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  1. milesdomecq

    Is this a whale bone?

    I'm thinking this a whale bone, maybe a humerus? Found in Mendocino, California. Thanks for your help!
  2. SpenRob

    Bison?

    Found this along the Kansas River in NE Kansas. I know it is a distal humerus, but am I right to assume this is a bison species?
  3. sjaak

    Humerus or femur seareptile

    Hello everyone. I am sorting out some old finds in this lockdown period. This one was found in the Boulonnais area, North of France. Upper Jurassic, mainly marine sediments. I have always assumed this is a humerus or femur of a sea reptile with missing joints. Plio- or plesiosaurus. There is a big muscle attachment. Can anyone confirm or not? Regards, Niels
  4. RescueMJ

    Humerus in Venice?

    Greetings from Venice, FL. After viewing a recent post, I am interested if anyone can identify my recovery from Pleistocene material. I believe it is the distal end of a humerus. It was crushed by a tractor. Photo A shows the distal end. The dimensions on Photo A is 5cm wide. Height is 4cm. Photo B is anterior view. It would be great if anyone could identify what animal it may have come from. Thanks in advance. -Michael
  5. garyc

    Humerus ID

    I know the ends are quite worn, but is there any way to determine what animal this is from? My gut says hog, but Before I trash it I want to be sure it’s not something like tortoise.
  6. Yasmin95

    Proximal part femur dino?

    Heyy, I have this part of a bone. It looks like the proximal half of a femur? It looks a bit to straight to be a femur of a crocodile, anyone agree? Does anyone know to look in what direction? Measurements: 80x29x21mm Kemkem beds Morocco. Gr Yasmin
  7. Sagebrush Steve

    Modern bone. Cow? Horse? Other?

    Well, this is modern, I don’t even have to do a burn test. Sorry if this is the wrong place to post, but I was hoping someone could help with an ID. I came across it when I was out on a hike through Little Death Hollow in southern Utah awhile back. I don’t have any other photos of it, which will probably make the ID more difficult. I’m thinking cow humerus, or maybe horse. Thoughts?
  8. FF7_Yuffie

    Alcione - Pterosaur humerus?

    Quite interested in this pterosaur humerus. It is described as Alcione -- From Morocco. The piece measures 16cm x 10cm The shape does seem to match another I saw posted here, but a more knowledgable view would be great. Many thanks
  9. dbrake40

    Bovid Humerus

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  10. garyc

    Proboscidean humerus

    I dug up this distal (I think) humerus today on the Brazos River. I wasn’t sure what I had when I first started digging. By the second picture I knew it was something special. Is there any way to differentiate between mammoth and mastodon humerus? @Harry Pristis @Uncle Siphuncle @fossilus I’m happy to provide additional pics if needed.
  11. BioBob

    Kem Kem femur?

    Here's a 45 cm / 17.7 inch long bone from the Kem Kem of Morocco. I don't know what animal this belonged to. Maybe a theropod or crocodilian?
  12. Chris384

    Nigerien fossil id

    Hello all, I have some fossils that I highly suspect came from the Agadez region of Niger. I am trying to ID them. I am new to the forum and any help would be greatly appreciated. I have 4 bones in total. I have taken pictures of all six sides. I am trying to figure out how to post the pictures. It will only allow me to do 3.9 m which is one picture approximately.
  13. Chris384

    Agadez region fossils of Niger

    Hello all, I have some fossils that I highly suspect came from the Agadez region of Niger. I am trying to ID them. I am new to the forum and any help would be greatly appreciated. I have 4 bones in total. I have taken pictures of all six sides. I am trying to figure out how to post the pictures. It will only allow me to do 3.9 m which is one picture approximately.
  14. butchndad

    Juvenile deer humerus?

