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  1. Hey y'all I'm sorta kinda Curious what this maybe .. help this mama out please. My husband recently brought this very unique find in to me. Its from one of his many East Tenn creekin' adventures . We both have never seen a formation, limestone rock, or a fossil quiet like this: it's way heavier than drift wood or most carcass bone.. What makes it different than most rocks I've got is the difference skaly ridges which reminds me of a curled up lizard tail on one end...I have attached a couple of pics may have to zoom in the following pics. Thanks in advance for any ideas or possible ID
  2. Mkultra

    Weird looking possible fossil?!

    Inherited this from my grandpa think he found it in Utah somewhere
  3. I thought everyone in the Fossil ID forum would get a kick out of this one.
  4. Found this in Reeves county Texas. Looks Exactly like a seed of some kind. Just not sure, what do y'all think?
  5. TomBailey

    Is this a dinosaur bone?

    Hi peeps, I just found this at Yaverland Beach, Isle Of Wight, United Kingdom. Wondering if it’s a dinosaur bone?
  6. Anthony1

    Fossilized mushroom?

    Found in very remote creek in Tennessee any help identifying would be great it looks like a mushroom to me but I've got zero experience to back that up. Thanks
  7. Stumbled upon interesting "imprints" and "casts" in one of our backyard landscaping rocks (Houston). The landscapers call it "Bull Rock"... I think it is actually "chert". Looks to be marine invertebrate fossils? Would that be common or rare in this type of rock? Wondering if it is worth searching more in the back yard?
  8. Huw Williams

    Any ideas?

    Hi all, total fossil numbskull here. I found this on my local beach here on Anglesey , Wales, UK this morning and thought it looked like fossil worms of some sort. Your thoughts would be most welcome! Thanks Huw
  9. Anh Thái

    Is it real ammonite?

    Hi! I am a young collector from Vietnam. I bought this ammonite at Van Phuc antique market (Ha district, Hanoi). The seller told me it was found in the mountains of northern Vietnam. He says it is an opalized ammonite and has been processed. As a young collector, I don't know if it's an ammonite. If so, what kind of ammonite is it? How old is it? All your comments are highly appreciated. Thanks for your attention! (As a Vietnamese, I'm not very good at English, if there are any spelling mistakes in the article that make it difficult for you to understand, please ignore!)
  10. JimmyC

    Is this petrified wood?

    The curves within it have me confused. If so, is there a name for the type of petrified wood it is? The size is approx. 10" x 12" x 6".
  11. KnowMore

    Found a fossil?

    Hey guys and gals, found what might be a fossil here in the thumb of Michigan, could any of you humor me as to what it might be a fossil of if it is even a fossil? Thank you for your time!
  12. Mariah77

    Possible fossil found

    Hi everyone, My son found yesterday on a beach this rock and it looks like a fossil of something. Could you please have a look and let me know what you think? Is this a fossil? Many thanks Mariah
  13. Joni Hackmann

    Identify teeth

    Looking to identify teeth found at Holden Beach NC in May
  14. I found this rock in a stream in southern iowa and thought it looked interesting but not sure what it is . If anyone could help I would greatly appreciate it . Thank you
  15. Hi All, first time poster here so please be gentle . Found this interesting potential fossil on the south coast of Ireland in west county Cork. I would really appreciate your help in identifying my find. I flacked a piece of it off and some interesting texture appeared. My suspicion is its a plant, a leaf maybe but not sure.
  16. Eclipsedittihli

    No idea

    What is this? Please someone tell me what this may be. Found in the low country of Summerville, South Carolina
  17. Irongiant97

    Fossil or just a rock?

    Found this at a spot I was told there was shark teeth. Spotted this, it stood out to me, not sure if it’s a fossil, but it does pass the lick test. I’ve only rinsed it off and given it a scrub with a toothbrush, so it’s pretty rough. Also it’s wet in the pics.
  18. Spr

    Horse Tooth?

    Location: Shoreline Holden Beach, NC
  19. Oldpea

    Scottish beach fossil

    Hello, I was at the beach on the east coast of Scotland this weekend and found what I think could be a fragment of a tooth, perhaps of a cow or horse. Would anyone be able to help me with the ID?
  20. Matt3030

    Is it real

    I found this in San Antonio TX within the ground at about 4 inches deep. It looks like a claw of some sort and maybe reptile leg, or arm? Any thoughts?
  21. Sav

    “Bone” found

    I found this on the beach in North Carolina. I am fairly certain is it some type of bone. Can anyone help me identify it?
  22. Tatjana

    Can someone please identify?

    Just moved to the Isle of Wight. Found this stone on the beach near Totland Bay. Totally new to fossil hunting but very interested to find out whether this is a fossil. Very grateful for comments. Thanks Tatjana
  23. Donald Gould

    Help, found in Florida

    New to fossils and this forum, looking for some help. I found this in the Peace River around Wachula last week. I have no idea what it may be; rock, bone, tusk...?
  24. Another shell stuck to a thing. Looks more like bone than a fossil? Mom sent me pictures, don’t have it in my possession yet.
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