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  1. Muffinsaurus

    Is this even bone?

    I bought this very, very cheap from someone who claims it came from the Hell Creek formation. They both claim it to be a triceratops fragments and hadrosaur. They found it in the 90s. That is all the information I have unfortunately. I have my doubts that it is even bone. Any help to identifying at, the very least, if this is even bone would be awesome. If this is bone I do not expect a proper identification of species because it's so small. Thanks in advance. Note: I did my best with the magnifying shots, my hands shook a bit. Also I might have
  2. Hi everyone, just wanted to hop on the Paleoart side of the forum and post one of my favorite pieces I've done in the last year. I gave it the apt title of "Unreferenced Hadrosauridae" as I began drawing the head of a random hadrosaur, not of any particular genus, with a charcoal pencil and began filling it in with scales. I would later submit the drawing to be displayed in the student art gallery, which was a cool first. Here it is after I finished the scaling, pre color. Add some color, red for the flashy bits, earth tones for camouflage.
  3. Hello! A local rock shop has a fossil hadrosaur egg for sale that I’m very interested in. I know eggs are some of the most faked fossils out there, so before I spend money [price redacted] I’d like to get some input from experienced collectors whether or not they believe it’s a fake or the real deal. Thank you to all who respond!
  4. prehistoricpeasant

    Possible hadrosaur jaw segment?

    Found in horseshoe canyon AB is 1.5 inches long. Any idea if this is hadrosaur and then what type of hadrosaur?
  5. prehistoricpeasant

    Any idea what hadrosaur this is from?

    Identified by a palaeontologist as a hadrosaur vertebra and I would like to get some clarification. It’s 3-4 inches long and 2-2.5 inches wide. Found in Horseshoe Canyon Alberta.
  6. JustPlainPetrified

    Southern Alberta Fossil Hunt

    Well, it's been a while since I last posted. Covid and aging have slowed & diminished my fossil hunting buddies. I grabbed one and we blasted south for 6 1/2 hours. Hadrosaur & Centrosaur bone pieces eroding out of the Bearpaw shale layer were our focus. We found many pieces in the water. I picked up a number of pieces that seemed to be related. After bringing them home, cleaning them up and scratching my head for a couple months, I finally pieced together 18 pieces. I was able to confirm with Dr. Caleb Brown from the Tyrrell Museum near Drumheller that the pieces were most likely of a
  7. ThePhysicist

    Edmontosaurus tooth (maxillary)

    From the album: Hell Creek / Lance Formations

    Unworn Hadrosaur tooth from the maxillary (upper jaw). Based on the size, it could be from a juvenile.
  8. uller6

    Potential Hadrosaur Tracks

    I was taking a walk yesterday afternoon next to the Anacostia river in PG county (Maryland), and looked down to see this very interesting rock. Unfortunately I wasn't out looking for anything in particular, so I didn't bring a ruler to measure the tracks. I think these might be hadrosaur tracks to my very inexperienced eye? There have been other tracks discovered in this general area, notably the large assemblage of late Cretaceous tracks discovered outside NASA a few years ago, and hadrosaurs have been discovered from this general area/time period. Can anyone else confirm my suspicions?
  9. Hi, Newbie here. Wondering if these items are real. The pair are billed as oviraptor eggs. The other is billed as a hadrosaur egg. Thanks very much for sharing your thoughts! Best, Z!
  10. Jdub1182

    Possible Hadrosaur Fossil

    I found this fossil on top of the Unchompagre, in an area of the Morrison Formation. I am trying to verify if this is possibly a Dinosaur Fossil??
  11. Ben Daniels

