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  1. Ninm1


    Found this...what is it? 3cm long and 1.2cm widest
  2. Dr Van Nostrand

    Bone mass ID help please

    Good morning, While beach walking yesterday, we found this mass. It is mineral, dense and hard. Perhaps you can offer a suggestion as to what it is. thank you regards. D location: Atlantic ocean Florida Brevard county
  3. Hello, my name is Max and I will begin collecting fossils. My passion for fossils and especially dinosaurs started when I was a child. I had lots of dinosaur toys, watched a lot of movies and documentations, studied facts about them and felt like a paleontologist with my excavation kits. My fascination for this prehistoric world has never been estinguished. That's why I decided to buy a tooth of a spinosaurus, which is one of my favorites. Before buying I have read some "real or fake"-topics here in the forum but I am still not sure if the tooth I'd like to buy is real,
  4. Hey! I have just been given this fossils, the previous owner could not find the certificate of authenticity, and I am not sure if it is real or not. It's very heavy, the teeth stand out a lot, and they feel smooth. Could please someone help us identify if it could be real? Thanks.
  5. dmiller9798

    Tooth? Claw? Bone? Spear tip?

    New to hunting fossils/shark teeth and found this unknown object, was thinking maybe a tooth or claw but some buddies say maybe bone carved spear tip or something. Found it in a river in southern Alabama with what they tell me is a Eocene formation on the river bank.
  6. PaleoOrdo

    What is this?

    My father was very found of nature and had an eye for valuable thing which he found in nature. In my home hometown area in Sogn, Norway, near the great Jostedal glacier, is rarely fossiles to find, becauce the glacier came out of this area, called "The home of Glacier" (Breheimen), many times in the past, to cover a great part of Europe during the ice-ages the last 2.3 million years. Here the nature is very much beautifully shaped with by the movement of the glaciers, and more movements than in other places. That is why the ancient sediments are removed and fossils are rare. However, it can be
  7. PaleoOrdo

    Unknown fossil

    I wonder what this strange circle can be. The size is 1 cm in diameter, from Upper Ordovician west of Oslo, Norway. Could it be a foram?
  8. PaleoOrdo

    Unknown Cambrian

    Today I went back in time to what I believe is a cambrian site in Norway. I have some graptolites if someone like to find the age.... The fossile I however want to present first is this strange one. Is it a graptolite or a worm? Perhaps its inner parts? The size is not more than 1 cm length. Martin
  9. I found this strange form in a stone from ordovicium. The size is less than 1 cm, never seen anything like it. Look almost as it is artificial but it is a real fossile. Any one have any idea what it can be? Martin
  10. ChemoArch

    Petrified/Fossilized Nutshell

    Found out near a dry lake by Barstow, CA. I was wondering if anyone could help ID this piece, it’d be very much appreciated. I’m only able to provide one photo, so hopefully it’s enough.
  11. hi guys, here are the two bones I found from the big brook, NJ yesterday. There were found in the mud of the river bank (I did not dig but the mud was exposed for unkown reason). I know there are a lot of mordern bones in this river area. They look like fossilized bone due to the iron. can anyone help to indentify if they are fossilized bones or morden bones? thanks!
  12. I was at a creek bed today looking for stone points and artifacts. I found these two fossils Any help IDing them appreciated.
  13. Paläontologie

    Fossile Germany

    I have found this fossile in the Quarry in Hannover. One of the fossile peces is 5cm long and 5cm wide First i thought it is an Sea urchins inner Pece but it is to large for this sorry my english isnt the best
  14. Paläontologie

    My friend found this fossil

    Hey my friend found this fossil and asked me if i could ask on this side if someone knows what it is
  15. Found In Benton co Arkansas. Looking for arrow heads in a creek. Just looked interesting. The pick with the tape is dry the other wet
  16. edteach

    What do I have?

    I know nothing of fossils. But when out hiking I keep an eye open for arrow heads and other rocks that look out of the ordinary. While hiking an old indian cliff dwelling trail, I saw this rock. It has a strange look to it like its a fossil of some sort. Do I just have a worn smooth rock or is it something else? Thanks in advance. It is approx. 2 inches long and 3/4 wide
  17. michele 1937


    Interesting ? Protaster sp. Ordovician Morocco bought in Tucson in 2018
  18. hello freinds today i found tgis fossil in sahara i can t identify but i think the one is a ptychodus teeth but i can confirm it plase if you can helo me. it shine wih sun . and she is solid
  19. kbodyboard

    new fossil to identify. vertebrae

    hello friend what a up Is it possible, through your experience, to tell us who these vertebrale s belong to? thank you.
  20. kbodyboard

    New vertebrate fossil. without head

    hi friends . i found a vertebrate for somthing but I cant identify ... but somone take her head .
  21. I found this walking the beach near South Ponte Vedra. It looks for me like a baby mammoth tooth, is it?
  22. what is jade ammonite? im hesiting if buying one,but i do not want a fake fossile. also,haw can i tell if it real only by the pic online?
  23. safouen

    Fossil identification

    hello , i want to know this stone if it is a fossil metal ?? Thanks
  24. michele 1937


    Origine: Marocco superiore Ordoviciano Grazie per il Vostro Aiuto
  25. Remc


    Hello. Please help me with this ammonite.. I am a newbie with fossiles.. what is this spec of ammonite, how old and how much is worth etc... thankyou
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