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  1. Jlark18

    Petrified wood or Rock

    Fossilized wood or just plain old rock. Found within the Santiago Creek bed of Orange County, California. Any thoughts.
  2. Nat006

    Fossilized seashell?

    I found this seashell in the Netherlands and it seems to have parts in it that are fully stone, but others are lustrous. Is this fossilized, modern or is there such a thing as semi fossilized? Thank you!
  3. Corey.haysom

    Is this bone or wood

    I dug this up on a riverbank in Australia where I live, after we had some huge flooding, yes it looks like a tree stump but it also looks like a bone in some places
  4. Calvin Stroup

    Who does this belong to?

    I found this tooth sticking out of the ground of an eroded bank that washed away the side of a hill. I couldn't find anything else that might have been gone with it ,via , other teeth or bones that it would have been a part of. That being said , it was between Sundance and Upton on the edges of the black hills in the far north eastern part Wyoming . The ground it's self is mostly made up of clay. The tooth it's self actually fell apart while running water over it to remove the clay but in a way that you can see the make up and form of the tooth and roots of it from the inside. Any feedback on
  5. 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?
  6. cameronraygun

    Fossilized Tooth Help Please!

    Hello all! Been researching for so long to try and figure out what kind of tooth this is when I came across your site. So here is my fossilized tooth, im not sure where the tooth was found (i’m in nevada, but could be from elsewhere), sorry for the little to no info but that’s all I have, if you guys have any more questions or anything of the sort, just reply to this thread and i’ll reply asap. Thank you!
  7. Bonebed

    Any ideas?

    Hello, I hope that I've done this right. To my very untrained eye this looks like a bone. It is: L-5.5 in. W, at the knob 2.5in It weighs 523g. I found it, along with several other items, at a rather large construction site in South Central Alaska. There were quite a few items that I found interesting. Any help that you may off is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.
  8. Rockstar Chick

    Fossilized Serpentine Head

    Found in North Florida at Fort Clinch State Park. There's a lot of dredging done around this area for the naval submarines. Looks very serpentine to me, but I don't know much. I have found about a dozen of these through the years. I can't think of any additional info to give.
  9. BipolarBuffalo

    Please help id this little feller

    I found this about a year ago in a farmers field in central/mid Michigan, US. It is rather light. Not much weight to it. Thanks for any help!
  10. Can someone please explain how this occured or what they are
  11. bridgetloud

    Can’t identify Shark Tooth

    Hello! I have found what I believe to be shark tooth (I am unsure if it is) nearby a river in south central Indiana and need help identifying it. This is the first fossil I have ever found so I am pretty new to this. The photos are of the same tooth from different angles.
  12. While rockhounding 20 miles north of Utahs veyo volcano, in a basalt strewn field, my son and I came across what we thought were two rocks that may be fossils. One looks to be a piece of agetized bone. The other not so sure. We would appreciate your assistance in determining if they are anything more than what we originally thought. Thank you.
  13. Inch and a half circular crystalized "thing" found is Oscoda County, MI - would LOVE to know what I've found. Newbie here. Thank you so much for any suggestions!
  14. Emilym920

    Fossilized finger/toe

    I believe i have found a fossilized toe/finger, you can see in the cross section of what looks to be exactly what you'd expect if you cut a finger off.. You can see the meat of the finger with the bone in the center but you can also see the density/thickness of the bone as well as the bone marrow.. We found it in the Willamette River years ago and thought it was quartz or something until a friend pointed out the resemblance of a finger.. What do you guys think?
  15. Found on Topsail Island while beach combing. It’s about 2” in length and has 3 hollow “tubes” that are open on one end only. I’m thinking it’s possibly some kind of coral?
  16. Jeweldbabe

    What do you think this is?

    ¹Found clatsop county oregon in the waterway oregon coast found with several other pieces. Stone tools stone net weights and a couple effigys
  17. bushshan2021

    Help identify

    They are hard like a rock with tiny crystal's all over them
  18. Rlynn

    looking to id this

    Looking on help identifing is this is possibly petrified soft tissue?
  19. Tootslg

    Please ID this tooth.

    Found near the same place as the barnacles
  20. Seawitch7c2t

    Help identify this fossil

    Please help me to identify this fossil. I am new to this and came across this unique find. I gave Google lenses it and came up empty. Any help to this will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  21. VickyRenee

    Does anyone know what this might be?

    I am new to this forum so please forgive me if I don't do something right. I was rock hunting this weekend near a NW Missouri small river and came across this. It looks like a petrified animal LOL. I am just baffled! It is in pure rock form. It's about 1.5" tall and about a half inch wide.
  22. Pathetic Paleontologist

    SC beach find...what is it?

    I found this today in Edisto, South Carolina, on the beach, and would appreciate any information that can be given about it. I can provide additional pictures if needed. Thanks
  23. Alana

    Possible bean

    Hi - I found this pebble - about lima bean size. Agatized? See photos. Could this be a bean? Location in Southeast Arizona. Thanks!
  24. Hello I could use some help with finding out what I have. From what I've heard and seen on the internet it's something like agatized fossilized coral. This piece of coral weighs right at 18 lbs with shining crystals throughout. Any input would help greatly thanks
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