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What kind of fossil is this?
fossil.friend posted a topic in Fossil IDHey there, I would love to know something about a fossil i found in Germany. I would really appreciate it if anyone knew what kind of fossil this is and how old it could be. It has a round shape and this "pattern" all around it. Thanks for Your help
Modern bones or fossils?
TSCannon posted a topic in Questions & AnswersHi all - as I was looking along a stretch of creek in Northeast Austin, TX today, I saw a section with a bunch of bones eroding out of the creekside. I’m not sure how to tell if they are something fossilized or old and worth looking at, or just modern bones of some animal that somehow got buried in the strata. The loose piece I picked up did feel pretty lightweight, but other than that I couldn’t tell much. Any ideas if these are fossils or recently deposited bones, and what they might be? Thanks!
How do I preserve my fossil rhino tooth? It’s started to crack.
prehistoricpeasant posted a topic in Questions & Answers
C and D Canal Help
Snaggle_tooth posted a topic in Questions & AnswersHello all, Recently my girlfriend and I were planning on taking a trip to the C and D Canal for a day as it isn't very far from where we live. However, I have a few questions. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Questions: 1. Where could we park when we head over to the dredge piles, and how far of a walk would it be from the parking spot to the piles? 2. Are the dredge piles productive currently? I am aware that if they havent been dredged recently they won't be very productive. 3. How deep would we need to dig to actually reach the fossils? 4. What
Hey Ammonite Scholars- need a little assistance here!
geologydave posted a topic in Fossil IDHello fellow fossil friends, I guess I should formally introduce myself- I'm David- a long time fossil forum lurker and a first time poster. I'm a geology student at the College of Charleston (where I have some of the best paleo professors in the world might I add) and I have a specimen question. I evacuated the beautiful low country because of our uninvited friend Matthew- which thankfully also gave me the opportunity to stop in my favorite rock shop in Helen, GA. I have bought some pretty cool crinoid and belemnite plates from these folks at a very reasonable price. They are some