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  1. oimush

    Horse hoof core maybe?

    found this on a south coast of england beach. think its a hoof. anyone know how old it might be or what animal it was from?
  2. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Texas - Fossilized Bison Hoof?

    Lucky me the river level is dropping after a small increase but it was enough for me to hit the usual spot and find a few things today. Found this very solid specimen that after searching online I believe it might be a bison 3rd phalanx or a hoof core? I almost passed it by because I thought it was a rock...it's definitely fossilized. It's the first one of these I've found so I thought it was pretty cool. Probably an overkill on photos but I wanted to get the best photos I could of it. Found in SE Texas on a gravel bank.
  3. Drivertyler

    Possible hoof core

    Found this along the Missouri River at Omaha. Thinking it’s some kind of hoof. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. Jim Kovalchick

    Horse hoof?

    Here are pictures of a bone fossil found by my wife at Myrtle Beach. It reminds me of horse fossils I have seen, but not exactly. Can anyone please help id?
  5. Per Christian

    Triceratops or edmontosaurus?

    I have what I'm pretty sure is a triceratops hoof, but I've come to understand edmontosaurus and triceratops hooves are hard to tell apart. It's from the hell creek formation, Montana. It's 3.5 inches across and long
  6. Wanted to share this hoof I found yesterday. Not entirely sure which exact species this is but is likely neohipparion based upon the literature.
  7. garyc

    Hoof core

    I made it out to the Brazos River for a while on this beautiful, sunny day. The temps ranged from 49 to 71 with low humidity and virtually no wind......perfect! I found a hoof core that seems different from the horse hooves I’ve found. It’s a little beat up, but maybe someone will recognize it. I placed it next to another hoof core that Harry recently identified as tapir. The tapir is on the left and the hoof in question is on the right in each of the pics. @Harry Pristis @fossilus @Lorne Ledger @Shellseeker @GPayton
  8. Flx

    Bissekty Ungual/Hoof

    Hi A few weeks ago I acquired a small ungual that was found in the Kyzyl Kum desert in Uzbekistan (Bissekty Fm). It looks like a hadrosaur hoof to me. I assume a more detailed ID is not possible though. Do you agree? Thanks Felix
  9. aper

    Trace cloven toe half?

    I found this in quaternary alluviums but near a spot with a confirmed vert fossil find. It looks to me like half a cloven toe, but the mineralization seems sketchy. What do you experts think? Could it be a trace, like mud-filled footprint or is it another pseudofossil!? Thanks for humoring me!
  10. Rockbyter

    Tooth or hoof

    Found In southern Indiana in river rock. Object is about 2” wide at bottom and about 2.5” tall. Seems as though this rock is loaded with interesting finds. Is it a tooth or hoof? Maybe. A primitive claw?
  11. Mel16

    Found in South of France

    Found two of these similar shaped stones. They both have the resemblance a tooth. Curious if anyone has any insight. They were found in Charente, France. They seem to be possible internal molds of crustacean. I would greatly appreciate if anyone has any information on this. Thank you!
  12. Hello again, I found this unusual shaped piece on a beach on West Coast, Florida. It's hard to tell whether it's a suggestive rock or mineralized bone. It reminded me of a claw or hoof core. I attached 5 photo views. What do you think?
  13. Benjaminpb

    Hoof core?

    I found this in a north Texas creek. I’m thinking it’s a hoof core but I’m not sure. Any ideas?
  14. galaxy777

    Skin? Hoof? Fat and Bone? Help..

    Ok, last one I promise. I have found a few pieces of these fossil bone fragments with an odd type of material attached to them. Rather odd texture, sort of bumpy. My first thought was some type of skin or hoof. I am puzzled. Any ideas? Found in Post oak creek, Grayson Co. Texas Lower Austin, upper Eagle Ford Gulf series.
  15. Dear Fellow Fossil Fanatics, I just had a great day at Big Brook, found some shark teeth but also 3 specimens that I am not sure at all what to make of. Any insights would be awesome! Best, Huttner
  16. Alexa Hancock

    Animal hoof?

    I am trying to identify this animal part. It appears to be the outer cover of a hoof. Can someone confirm that and tell me what animal it is likely from?
  17. Desert_survivor

    Is it a hoof?

    Hi Everyone! I found this today digging in an outcropping of the San Mateo formation in Oceanside, California. I have found horse teeth at this site before. Not sure about this one, but I am wondering if it could be a hoof? Any thoughts are greatly appreciated! Thanks
  18. Scottmarge

    Please help identify. Hoofprints?

    Please help identify this fossil. There are 2 what appear to be hoof prints along with some shells. They were found in a river bed near Akron, Ohio. I'm sorry for the vagueness, but I am new to the fossil world.
  19. Lynxter

    Hoof identity

    Has anyone an idea from what animal that hoof is from... Many thanks Kati
  20. cayosusa

    Could this be a bison hoof???

    Found in the Peace River. Broadest part measures 3 1/2". Found some other large pieces but also found a lot of LARGE (Big Boy) turtle pieces. Will post in another post. Thanks. SO GLAD to be back in the river. Cold but definitely doable in swimsuit - and I am a Floridian that walks around with a jacket at 70 degrees!
  21. adam arkfeld

    Cloven Hoof?

    I am a farmer & hunter so I do know what hooves look like. Don't know much about fossils but this looks a lot like half a cloven hoof. Anyone seen similar?
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