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  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. VAfossilguy

    Mammoth, Elephant, or Rhino fossil?

    Good afternoon everyone, Im looking to possibly buy this unique and large fossil. Just not exactly sure what it is. It’s from Indonesia.
  4. Vnaz50

    Another confusing one

    This one has me stumped also.
  5. Guns

    Triceratops Horn section ??

    I have been searching for affordable Triceratops brow horn section for 4 month now (with absolute no luck finding one that suit my budget ) .... finally someone offer me this triceratops horn section from Hell creek formation , south dakota I just wanna make sure that this is really a triceratops horn section before negotiating the price with seller . let me know what do you guys think about ID this bone ! thank you in advance guy ! Guns
  6. Hi, sorry posted a bunch at once and they are probably all just rocks but really enjoy looking at the posts here and attempting to participate. This rock was interesting to me because it is incredibly shiny, moreso than in the photos and particularly on one side, the flat one. And, it has that flat side that looks almost organic. Around the smallest tip of it, there seems to be a ring but not sure if that shows up well in photos and a straight ridge along the flat side. The other side is indented a couple millimeters. I know its probably a rock but it looked interesting enough to me to p
  7. dbrake40

    Bison Horn Core

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  8. patrickhudson

    Horn?

    I posted a similar “horn” recently that didn’t get much resolution. Here’s another one with a few more pics. Indonesia (supposedly), found alongside megs in some type of wash pile/hill (supposedly). thoughts? thanks in advanced for any insight. It’s a weird one. I’ve seen a couple, but only a couple, pictures online of Miocene type rhino horns that are somewhat similar - but nothing exact.
  9. It has 10 percent restoration. It's 13.5 inches long. It was found in Baker Montana region.
  10. returnofthemammoth

    Fossil Horn of ancient Rhino

    Hi all, In the 80's my uncle took a horn from an extinct ancient rhino from Indonesia. It is definately a fossil, it is like stone. And quite heavy, 3.5 kg. (The ruler is in cm) I would like to know from what kind of rhino specie it is. Has anybody an idea? Thank you very much!
  11. Richard Gilbertson

    Suffolk England River Bed

    Hi I am new to this. I found this in a river bed in Suffolk East of England. Anyone know what it is? It’s about 10cm long
  12. Familyroadtrip

    Triceratops horn?

    Hi all, I’m thinking about bidding on this, and was wondering if it was a triceratops horn?
  13. Raulsaurus

    Real triceratops horn?

    Hello! I see this for sale. The seller told me It’s a triceratops horn. No information about location. Is it real? Fake? No triceratops horn? Thank you so much!
  14. Hi, I bought this fossil at a flea market but am having trouble identifying what it could. I believe it to be the brow horn of a triceratops but i'm not too sure.
  15. Hi I’m wondering what Ceratosaurus and other horned Theropods used there horns for? I’ve heard it was display but I’ve also heard it was for pushing rivals. Is there any evidence for these? Thank you!!
  16. Bob Saunders

    Horn coral +

    This horn coral is most likely from the fossil area of Alpena, Michigan per the man that gave it to me. It was covered with very hard dirt. After much cleaning and trips to the ultra sonic machine I am not sure what I'm seeing? The top instead of the usual straight cut like lines has lumps. like the tentacles. And instead of the usual looks of a broken off tail it has the gray as pictured. Is it the normal looks of a well preserved horn coral or another life form attached to it. I understand that they secrete calcium carbonate around them for protection, and that is what we normally find. all
  17. I came across this [verbatim seller description removed] Hell Creek Formation, Montana.
  18. Mahnmut

    Fossil Pelican horns?

    Hello again, I just read that the American white pelican ( Pelecanus erythrorhynchos ) grows a kind of horn during mating season that is shed when the eggs are laid. Has anyone ever heard of one of those being found fossil, or subfossil? I know that keratin is rarely preserved, I am just curious. Best Regards, J
  19. Hi, I found this on Penrhyn Bay beach in North Wales UK. Does anyone have an idea what it might be? More photos here
  20. Esquibel

    Is this just a rock?

    This has been on our bathroom window ledge for some time now. Iam curious to know if this is just a rock or something else. This piece has some odd characteristics such as; linear ridges, pores, indent around one edge that looks like something could have been attached, and a think dark center. I read if you lick a fossil It will slightly stick which it did. We live in North Dakota north of the Missouri river. I like searching for odd or unique rocks along the shore. I can't recall exactly were it was found but can say either from the lake or my yard which is a new development on farm lan
  21. Dracarys

    Pachy Horn Spike

    I am obtaining this 2.6 inch pachy horn spike. Is there anyway to tell what particular specimen? Pachy vs stygimoloch vs Dracorex? Thanks all.
  22. Douglas Boughton

    Identify this?

    I inherited this tooth, or claw from my grandfather. I have no idea what it is. I'm just looking for help identifying it. Thoughts?
  23. Dereynes

    Newbie wanting to learn...

    I have a few pictures here of some shards of bone, horn, and or antler. Is there a way to tell the difference between them? The first two photos I believe to be horn, bison. Number three and four I also believe to be horn because of the wood grain pattern, but because it is a small fragment 1 1/2” I suppose it could be bone? photos 5&6 look to me like a rib bone, has a woody grain to it but is very solid, thick. However, I feel this could be horn or bone. How to tell the difference? The final two photos to me just looks like a shard of river polishe
  24. Birm171

    Fossil ID: Bison Horn?

    Hi TFF, thanks for having me. I frequently find fossils all over the Las Vegas area, but usually things that came from the sea: shells, small organisms, coral. On one of my last outings, I found this horn. I find many Rugosa, coral horns, in the exposed limestone on the peaks around Mt. Charleston area. This example looks very different to me. It is about 8 inches, 20cm long, and is very heavy, like stone and rock. It appears to me that the outer shell "horn" is partially intact, though long turned to rock. The core is a different texture and color as well. It was found on a
  25. 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.
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