ask about it here. Correct me if I’m wrong but the outside looks like sandstone, what could the inside be?
  16. William187

    Help identifying

    Found at the beach Outer Banks North Carolinia. Any help would be appreciated. It appears to be a hollow tooth or portion of a jaw line of some kind. It is 3.25 inches long, 1.75 inches wide, and 1.75 inches tall
  17. suekeith3

    Fossil imprint

    Hi! First time posting here. Curious about a rock that looks like a fossil imprint. Can anyone help me identify what it could be an imprint of? Found many years ago in North East, Pa. thanks in advance for any help!!
  18. Jackson g

    Burlington Formation fossil ID

    Hey all, when I was out fossil hunting today in the Burlington Formation, I found this odd little thing. I'm pretty confident it's a fossil, but I'm really not quite sure what it is. I really don't even know where to guess on this, any ideas?
  19. Lalibelaa

    Weird stone found in North Spain

    Hi, This is my first post, so I hope I follow all the guidelines... If not, please let me know! This stone was found recently in North Spain, in Leon, near the village of La Magdalena. It was in the top of a mountain, surrounded by marine fossils. I have no idea if it is a stone or a fossil but it is a very weird stone. If you have any idea of what it could be, just let me know! Thank you.
  20. marteson

    Tooth from Southern Sweden

    Hi, My son has found this tooth when we went swimming in the Baltic Sea (exact location : Löderups Strandbads Camping , Southern Sweden). Appreciate if someone can tell us what this could be as he's very happy to have found it. Cheers!
  21. Chad carney

    Fossil

  22. LostGeneticist

    Fresh or fossilised?

    Hi all, So I recently picked this up at Fossil Beach in Mornington, Victoria. It's pretty easily recognisable as a tooth plate from a toad fish, Diodon (formosus?) which are quite common. My question is is it fossilised/mineralised or fresh(er)? Specimens I have seen from similar locations tended to have a different colour and I don't really have anything to compare it's weight too ( though it seems reasonably dense for it's size to me). I have tapped it on china/teeth and it seems to "ting" and Iv'e held a match under it (though admittedly not for long as I'm a bit nervous about da
  23. Actually found this rock on my hike here today in Montana. To me, it looks as if there might be some kind of plants/leaves or something in the rock but really not sure! Won’t be disappointed if it’s nothing but mineralization in the rock thank you for the help
  24. Past Hunter

    Roadside find

    A friend found this on the side of the highway in James City NC, any ideas. I told him I didn't think it was fossil but I couldn't identify it. He only took this one photo.
  25. minnbuckeye

    Fossil??

    I am undecided if this is fossil or dendritic deposits on a rock. It is from Keokuk limestone, Mississippian.
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