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  1. What is this inclusion in this amber? It appears to be some sort of head, but I don’t know what it is
  2. Ok, so I'm sure I annoyed many with my last "fish" post. But I am wondering if I found an armored head plate? I'm not going to argue this time... As it doesn't really get me anywhere and I really want to continue to get responses to my questions. I also found this of sorts and I don't know if the brown rocks are bone or just brown rocks. They do not appear to be chert, and they do have some holes in them but they may just be rocks. In middle Tennessee, where these were retrieved, we have driveways that look like this. And no, I did not lick them and I will not lick them ...
  3. Hey guys! I have found this great looking Placoderm head fossil and would love to hear what you think. Is it real? Thanks!
  4. EvanTG

    Dinosaur skull?

    Hi guys, my dad found this and says it's a fossilized dinosaur head embedded in this rock, my family and friends are doubtful. He found this a few days ago and had me convinced enough to dig it up. I am unsure whether or not this is just a cool looking rock that happens to look like a dinosaur head, or if it is actually a fossilized head embedded in this rock. Found in Munster Ireland, you can make out what seems to be a eye socket, mouth, and just has the general shape of what you would expect a dinosaur head look like on one side. The other side is all rock and on the bot
  5. Visero

    Turtle Head Fossil

    This was found near a low creek bed in South-West Montana.
  6. Got to work on these guys because some of these creatures were my inspiration of what they would have looked like in color and others are at an art show. Wonder what animals will you like to see when its unleashed before your very eyes?
  7. Visero

    any info would be wonderful!

    This was recovered near a gold mine in western Montana. I have absolutely no idea what it is. any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  8. ivetavai

    Fossil Or Funky Stone?

  9. KompsFossilsNMinerals

    Is this a trilobite head?

    Found this near Utica, is it a trilobite head? The area has tons of triarthrus heads and nautiloids, but nothing as big as this. Unfortunately this is the best photo I can get at the moment as I stupidly misplaced the possible head. Also included is a fossilized sea shell, if anyone knows what species it belongs to that'd be great.
  10. Fortress88

    New find in missouri

    Howdy everyone! I'm from Southern Missouri and walk the creek beds all the time in search of arrowheads and more. When I was a kid 10 years ago I found this dinosaur head around rockbridge Missouri on our property. I finally wanted to find out what it belong to as only one Dinosaur has ever been identified in missouri?. Thank you everyone!
  11. invictusamor

    Pareidolia

    ok, it LOOKS to ME like there is a small dinosaur in the mouth of a larger one.. maybe an egg, idk, need help or do i "need help" lol
  12. HVEMND

    Parking Lot Paredolia?

    I live in Central Wisconsin and have been finding several interesting looking rocks in scattered among landscaping in a parking lot. Here's one of the stranger ones. Total length is about 7 cm. Detail shot is of bottom of specimen. I've also made a 3d scan and uploaded to Sketchfab. I can provide more pictures by request. Thank you for your time!
  13. Hello can anyone help me identify this sharp beaked Dinosaur? It's a fossilized head. Behind the beak there are teeth. It's eye is closed and has scales on nose bridge, thanks
  14. dinosaur man

    Trilobite?

    Hi I just found this while fossil hunting Saturday and am wondering if it could be a piece of a Trilobite? And if it’s to hard to tell is there anyway I can prep it without breaking it to reveal what it is? Thank you!
  15. I have this dinosaur head that my father found many many years ago and we’re trying to identify it. Any suggestions on how to make this happen is greatly appreciated.
  16. Evelyn Barri

    Snake or Turtle head?

    I can't figure out. how to use your site! I have a fossilized head that I think is snake or turtle. It measures ap. 1 1/2" long, 1" wide & 1/2" high. If you or anyone could help me figure out what it is, I would really appreciate it. I got the head about 1995 at an auction In Southern California. Thank you.
  17. Regen

    Confident reptile smile

    Snake head petrified?
  18. Ok, here's a weird thing I found on Myrtle Beach walking this morning. At first I thought it might be a piece of shell with a couple of holes bored through it, but on closer inspection, the holes are very symmetrical and there are distinct and deliberate markings on the underside. I can't find a coin to save my life, so just know this thing would not quite cover a dime. I'm not an expert and I don't mean to say it's definitely a head, but for lack of words, I'm going to describe it that way so you know what I'm talking about... There are two "eye sockets" th
  19. Does anyone have, or can find, a picture of a fossil of the head horns of hybodus? Not the fin spines, but their "devil horns". I can't find any pictures of them that include visible horns...or at least that I can make out.
  20. Petrified rock fossils from my backyard, would love some feedback.Petrified rock fossils from my backyard, would love some feedback.Petrified rock fossils from my backyard, would love some feedback.
  21. DennisRND

    Obsidian alike skull?

    Hello there, since i dont know anything about fossils in general i'd like to ask for a first opinion, if the 'stone' i found could be some kind of fossil. the interesting fact about this is, that i'm 99% sure that this is some kind of biological mass turned into stone, because it fits every aspect a small jaw, including nerves, teeth and the bone. Im curious about the material (what it turned into) and how old it might be. Thank you
  22. sixgill pete

    Wolf Head Found in Russian Arctic

    Very interesting ... if true. was on Yahoo so one never knows for sure. https://news.yahoo.com/head-32-000-old-wolf-found-russian-arctic-093857922.html
  23. Hi all, Was looking through some fossils online and came across this one. It was in the "Exclusive fossils" section; so I got really surprised seeing this "pebble" in there. The seller claims it is the fossil skull of a Hybodus shark. Now to me this is very weird. As we all know, sharks have a cartilaginous body; so their skeleton doesn't fossilize easily. That's why I am doubtful about the skull of this shark being so well preserved, with the brain and all. Plus, to me this just looks like a funny-shaped pebble. The only thing that makes it more believable
  24. Abstraktum

    Fish head from Solnhofen

    Hello everybody, so right now I'm on my holiday and today I was on a trip to Solnhofen/Bavaria. Most famous for its fossils from the Tethys Ocean during the Jurassic period. I won't post photos of the Museum since there is alread a Topic with good pictures. (But there will be pictures from the museums in Munich and Berlin next week by me). But anyway: You can go and hunt there for fossils by yourself. It's pritty easy to crack these Limestones and you can find lots of Ammonoidea there. I was with a group there and basically everybody found a little Am
  25. GaryMc

    This weekend's find

    Here's another one found yesterday in Vermillion County, Illinois about a mile away from the Salt Fork River, Middle Fork Vermilion River, and Vermilion River on my property. I'm hearing a lot of feedback about river tumbling causing the shapes of my objects. The only problem, or the situation is that there are basically no other stones in the general vicinity. Only head shapes and some vertebrae looking objects. I had my wife come out to my spot yesterday and she noticed also that no other stones were present but these, and many 5 gallon buckets worth. Today I am going to just pick up wha
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