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  1. MC_Hendges

    Green Mill Run - Large Bone Chunks

    Hey everyone! On my outings, I usually don't pick up the bone fragments, but I have stumbled upon a rather large pocket of good sized bone fragments that I would love some help in identifying. If no dice here, I'll get whatever is left ID'd at a museum this weekend. Fossil #1 - Going to take my best guess and say a rib of some sort? Fossil #2 Fossil #3 Fossil #4 And finally Fossil #5 There is PLENTY more where these came from, I consolidated the other fragments into a small area, so in t
  2. Hey everyone! Figured I would post my findings from GMR over the course of this month. I've found quite a lot, but most I returned to the waters as I did not feel they were display worthy. First up here is my initial collection, featuring various cretaceous sharks teeth, some meg fragments, a cluster of squalicorax teeth (Top Right), a cluster of Extinct White Shark teeth (Bottom Right), A squid shell (Bottom Left), and various other bits such as an unidentified and VERY fragmented reptile tooth, a mouth plate, and a ray denticle. Next
  3. MC_Hendges

    Green Mill Run ID

    Found three teeth that I’m not sure of on the ID, I think the curved one is a dolphin tooth, but that is my best bet
  4. Hopefully these photos are clear enough. If it can’t be identified further than “scute” thats fine, but I’m curious.
  5. Found this while sifting through gravel in Green Mill Run a while back, genuinely throwing me for a loop. I thought eroded horn coral at first, but the hollow portion at the bottom makes me think its a tooth of some sort. Mosasaur, crocodilian? I really have no idea. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. I feel like the larger is a cetacean, turtle, or *possibly* mosasaur? The little one I really have no clue.
  7. I’m looking for solid places to dig / sift in North Carolina, preferably near Greenville or Fayetteville! I’ve visited Green Mill Run in Greenville a handful of times, and upon researching I found a place called Phoebus Landing, but no specifics as to where it is aside from Elizabethtown and it being on the Cape Fear River. If any of you guys have specifics *please* let me know! I’m pretty eager to check out a new site. Thanks in advance!
  8. When I picked this up I assumed it was an oddly weathered pebble, but upon closer inspection its very symmetrical, which makes me think its likely a fossil. Of what I can’t tell. Any help is greatly appreciated! I included a few different angles so that the contrast would be evident, I apologize for the iffy lighting.
  9. Found this while sifting in the Green Mill Run the other day and believed it to be a worn shark tooth, however looking at it now, it seems a bit too round to be a shark tooth. Any thoughts? (Sorry about the fingers in the pic, I couldn’t prop it up any other way unfortunately.)
  10. Scienthusiast

    Greens Mill Run ID

    We recently found this fragment at GMR. At first, we thought it was a part of a jaw bone with two teeth. But, the two conical protrusions don't appear to be teeth in their sockets. Any idea what this might be?
  11. Hi! I'm looking for some help IDing these fossils from Green Mill Run (Greenville, NC). The two fossils were found on different trips, but seem to have similar structures. I have only found these two across many trips so they don't seem to be common. Someone mentioned that they could be lobster/crab claws so if anyone has anymore information on that, or alternate IDs, I would really appreciate the help! Thanks!
  12. Beautiful weather forecast and Green Mill Run is low enough to hunt. Even knowing I rarely find much worth displaying, sometimes you just need a day in the field so I coerce cajole one of my housemates to take the morning and have a little adventure. Even with every intention to only use the screen with the larger size mesh, nevertheless within the first dozen shovels we are using the smaller mesh. I suppose if we are ever really serious about leaving behind the little fossils, we will have to leave behind the small mesh screen! But that is hard to do when we find such little gems as s
  13. Anchiornis

