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  1. Jbenton

    Horse Tooth-Florida three toed?

    Hi Found in the peace river in Florida. Can someone tell me if this is a three toed horse or it’s descendant? It is fossilized. To me it looks three toed based on the shape and curvature? Any ideas? Thanks
  2. Here are some messel fit specimens I recently got and saw. These are from German collector, old collection. I guess that bird and fish(amia) specimens is real, but not sure about the others. Is there anyone who can identify it?
  3. Shellseeker

    Toebones and Earbones

    I was out again with a good friend. He has a huge garden and gifts me vegetables from time to time. Yesterday he gave a one of his earliest perfectly ripe Cantaloupes. We had some for breakfast... sweet and delicious. Once again, I saw @PODIGGER at the launch point. to discuss finds, but I left early. It was a day of few finds. Some broken Megs, a few Hemis, but I like tigers, and I did get a contortus. Some turtle, which I do not normally keep, in the center a chunk of a Capybara m3, an earbone which was my find of the day (I will separate to another fossil ID
  4. OK my fellow fossil hunters need your help with this one… What could it be?
  5. Bails

    Mammal Tooth ID

    Hi all, I found this tooth that washed out of the Charleston Harbor in South Carolina that is ~3 inches long and ~2 inches wide. I was wondering if someone could help me with an ID on it? Thinking it may be horse, bison, or cow, but those are just guesses so any help would be appreciated!
  6. EPIKLULSXDDDDD

    A Return to the Brazos

    Finding the three-toed horse tooth from my first trip really inspired me, so I made the long drive back to a spot I found along the Brazos River. Despite the treacherous route down the bank and mile long journey to the far end of the sandbar, I was not discouraged. I don't usually look for things from this time period, so almost anything I'd find would be a personal first which added an extra layer of enthusiasm to the hunt. The weather was nice and various recreational planes flew about in the sky. Although the Brazos water isn't the prettiest sight to behold, the carved cliffs and southeaste
  7. Spr

    Horse Tooth?

    Location: Shoreline Holden Beach, NC
  8. Rasmu004

    Partial bone identification

    Greetings, I found this bone on property where cattle used to feed and where bison were native to. This was found in the side bank of a washout and roughly 1 ft below surface grade. A friend went to track for it and it snapped upon grabbing it and the other portion is still buried. It is currently frozen so I am unable to dig further into the bank to reveal more of the bone. It appears to be fairly old and the inside is hollowed out. I was wondering if anyone may be able to identify it based on side and shape. Please let me know what your thoughts are.
  9. Here is a partial tooth I found in the Peace River (Bone Valley, FL) on a recent trip. It's broken, but the crown remains. I think it's horse, but does anyone have any idea what horse species this is, or if it's not horse, then what could it be? Thanks!
  10. I found these on the beach in South Carolina while searching for shark teeth. Im confident in the ancient horse tooth, but the other two, I’m not sure… any help would be greatly appreciated! I was told the tooth with the roots could be camel and also told the other piece would likely be a broken piece of a mammoth molar.
  11. SawTooth

    50 minute fossil hunt

    Today we went to a great spot we don't go often. The first 50 minutes were great, then it started raining,I can't imagine what I would have found if I got to stay a good 3 hours. We got two gator osteoderms, including the smallest one I've ever seen (below the large one) some gator teeth. Multiple mammal teeth (follow link below message to get to the ID message) horse frags, gar scales, turtle shell, and other weird fossils. Again, please go to the ID chat just to check if you can help.
  12. fossil_lover_2277

    Texas Fossils!!!