    Compelling unidentified scratch marks

    Hi TFF community, I recently purchased this small piece of Hadrosaur rib section originating from the Lance Creek Formation, Weston County, Wyoming. My question isn't to identify the Hadrosaur species (as its likely an Edmontosaurus sp. however if anyone can say with confidence then please do let me know!). My question is to ask if anyone can give more information or speculation towards what these curious scratch marks could be. The listing mentioned them possibly coming from a juvenile dromaeosaurid however I have my doubts based on the size of the markings but that's just my armature as
  12. A seller near me has a fossil egg. A hadrosaur egg of some sort. I think the seller is genuine, and I am fairly well committed to buying the egg at this stage, but want to confirm things before it all gets the final go ahead. I've looked at the various egg buying guides here, and though this doesn't look quite like the example eggs given it also doesn't look like any of the fake eggs. Can people please let me know if they think this is a genuine egg? Thanks for the help!
  13. A couple larger dino vertebrae I found on the Judith River last year, I believe the larger round one is Hadrosaur but not certain, the longer rectangular shape vertebra I have no idea. I was hoping someone would be able to help identify.
  14. Greetings, I have a bone fragment that's a mystery to me. This fragment is part of a find that I had posted in another thread in 2019 showing a Dental Battery. The dentary was presumed to be Edmontosaurus. The pictures here are of a 5" fragment that I would like to identify the bone & placement, this fragment also has a penetrating bite. The sediment that filled the bite area has been removed and the cavity seen in the pictures is from the bite. Two curved teeth about 4" or more penetrated completely through, pushing a lower tooth down into bone while two smaller t
  15. Please do not leave online shop names in the comments, dm me if you want I have tried to find teeth of these two species for more than a year yet they never appear,used to see them online everywhere,is there something going on with the fossil quarries?
  16. ThePhysicist

    Edmontosaurus tooth histology

    From the album: Dinosaurs

    Edmontosaurus annectens Hell Creek Fm., Harding Co., SD, USA Partial dental battery Hadrosaurs had the most histologically complex teeth of any animal, with six unique tissues. This allowed for differential wear, creating an ideal coarse surface for grinding plant matter. (Erickson et al. (2012))
  17. An acquaintance asked me to post these pictures of what he believes is a hadrosaur jaw/head. Hadrosaur digits have been found in Minnesota. I do have to say that it is a very suggestive rock, enough so where I agreed to post it. :-) It was found in Mower county, SE Minnesota, among glacial drift near Austin, MN. For Scale I have to admit that it does look like teeth. :-) The bottom side of the "teeth". Bottom of rock. Side one. Side two. Thank you for your consideratio
  18. Hi all... I was sorting my finds from Big Brook, NJ, over the years and had a few whatzits. I'd much appreciate any insights you might be able to provide. The one in the middle looks similar (to me at least) to a hadrosaur tooth, but I don't like jumping to conclusions. The others... I couldn't even guess! Thanks for the look. (Scale in centimeters)
  19. ThePhysicist

    Edmontosaurus maxillary crown

    From the album: Dinosaurs

    Edmontosaurus annectens Hell Creek Fm., Harding Co., SD, USA
  20. ThePhysicist

    Edmontosaurus dentary tooth

    From the album: Dinosaurs

    Edmontosaurus annectens Hell Creek Fm., Harding Co., SD, USA
  21. Found this at a fossil selling website. Hadrosaur vertebra. Info: Hadrosaurus Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) 83-72 myo Alberta, Canada.
  22. I'd came across an sale listed as an associated pair of juvenile Hadrosaur Dorsal vertebrae - from the Judith River Formation. I had been wondering, are they really associated, and how can you tell if fossils are associated? Here are the pictures from the seller.
  23. LordTrilobite

    Fun with 3D Printing Fossils

    So recently my father bought a 3D printer and we've been experimenting printing some cool fossils for a while now. It's a really cool technology. Though it can take a while to print a piece the results are really quite cool. A life size Archaeopteryx can take a few days to print if you don't keep printing during the night. Finishing up the prints afterwards can also take a bit of time. Cleaning off all the supports and sanding down rough surfaces can be quite the process. Then there's painting depending on the desired result of course. There are actually a lot of nice things that c
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