    Greens Mill Run

    Hi all, it's been a long time since I posted here. I'm thinking about going to Greens Mill Run (Greenville, NC) next weekend. Would the water levels be about right or might it not be a good idea?
  14. Hi again. I have another one for you. I think I could tell if it wasn't broken! Found in green mill run. It is 1.5 inches or 3.8 cm. There is a definite ridge on one side. I tried to get a good picture of its location, the cavity seems slightly oval. Thank you again! I really appreciate you all teaching and helping me!
  15. Hi all. I have 2 things to ask about. The longer one was found in a creek in summerville SC it is just under 1.5 inches or 3.81cm. It is smooth all around, no ridges the center hole is definitely circular. The second one was found at Green Mill Run in Greenville NC it is .75 inches or 1.9 cm. I thought is was different the way he tip is a different color then the rest. Also there is a ridge running around the tip that I can feel even where the enamel (?) Is not chipped off. Thank you so much!! I am happy to answer questions
  16. Found several Great White shark teeth in the creek last weekend along with a few makos. . My best find was this Great White (2-1/2") below. It has all serrations and a complete root. Also, found one partial whale inner ear bone (periotic) and one small croc tooth. The creek was really running high and fast the day before. due to rain on Friday.
  17. stellabear

    Green Mill Run Bone

    Hi. Found this digging in Green Mill Run, nc. I am sure it is bone, but it might not be a vertebrae. (Husband really wants to find a whale vert, so maybe this is a partial?) Also it has definitely turned into a rock, it is no longer light and airy like a more modern bone thanks so much!!
  18. stellabear

    Green Mill Run

    Hi all. I found this in green mill run in Greenville NC. I don't know what it is but since it has the same enamel look of a tooth I kept it. I hope there is enough of it there for someone to have an idea of what it is! In inches it is about 1.25 and centimeters 3.175. Thank you very much!!
  19. stellabear

    Tooth? Found in Green Mill Run

    Hi all. I am sure this is an easy one for you but I would like to be sure, since my guess is only a guess! I apologize that the only measuring tape I had was in inches, but i believe it is just under 35 mm. Found in the green mill run. Near the tar river in Greenville NC USA Thank you!
  20. PaleoNoel

    Croc Scute or Drum Plate?

    Hey all. I'm wondering if this fossil I found at Green Mill Run, NC is a crocodilian scute or the dental plate of a drumfish as I believe either can be found at this location.
  21. Steve D.

    GMR! Here I come!

    Howdy all! I'm super excited about this and I'm looking for expertise and knowledge from all of you! I'm working in Chapel Hill, NC next week and I've paved out a day to FINALLY visit GMR!!! I'm a total noob to this area and what to expect. I've been doing research but I would humbly ask you all about your experiences, local knowledge, where to park (safely), points of entry, tools to bring (i have an good idea), areas to avoid, concerns, etc... I'm doing this alone unfortunately but that also adds to the adventure! I still haven't found my meg yet and it will be some
  22. PLB9eight

    GMR find

    Found this at GMR and have no clue what if anything it is. Seems like more than just a stone but maybe that’s it. Anyone have any guesses?
  23. Hello! This is my first time posting on the forum. My family and I got into fossil hunting about a year ago. My two sons (ages five and seven) love dinosaurs just like many kids their age, so while on vacation in Florida, we made a day trip to Venice Beach to look for shark teeth. We didn't even have sifters, but we found a handful of shark teeth and were hooked! We've enjoyed making day trips to Aurora Fossil Museum in NC to "dig the past." We decided to change things up a little and explore Green Mill Run in NC. We live in Chesapeake, VA (near Virginia Beach), so Greenville is about two hour
  24. My family lives in the NC mountains and we are planning on coming to the Aurora fossil festival after finding it on accident this spring....we have always hunted indian artifacts and the fossil hunting is new to us....thinking of hitting the GMR that friday on our way down...we are staying in oriental...any tips for a dad with 8 and 6 year old sons? Also any other places that we might look in? sons are dying to find a meg tooth...found 2 partials at aurora this spring....Thanks in advance and thanks for letting me join this board...we are new here
  25. GroundViewer

    Tooth?

    I recently went to green mill run and found this strange fossil and I'm not sure what it is. Does anyone know what this is?
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