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  1. Hello all! I found a glacier transported fossil in unusually good condition in Southern New Jersey so I was wondering if anyone could get specific on it as to species and genus. Obviously, it was found severely out of its original formation so I'm not sure we can get any detail on this but I figured I'd try!
  2. I wanted to show a fossil I found years before I ever joined this forum or took a step in the Cretaceous brooks. This is a Crinoid specimen I found about 20 years ago at the Delaware River in Burlington City, NJ when I was a kid. The Deleware River has a good amount of fossils brought down here from the glaciers. At the time, I did a horrible job prepping (if you can even call it that) this fossil and pretty much destroyed the middle of it. A few months ago, I re-discovered this in a closet at my parents' house. I took some time, polished up the middle, did a little trimming, and n
  3. yardrockpaleo

    Devonian Glacial Grooves, Kelley's Island

    Hello everyone, I was hesitant to make this post because I have to give up my secret treasure-trove of marine fossils, but I guess you Ohioans deserve to know. When we went to Cleveland, we stopped at Kelley's Island to go to the beach. Being a fossil-hunter, I started sifting through sand for rocks. I found some, and carefully examined each one. I got all kinds of fossils, about 10-15 in all. That was surprising enough. But then we went to 2 more beaches, and found some real beauties! I am not going to specify exactly where the best trove is, but just search all of them and I guar
  4. Ancient viruses found in Tibetan glacier https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/pkebx9/scientists-found-ancient-never-before-seen-viruses-in-a-glacier?utm_source=digg&utm_medium=email https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/01/ancient-viruses-found-tibetan-glacier https://www.livescience.com/unknown-viruses-discovered-tibetan-glacier.html Another article is: Giant Virus Resurrected from Permafrost After 30,000 Years By Tia Ghose March 03, 2014 https://www.livescience.com/43800-giant-virus-found-permafrost.html The unreviewed paper is:
  5. frankh8147

    Devonian? New Jersey Fossil ID help

    Hello! I found this tiny fossil in Mercer County, New Jersey but I think its a glacier transport from New York. I noticed it had an intricate pattern so I was wondering if anyone knows what it is. Thanks! Frank
  6. The Jersey Devil

    New Zealand Glacier possible mammal fossil

    Hey everyone, I got this interesting mammal bone piece (about 3 inches across) that was found in an area with a glacier and no live animals around. Could it have originated from within the glacier or is it a modern bone? What type of bone is it and what animal did it come from? Thanks everyone!
  7. Hi guys, fossil newbie here. I found this stones in the dolomites (3000m over sea level), really close to an almost extinguished glacier. They looks like broken shells on the stone. The one on the right (in the pic) looks like a coral. Do you think they are fossils? Many thanks in advance!
  8. Hello! These are from McHenry County, in Northern Illinois. About 40 years ago, they dug a pond near my house. When they got about 15' down, the excavator started bringing up large logs (they seemed like whole trees,) and lots of smelly gray clay full of shells, wood, and pine cones. The explanation I heard back in the day was about 10,000 years ago, the glacier came through and buried everything. The pictures show some of the items I collected back then. I've gotten curious about them again and figured someone here might know about this kind of thing. My questions are Fossi
  9. Greetings. This is my first post, and I have a real puzzle for you folks to look at. Let me preface by say that I usually research any question I have as much as I can before seeking assistance by asking for help through forums online. This time, however, I have absolutely no idea where to start. I understand most of the basics about geology and fossil formation, from stellar formation right up through tectonics, volcanism, and the development of life and how it ends up dead in the mud and eventually on display in a museum somewhere. Unfortunately, I live in the Kennebec River valley in Centr
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