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  1. lori356

    Wondering what this is

    I am a rock lover I will admit I don't know a lot about identifying fossils but I think that's what this is. Can anyone tell me what it is? I put it on the big burner of the stove for size reference.
  2. Natasa

    mammal fossil?

    Hi, I have found a fossil? which i couldn't find out what animal it came from. It looks like from a horse but I'm not sure, so i need some help, please. I found it at the East Coast of England, Shotley Gate beach near Harwich.
  3. aber

    Muscle fossil?

    Is it an animals lag?They are arranged from small to large.
  4. aborock

    Strange rock

    Hello everybody, I found your forum very interesting and thought you may help me to identify something I have since ever. Found this strange rock when I was 13 years old in Jordan, kept it for 45 years, but still wonder what is it?? Is it a simple rock or something else? Can anybody help?
  5. JacKlamb

    Is this something?

    Found in bountiful Utah ... The left side definitely has exposed arm bone and a left bird like foot.
  6. Ashleyliebs

    Fossilized Sea Urchin

    I found this on the beach in NJ today. It has a lot of weight to it. Any idea how old it might be or what species this could be?
  7. Cracked this open and found an interesting pattern. Is this evidence of a fossil within this limestone? If so what could it be? See the thin strands alongside the main “stem”. Why is the outer layer this color? Some pictures have had the contrast and saturation adjusted to aid with identification I’ve only been searching for and studying fossils and rocks for not even a year. Teach me all the things! The fossils that I’m familiar with in this area aren’t matching up. found near Beaman Park - north west Davidson County, Tennessee. This area has features of th
  8. Michele

    Help with identification

    I found this on my 1800’s run down farm we purchased 2 years ago. My mother in law saw it and said it was a petrified egg. I picked it up because I thought it was cool but had no idea it could have been a fossil. any help identifying would be greatly appreciated. thank you in advance.
  9. I just bought this dinosaur egg fossil and would like opinions on its authenticity. It is spheroid, 3 inches in diameter, porous and pitted texture. Cracks present as one would expect in a fractured shell. Thanks for any insights.
  10. PaoloF

    What is it?

    This is a fossil from Kem Kem. Does anybody know what it is? I would highly appreciate your opinion. Thanks in advance!
  11. While combing my local beach in Virginia Beach, I came across this piece. The inside coloring and texture has me questioning tooth, much like some of the broken pieces of GWs that I’ve found in the same area. Shaped like an oval cylinder, about 3 inches long. Tusk? Rock?
  12. RMac

    Rock? Bone? Something else?

    I bought this about 20 years ago when I purchased my dinosaur egg. For the life of me I have no clue what it is. It could be a rock for all I know. Any input is greatly welcomed:)
  13. Bill Dye The Travis Guy

    Fossil ID help

    Found in kraut Run creek in Defiance, MO. (Lower Mississippian, Osagean) Looking for help with ID.
  14. Found this today near where I found the fossilized horse tooth in the cliffs. What do you think it is?
  15. Paleoocean

    Beach find

    Hi there, I found this on the beach in Newcastle NSW Australia. I’d love some help with getting an ID as I’m new at this. Thanks!
  16. Paleoocean

    Found in the beach

    Hi there, I found these fossils in Newcastle NSW Australia. All of these fossils were found very close together in broken up shale. I’m thinking Glossopteris but I’m really not sure. Id love some help, thanks
  17. inn.n

    Some strange things

    Hello guys! Me and my friend found these while hanging out. The location is Bulgaria, Europe, a village in the eastern part. They were among the rocks on the road. They look a bit irony. We have a few of them and all are different sizes. I am attaching photos of two of them. Do you know what these might be?
  18. ChrisSarahRox

    Tell me what it is not...

    Looked odd , found them both along roadside very near to my petrified log find ( not implying they are related) your input is greatly appreciated.
  19. Please help me identify this I found it in a creek in texas looks like teeth .
  20. Rowboater

    Rappahannock small bone

    Found a weird little bone, 5 cm by 3 cm. Three major points (though two could be to the same joint?) @Boesse Seems heavy for its size (but washed up on the beach, could be modern?) Curious what it could be?
  21. I found this in Wisconsin and it appears to be a cluster of small fossils embedded in a black rock material which attracts a magnet. Any guesses on what this could be? Maybe Medusinites or Nimbia?
  22. EarlGreyTea

    Fossil or rock?

    I live in south western Kentucky. I was walking my dog and saw some interesting looking rocks and picked this one up and kinda looked like a fossil. Just curious… thanks for taking the time to look at it
  23. 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
  24. 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
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