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  1. Galahad

    Gigantic Chunk of Amber?

    I don’t know from which locality this specimen originated. I found it among my late grandfather’s property. From what I can gather, this is an extremely large specimen of amber. It weighs approximately 110 lbs, measures approximately 22” x 18” x 11” and features many interesting inclusions from what i can see. I’ve performed a scratch test, hot needle test, acetone test, smell test, saltwater test, UV light test, and specific gravity test… all of which seem to confirm its identity as amber. If this is true, however, based on the information I can find, it would seem that I’ve come
  2. If I come across a rather large cache of various fossils in an undocumented area, do I need to report it? More context. They are all "parts and pieces". Scutes, teeth (no sharks), jaws, bones, fins, crushing teeth etc. They were in a branch of a stream that also held the first unearthed Hadrosaurus about a mile away. They were all on the surface within about 1/2 mile from one another. Most are pretty river worn but there are also a lot of keepers and even a few potentially museum-quality pieces. Should I report my findings or quietly open up a new web store- Thagomizers, etc.®
  3. This individual of the jaw segment may be not smaller than the largest indarctos oreogonensis(The huge individual of indarctos oreogonensis is shown in the 6th picture, which is a huge jaw with the length of 369mm. It’s full length of head may be longer than 55cm, much larger than any bear presents in the modern world ). For this huge bear jaw segment found in china, its depth of jaw behind the canine(Shown in the 4th photo) has a value even larger than the corresponding part of the largest indarctos oreogonensis(data’s shown in the table from the paper on the 5th photo, I had drawn a circle a
  4. Here is a link to the story run by Utah State University: "Jaws of Death" LINK to original post about this discovery. Here is my story: My name is Gary Thompson, when I was a young boy our class was learning about fossils including some of the terrain and ground indicators for finding fossils. We took a field trip into the Escalante Canyon between Delta and Grand Junction Colorado. During this trip we were told that people have found dinosaur bones and petrified dinosaur dung in the canyon. During that trip I found a few interesting pieces. It w
  5. Hi all! This time I'll show you a very special site, located on the Volga river near the city of Rybinsk, 250 km north of Moscow. The site is famous for its huge Volgian ammonites, the biggest in our Jurassic (big Cretaceous ones are no surprise). The largest ammonites here reach 70 cm, they are inflated and surprisingly common. If you find an ammonite in concretion, it will most likely be big and whole (but often broken inside). The main outcrops are situated by the village of Glebovo, they occupy about 6 km of the shore. Glebovo:
  6. Jaime

    Giant 500 mm ammonite México

    Hi guys, Could Any one help to ID this ammonite? It Is from Baja California, México. It measure 500 x 450 mm. It weights over 60 Kg. I bought it, so i have no More data than the state, sorry... Thank you!! Regards!
  7. A huge Hungaiidae trilobite from Hunan Fenxiang Formation, Lower Ordovician. Part of gut is preserved due to infilled sediment.
  8. Leggs

    Help me I.D please

    Found in Medina River in Castroville,TX. Both laying in same area. I thought they were maybe ancient tools until I cleaned them off and clearly they are something more. Something once huge.
  9. Hey all! I’ve never considered buying a fossil when I can go outside and find some but I might change my mind for this one. What would you guys think if you saw this at an antique store?
  10. About 3 or 4 years ago I made a trade with a guy from New Zealand. Today I received the last part of the trade. Apon opening it up I knew immediatly that it was broken!!! After taking off the bubble wrap my heart just sank and I could see it was in many pieces! Im going to have a very hard time sleeping tonight. This thing was HUGE!!! Just glad no one is here to see me cry. RB
  11. Raulsaurus

    Huge carcharodontosaurus teeth

    Hello! I am looking for buying these two great teeth of carcharodontosaurus. The seller assures that they are not restored. I think they are of good quality and have good enamel and good serrations. Do you think they are of good quality? Is it possible to get better pieces? Thank you very much for your help. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1N__GZroIEmRJ2VHlUzf8YvgeQbacdhfr/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_Ft6XS2bwSgrG63tuUipBwDKM4fC-w-d/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Na_iaYfJz7w-OK8S6pqLRmp0Y8DDSmRn/view?usp=drivesdk
  12. Mykalakaitlyn

    Cleaning or restoring advice??

    Hello hello. I'm new to this whole fossil thing! although this forum community has informed me with so much more then I could ask I still have some silly questions. Should i clean shark teeths? And how can I decide what condition my shark teeth are in? Also here are some interesting finds I found on Englewood beach, Florida. Super early on 2/20.... oh and could someone give me a run around on different colors? Like blue,orange,black, sometimes yellow. Does that go about age or shark?
  13. musicallymade

    Huge hemipristis?

    From what I have seen of other hemi teeth, they generally aren't much bigger than 2". But this really looks like those, only much bigger. Any ideas?
  14. At over 4" across, this is the last few chambers of by far the largest diameter belemnite phragmocone I've ever seen. (If anyone has one from a Megateuthis, I'd love to see it! - they don't seem ever to be preserved.) Given to me by a friend, it is in a nodule from the Jet Rock (Upper Lias, Lower Jurassic) of Port Mulgrave, north Yorkshire coast. It must have belonged to an exceptionally large Acrocoelites trisulculosus which is probably the only belemnite to occur in this bed. It's a large species anyway - typical rostra of it are 5 - 7" long but about 9" has very rarely bee
  15. Get a load of this Bivalve!!! I used to find a few of these back in the day. These come from a very private property that was located in the Falore formation in Northern california. I was lucky enough to be privy for collecting. No more of these will ever be collected. Sad. But what a super cool mussel shell!!! And quite HUGE!!! RB
  16. https://www.yahoo.com/news/giant-dinosaur-footprint-discovered-mongolia-desert-073559045.html
  17. Bgerwick

    Fossil ID

    Does anyone have any idea what type of dinosaur bone this may be? Its extremely heavy and about 40 inches or more long.I. was thinking it may be a humorous bone (upper arm)but I really have no clue. Any knowledge would be greatly appreciated
  18. conleys

    Interesting Vertebra

    Hello, I am back! If you didn't know, I buy fossils on the internet sometimes. On EBay, I found a cheap vertabrae. It was only worth 5$ and they said it seemed fossilized, so why not buy it. I got it now, and it definitely is fossilized, just I have no clue what it belongs to. If anyone knows what it might be, tell me. Bye! -Con
  19. Tomsteeth

    Largest Mako Ever Found?

    Here are some photos of a tooth found in the Atlantic ocean off Eastern NC. When I was cleaning the bunch of teeth I had this tooth stuck out immediately. I have heard some arguments for both a very large mako and a worn meg....although no one can produce a meg that looks like this yet for comparison. Measurements : Side 1 = 4.10 inches Side 2 = 3.86 inches Width = 2.72 inches What do you think?
  20. mndoubleyou

    What Is This Big Fossil?

    Found this big boy today. Any ideas what it is?
  21. Is anyone can help me to exam this fossil. is it real? or man made. if it is real, how many percentage of repair. thank you so much for the help.
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