    Recent finds from Texas! Ammonites from the Goodland limestone, petrified wood and ice age stuff bank gravel of the Brazos river, either Beaumont or Lissie formations, or from a terrace deposit. The rib is mammoth/mastodon, the vertebra and hoof core bison, the antler is likely whitetail deer, and the teeth are horse and bison, with the small one I think a 3-toed horse based on the images I looked up.
  13. Is this a cow, horse, or bison scapula? I live in an area where bison used to roam and know that on the same property, bison skulls and bones have been found. Please let me know your thoughts and reasoning on how it was identified. Thank you!
  14. Shellseeker

    Horse molar

    Yesterday, not finding much beyond small teeth (Lemon, Dusky, Tiger) .... and in the last sieve before I pack up this tooth , just barely erupted... Those are some "really" small measurements of the length and width...
  15. Shellseeker

    A leg bone that I should know

    I was out yesterday. Fantastic day in the sunshine. Did not need a wetsuit, even 3 mm. I was "prospecting" mostly walking upstream , checking likely places for gravel. Not many hoorah finds, but sometimes you only need one. I was finding a number of mammal bones, leaving most of them behind. Here is a bone that I think I have seen frequently, but just spent a couple of hours trying to get a good match searching TFF and the internet for variations of Horse, Proximal/distal, Radius, Tibia... and I am not sure yet.... I started the search thinking it was a leg bone of a s
  16. EPIKLULSXDDDDD

    First Fossil Hunt at the Brazos

    I've had some free time this weekend, so I decided to mix things up and try hunting the Brazos instead of the usual cretaceous formations around Austin and DFW. The Pleistocene period is something I've always been fascinated by (probably due to the Ice Age movies), so the long drive wasn't enough to dissuade me. The weather was just right which made a day by the river all the better. This being my first time at the Brazos, I was a bit unfamiliar with the geography/prime hunting locations. I settled on parking by a bridge and decided to spend my day checking out both sides of the river. Navigat
  17. Over the weekend, me and my friend went to a creek in North Florida and found the Fossils below (main picture to fire wolf) the next day I went by myself to a land site near me and found most of the small teeth and the megalodon. This was our first time at this creek, and it was a huge success, with the most Miocene age fossils of any creek I have been to. We got camel, round- tailed muskrat ( thank you to those who helped identify that) horse, gator, and best of all, my first dire wolf tooth.
  18. Brandy Cole

    Sacrum--Bison or Something Else?

    The Brazos River has been receding daily, and I found this sacrum two days ago laying in sandy gravel that had just been exposed. Mostly Pleistocene fossils here. Due to its size, I thought it may be from one of the larger herbivore mammals. But due to wear, it's a little hard for me to tell how tapered or straight the original structure was, which seems pretty diagnostic in differentiating between the species. Several examples I've seen look similar, but I'm having a hard time finding any with sizes listed, so I'm a little lost. Can anyone shed some more light on this?
  19. Phillipku2001

    Possible Horse/cow fossils?

    Hey guys new to the forums and thought I’d make a post to have you guys help identify some possible fossils that i found in a local creek after heavy rains.There are lots of mission era ranches so there is a possibility of them being old but not fossilized cow bones. Let me know what you guys think
  20. Jim Kovalchick

    Bone id needed

    This bone was found at Myrtle Beach after the most recent storm. Thanks in advance for help. Jim Kovalchick
  21. https://scitechdaily.com/ancient-dna-discovery-reveals-woolly-mammoths-wild-horses-survived-thousands-of-years-longer-than-believed/amp/
  22. Hello!! Just wanted to share with the forum some of my fossils and bones that I do not need identified but would love thoughts on nonetheless. The elephant bone is of a four tusker- the upper part of the tibia, and completely mineralized, and very heavy. It is anywhere from 13-15 myo. The tortoise shell frags include the lip of the shell, as well as a nice slab of the plastron- found separately, but in the same creek. Tortoises were in Nebraska 8-15 mya. The horse tibia has been identified as either the tibia of the small three-toed horse Pseudhipparion, or t
  23. acetabular

    Horse Metapodial

    A presumed horse metapodial from the Eocene sediments of the Big Horn Basin (Wyoming). Post some other things from here as well, but was wondering if anyone could narrow down this ID. Thanks!
  24. 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?
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