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  1. texascreekbed

    Help with ID

    Found in Texas help with fossil ID.
  2. Dino Dad 81

    Triceratops brow horn section?

    Hi, This didn't come in the mystery box, but maybe I can find a way to sneak it in... It's from the Hell Creek formation, Wibaux county, Montana. I'm thinking it's a section of Triceratops/Torosaurus brow horn, what do you think?
  3. Kimberlily73

    Found in the South Toe River

    Hey all! We uncovered these two horn/tusk/tooth looking items under silt and huge rock on a bend in the South Toe River in Burnsville, NC. Any ideas? We thought maybe steer? They aren’t scratchable with a finger nail and one definitely has some pattern at the tip. We are more curious than anything to find out if anyone knows what they might be. Could totally just be roots or wood but thought we’d check.
  4. dino joe

    What is it

  5. Eddie Gardner

    Help Identifying This

    This caught my eye at a sale near me, Its definitely a fossil, just not sure. Help please?
  6. Found this and a couple of smaller ones that are identical. An hour ago
  7. A few years ago, I found a fossilized something on the Beach at Cape Henlopen. It was embedded in quartz. It looked kinda like a belemnite, but the wrong material. I was told by Plax that it was much older than our cretaceous belemnites. I tucked it into a spot on the shelf and wondered about it. Since then I have seen a few posts here and there from folks in NJ finding nice little paleozoic pieces on their side of the bay as well. This summer, I made it a mission to explore the Delaware beaches and see what I could find and how far north they went. I began at the cape and worked m
  8. Dear All ,would you advice with this fossil ID ..one of them weight 5.4 kg
  9. Seamus1

    Leitrim find

  10. Found this interesting specimen Holden Beach. Ridges are very pronounced and linear. At first I thought perhaps a piece of antler but don’t think so. Could be bone but there is no marrow - the breakage is almost like petrified wood. Could this be part of a plant or coral? Notice the lines converge in certain places and start new in others - much like a fingerprint. Also notice on the back side there is a smooth channel which makes me think it was perhaps hollow? Did a sketch of a possibility - what do you think? I could not get any closer photo without my camera becoming blurry. Sorry f
  11. dbrake40

    Claw, Horn, Bone?

    Posting from Facebook. Found on the Thames estuary in London
  12. cava.zachary

    Cranial appendage?

    Hi all, I found this horn-like fossil in a north Florida river recently. It seems fairly light and porous (not like an antler). It reminds me of some of the cranial appendages of tylopods that I'm reading about, but it's probably something less exciting. I appreciate the help!
  13. Seamus1

    Leitrim find

  14. Stevoflinn

    Wyoming Molar and Canine

    Stumbled across these fossils on a hillside in the Badlands of the bighorn basin Wyoming I have looked at fossil records for identification of these teeth nothing I have come across so far has been comparable to this size besides ancient rhinoceros any information on this would be helpful all teeth were found together in a washout ditch only inches from one another
  15. hakan bakiryol

    İs this a tooth or a horn

    İ found this in a sand pit .
  16. Any idea would be appreciated, these are on some dirt pile and not together. Thanks!
  17. dingo2

    Is this a triceratops horn?

    Found in the scollard formation. Seems to have the blood grooves and general shape that I've seen on horns. I'm guessing it would just be a section from the tip. @Troodon
  18. Hi all, I was recently gifted a lovely fossil from a friend. He told me it comes from a reliable digger from Sangiran and it is a rhino horn. However, I have my doubts Rhino horns as I understand, are made of keratin which means they do not fossilize easily. Also, this fossil here is almost surely a bone. My friend tells me it is permineralized keratin but I am not sure if I agree with that. While there are indeed lines that flow from the base to the tip, I can't tell if they are carved or not My friend mentioned this is a river find, hence the
  19. Hi, Now, this is the worst for wear, but if it is as described, I figure it's my best chance to get a triceratops horn for a price that is in my budget---since I've seen full ones go for thousands, I'd never afford one.. And even though it's a bit battered, it seems repairable to a degree---the top part seems like it can repaired, as does the bit connecting to the skull, but it is missing a chunk of the middle section unfortunately. I So, is it as described--a Triceratops horn, or something else that resembled a horn? It was found in Western South Dakota, Hell Creek. De
  20. des

    help needed for id

    Hi, I love to take trips on fields and forests. I usually metal-detecting but I did find this - I do not know what it is... Romania
  21. Steak_Knife86

    Dinosaur Horn?

    Possible Triceratops Horn and many other dinosaur parts.
  22. Squirrelman91

    Judith River Ceratopsian Horn?

    I have this chunk of bone from the Judith River formation of Hill County, Montana, and I was wondering if this is a partial horn? It was found with some other small skull fragments, but this is the main piece. Does anybody more familiar with ceratopsian horns have any insight? It is 5.3 inches in length (I forgot a ruler picture, my apologies). Thanks in advance!
  23. Some fun finds here in Tennessee Devonian /Ordivician area. Just north of Hendersonville TN. Found in creeks, rivers, and streams.
  24. jsch

    Sonoma Coast Fossil (?)

    Hi! Sorry for the low-quality photos. Not sure if this a rock or fossil. It has an almost honeycomb pattern on the inside. Found at the beach on the Sonoma Coast in Northern California. Thank you for taking a look at it.
  25. Hi forum ! Many thanks for accepting me and very glad to join Please help ID this fish. I have no any knowledge in fossils weight of rock 1795 gr. Length of rock 330 mm, width 109 mm, height 33mm, length of fish 287 mm ( without the possible horn with horn approx. 295 mm ) , height 82 mm. Please notice in the photo of the rock that I have poured water on it, the fish seems to have some kind of a horn in front of its head. Possible Creataceous period ? Origin: My father in merchant navy had bought it in Brazil
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