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  1. Jackmandu

    Fossilized / Petrified bone?

    Found this while rock hounding in southeast South Dakota. The color (when it was wet) caught my eye…but after getting it home and dried it out…you can see in the pictures what I believe to be bone? Thoughts?
  2. Alex BC

    Bone Fragment, Maybe Whale?

    Hello everyone! I found this (Possible) bone fragment on the beach in South Carolina and was wondering if there is any way to get a better idea as to what this belongs to? Just happened to see a few photos of whale bone shards that made me think, maybe whale bone? Any and all help is appreciated, thanks gang!
  3. Ben Daniels

    Spinosaurid bone?

    Hi All, I acquired this piece of fossilised bone fragment recently and was assured that the specimen was Spinosaurus and came from the Kem Kem group, unfortunately I was not able to gather which formation it was from within the group. Although this piece is fragmentary, its hour glass shape and the thin ridges along each side give me hope that someone would know where on the skeleton this bone is from. I've done some quick research and found that Spinosaurus vertebrae are of similar shape but I am not 100% confident that it is a vert. If anyone has any idea which bone i
  4. I found this in a rock bed. I'm in College Station, TX and was looking for petrified wood (which I found plenty of). I picked this up and the holes really make me think its bone. It's definitely a rock, it clinks when I hit it with metal and is dense like a rock. There's one side that is more smooth and not as holey, but I think that's where it got worn down. The grid below is 5mm x 5mm squares.
  5. NFLfinder

    Fragment of a Mammoth Tooth

    Found on Vilano Beach, Fl Prehistoric Florida believes that it is a fragment of a mammoth tooth
  6. J.D.

    Gomp maybe?

    Hi, All! My name is JD. I am from Pittsburgh, PA. Was visiting Edisto last year and found this weird fossil. Have been struggling to ID. This was my first fossil hunt since I was a kid living in Beaufort. P.S. I did properly report this to SC and was properly licensed Can anyone tell me what this is?
  7. Any ideas what this is? Found in Maryland. Has kind of a hex pattern on one side.
  8. ChristineR

    Pareidolia

    Micro fossils seem to provide a lot of opportunities to experience pareidolia. I find the need to temper my excitement. Though, this gastropod fragment provided more laughs than excitement. My granddaughter will keep this one, after all she once had her own pet baby dragon.
  9. RuMert

    Skull/jaw fragment

  10. This is my first fossil bone find. It was found near the mussleshell river in Montana. More specifically Roundup MT. It appears to be some sort of a whale bone fossil. I'm not sure? Any suggestions?
  11. I found what looks to be a large dinosaur fossil fragment with bite marks of some sort on it. What type of animal would this be? And what caused these marks?
  12. Hello Everyone I recently came across three interesting bone fragments while hiking near the Red Deer River North of Drumheller ( Alberta, Canada). The one bone fragment has a perfectly round symmetrical hole right through it, & the second & third fragment appears to have little pock marks or indentations on it (reminds me a bit of the whisker pocks a dog has on its face) . Anyways I am just a hobbyist however the fragments with the pocked marks I'm going to guess is part of the jaw or maybe somewhere near the mouth? Any help to help ID or any additional information of any kind would b
  13. theonlymogly

    Part of Bone Found in Dry Creek Bed

    Alright guys, I'm new here. This is my first post. But I went to go back to a place i used to go swimming when I was younger and on the walk down the creek to get there, I found this bone fragment. Odd thing is the dry bed was flowing this time which I have never seen other than one other time. I didnt think much of it as I found these all the time. I put it on my pocket, got some cool pictures and left. I came home and did a little digging and i cant figure out what its from. It feels like porcelain or china-ware full of air. So I'm assuming it is fossilized. It was found is Lisbon, Ohio. But
  14. buffs5

    Fossil Bone Fragment ID

    I wanted to see if anyone could tell me what animal this bone may have come from. Probably a shot in the dark for a bone fragment but I thought I'd try anyways. I found this on the shore of a reservoir in Westminster, Colorado which is a suburb of Denver. I've also found petrified wood in the same area. Let me know if any other info would be helpful for an id. Thanks.
  15. Kurufossils

    Large NJ Cretaceous Bone

    Found this thick bone piece in a new jersey cretaceous creek and wonder if its possible to maybe id since one side has a distinct rough texture while the other is flatter and striated, I would guess either large turtle, mosasaur, or dinosaur. My friend joked its a theropod maxilary skull fragment, but we all know around here that material seems close to impossible to come across haha. Interested to hear any other thoughts.
  16. MacHoffman22

    Fossilized Bone Fragment? ID Help

    My friend actually found this specimen off of the Big Sioux River at our normal spot out in Iowa. He put it in the center console of my car and I didn't realize how old it appeared to be until it broke in half. Any ideas as to what this may have come from?
  17. Location is in Missouri The area is dated to the Pennsylvanian most likely Raytown, Wyandotte Limestone I have found a few Prehistoric fish teeth in the area such as Orodus, Acrodus, Petalodus and some of their fragments. I believe the right sided one could be a Petalodus but I was not sure since I have not found a black tooth in the area besides this fragment. As for the left, I have no idea but I did note it had beautiful dimples along its surface. While they may be broken I hope that they can provide enough detail for identification!
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