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  1. Djby

    Is this a fish?

    Hi guys, my names Dean. I just joined this forum, I always loved fossils, all kinds, I love anything with history tbh, however my knowledge is not on a par with my enthusiasm!haha I do love to learn though so I'm hoping you can help with this.... I was at the beach today and found what I thought was an agate, I wanted to see how far it spread so broke open the 'rock' which turned out to be more of a compacted clay type substance, so just washed off with water and light scraping. I've attached some pics and eagerly await your response, even if it isn't what I think it is.lol thanks for your ti
  2. Michelle cotton

    Please can someone help identify

    Thank you in advance we were out in Norfolk, UK over the weekend and my husband found this on one of the beaches. Ive been looking on line and in the books I brought and I’m not 100% sure but it looks like a tooth. can anyone help me please kind regards Michelle
  3. KingSepron

    Abbey Wood tips?

    I’ve been to Abbey Wood twice now, but haven’t been able to find much, can anyone give any tips on where to go? Thanks!
  4. Hey all! I was visiting the Jurassic Coast in Devon yesterday and found these 3 fossils (I think) under the rocky cliffs on Lulworth Cove in Devon, England. ..does anyone know what they might be please? I have labelled each one 1, 2 and 3 and number 3 has 3 pictures attached; 3a,3b,3c. Unfortunately this is larger and a more difficult shape of rock to photograph. any help or advice on the ID of any of these would be great. PS. I am an amateur and have no idea if they even are fossils, but it would be exciting if they were. Thanks again for any
  5. purple-rose

    are these fossils or "just rocks"

    hi, me and my 10yr old son have recently got into rocks, fossils and beachcombing - him moreso but he cant go on own, so i go with him (it gets me out of the house). The following photos are bits he found at our local rocky beach (parton bay, west cumbria uk). We have no idea if they are fossils or "just rocks" (this is what his older brothers have said they all are!) i am pretty sure that the "white/grey/black" piece is fossilised wood/charcoal (L) and the "clam shell" (P) is not shell material anymore but solid rock.
  6. Sasa

    Identify Please

    Any ideas? Found in SW Ohio. Thanks!
  7. Forthefossils

    Help me confirm this one?

    Hello! I work in a place that involves a lot of hiking along trails, and I've found myself tripping over fossils every day. Until now, all have been very clearly crinoids and brachiopods. This one threw me off a bit, and I was hoping to get some insight on what it might be! Also, I'll get more pictures by the end of tomorrow (different angles, scale, etc) - I snapped a quick pic and then promptly forgot it at work, oops. (And yes, I do have permission to keep fossils found there, but I intend to find something less common than crinoids and brachiopods for the owner's grandson) Loca
  8. Barasingha

    Unknown items #2

    Can anyone help me ID these three items found at Calvert Cliffs? Thinking the first may be horse tooth? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  9. Barasingha

    Shark Teeth?

    Can anyone one tell me if any of these are pieces of shark teeth or anything else of significance? They were found at Calvert Cliffs. Thanks.
  10. surfingnurse12

    Can anyone tell me what this is??

    This is a fossil of mine, Can anyone with knowledge tell me what it is and what it's worth? Best guess is fine. Thank you
  11. Lewand

    Does Anyone Know What This Is

    I think it might be a trilobite. Was found in Illinois. Any help would be good. I am new to this. Thanks.
  12. megabass22

    Where To Get Fossils?

    I am still interested in expanding my fossil collection, and i´ve been looking at various option in my home city, but there is literally only one single mineral store, and it really is quite small. I´ve visited it a few times and for now they don´t really have anything i am absolutely interested in. Since fossil sites are so far away, i can only collect at them occasionally, and then again, reptile fossils (which i am most interested in) don´t occur too often around here. I don´t really feel like ordering from international websites (such as eBay or any of the international fossil stores) at
  13. Hi There were found by my grandfathers grandfather in 1850 in a cave in New Zealand - Any idea what dinosaur they are off? Be much appreciated for an ID and where i can sell them. these were left to me in an inheritance,they come with a lovely wooden display, 100% found in a cave in New Zealand in the year 1850, been in my family ever since they were found. Sorry but must upload 3 message as have different photos for help with ID Many thanks Michael mm151065@gmail.com
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