    Good morning another good day in The Brook. My best find which I was able to identify was an iPhone 11 which I reunited with it’s owner. Photos below are of a humerus. Most of what I find is deer but this one is substantially smaller. Is it a juvenile deer or something else? As always, thank you for sharing your expertise
  15. brett.w.green

    Dolphin Humerus

    Found August 1st in Calvert Cliffs State Park in Maryland. Found digging around in deposits about 4 feet into the water. Area is known for Miocene fossils... Sharks teeth, vertebrae, whale bone, etc. It is definitely stone not some kind of metal.
  16. Hello, I found this joint end of a bone in a spoil pile. It has nice brown color and it is NOT dense. Underside shows fibrous area. I have found Equus and whale bone, and deer antler in this area as well as Meg teeth. I read Hulbert's book and my speculation was a ankle bone of some type or phalange. I can see where it might be from a piece of humerus. fossil is 3 cm high and 4 cm wide. Assistance appreciated. - Michael
  17. Ptychodus04

    Mammoth Repair

    I picked up this mammoth humerus from the Brown County Museum of History a couple weeks ago and have begun the repair. Apparently, someone tried to move it and it must have gotten dropped. I don't have the story on the damage, only the request for repair. Nobody's admittin' nuthin'! It came to me in 3 boxes (never a good thing for a single bone). This bone has an unknown provinance but has been at the museum for decades. Judging by the state of the plaster restoration, I would say this was done sometime in the 1960' or 70's. I soaked the exposed bone in stabilize
  18. dbrake40

    Jaw ID

    Hello. Cow, Bison, Camel, Thoughts?
  19. Welsh Wizard

    Iguanodon Humerus

    Iguanodon Humerus from the South Coast of England From this: To this: The humerus is about 16 inches long and is broken on the one end. Prep by me, stand by Friargate Forge.
  20. LordTrilobite

    Hadrosaur Humerus

    The left humerus of a juvenile hadrosaur. Found near Hamilton. The closest formation is Two Medicine formation. The deltopectoral crest seems fairly robust for such a young animal so I'm leaning towards this being Lambeosaurine instead of Saurolophine, which would make it most likely Hypacrosaurus. The shape also fits quite well with a juvenile Hypacrosaurus I have restored some small areas where there were large holes. But I have left the largest area of damage due to it being a little unclear as to how robust or slender that area would have been.
  21. LordTrilobite

    Hadrosaur Humerus Repair/Prep

    I recently got this lovely mess of bone, which is a mostly complete hadrosaur right humerus that only requires some assembling. I actually bought this with the idea that it might be a fun project. But then it broke even more in the shipping. So I have my work cut out for me. It's from Judith River formation, Montana. It's hard to tell at the moment, but it seems to be a rather slender humerus. So that would make it more likely to be from the saurolophinae subfamily. But I will look into that some more when I have it assembled. So I will be doing lots of reassembling on this piece a
  22. JohnBrewer

    Ichthyosaur humerus

    Lit: De La Beche & Conybeare (1821), Conybeare (1822), Owen (1840, 1851, 1881, 1849-84).
  23. belemniten

    pterosaur bones (perhaps Dorygnathus)

    From the album: Holzmaden

    This is probably one of my best find so far from the quarry Kromer near Holzmaden. Its a plate with some pterosaur bones, which is very rare in Holzmaden as these are marine desposits. The bigger bone might be a Humerus. Before I was able to find this piece I only found a few isolated pterosaur bones. Hopefully I can find a complete one one day The prep of this specimen took about 5 hours. Before the prep it was visible that these are pterosaur bones so I was very surprised ... Some more pictures:
  24. Hello all. I just wanted to share some information about keichousaurus that I found very interesting. Crazyhen recently identified a keich specimen I have as a male. I wondered how he knew that, and did some research. As most of you probably already know, keichousaurus hui was sexually dimorphic! Males can be told apart from females by the proportions and length of the femur and humerus. Males are also often times larger. I included a diagram telling apart the male from the female. A is the female, and B is the male. Thank you all for reading, I enjoyed learning this and hope some of you do as
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