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  1. Tony G.

    Bone identification needed.

    I collect armadillo fossils. All of my fossils have been purchased and I have been able to identify most of them using the internet. The attached photos are from bones I purchased labeled Holmesina carpals. Both seem to be the same bone, one from holmesina septentrionalis and one from holmesina floridanus (my guess). They are both river finds from Northern Florida, USA. I have not been able to find a photo or diagram showing this bone. Does anyone have a photo or diagram showing this bones position in the skeleton. If these bones are not from the Holmesina genus, I would like to know th
  2. i.amsherlocked

    Camel tooth?

    Found washed out from a river bank in Northern Alberta. I was thinking camel to be the best match but looking for a second opinion.
  3. This is a Pleistocene Cave Bear jaw from Romania. I'd like to know if this is authentic and if there has been restoration? Thanks.
  4. Dunderdung

    Old North Sea Mammal Collection

    I bought parts of an old collection a couple of years ago. It cotained a bunch of peices from the north sea. Some of the fossils came without tags and i would like to ask for some help identifying what type of species they might have came from. First of is this vertebra. As far as come with my own research im guessing woolly rhino?
  5. This is a tusk I prepped a few years ago, sourced from central Alaska. It was in great shape for being a partial, no breaks to repair or even major cracks to fill, all natural besides a little stabilization and polishing to bring out the colors. Really strong vivianite on this one and inside the internal cavity appears to be crystals. It was tricky to get a good photo of them, but see below. I took a few of the inside shots with a UV flashlight as well as just a flash. Vivianite crystals?
  6. Navybloke

    Pleistocene Teeth

    Hi all, this is my first post on here, but defnitely won't be the last. I'm newly returned to fossil hunting after a multi-decade absence, and I'm very glad to have found this forum! The teeth in the images came from a Pleistocene deposit overlying the London Clay of Essex. I'm tentatively going with deer for the small ungulate tooth, but no clue with the other rooted molar. You might be able to see that a third root has broken off. I've done plenty of searches along the lines of 'ice age mammal tooth ID guide', but could do with some help on the molar - and pointing towards any o
  7. Ramon

    Fish Skull Cap/Plate?

    Hello, found this last Saturday at a beach in Galveston Island, Texas. Other fossils I’ve found there, are from the late Pleistocene (only around 20,000 years old). They come from the Beaumont Formation. I know this piece of bone is almost certainly from a fish. Does anyone recognize what bone this is, and from what species? It has a very weird shape, and something tells me that this is probably from a skull, possibly something similar to a sea robin skull plate. Measures around 4.75 cm (1.87 inches long)
  8. In everyone who has been or frequents the Peace river in your opinion is it worth the trip? I’ve been many times and it seems like many of the good spots are all but tapped. I know there are always new fossils eroding out of the banks but still is it worth it for sifting?
  9. 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.
  10. "Confirming the species will take at least a few more months, but he suspects it was an American Cheeta between 10,000 and 500,000 years old." https://cardinalnews.org/2022/01/21/caving-team-discovers-retrieves-rare-ice-age-era-cat-skeleton-from-southwest-virginia-cave/?fbclid=IwAR3Oj-vSTlekB3VF9VUJMcqai7vCNKlGj7ysjN2bdF4bAnuYyu2aCsltjWc
  11. Do you have ice age animal bones, teeth, or tusks found in British Columbia, and want to learn more about them? Or share a story about them? If so, the British Columbia Megafauna Project wants to hear from you! Ice age animal remains are dispersed across museums and private collections and there is no synthesis on the condition of these specimens, their species, their provenience, their age, or to when they date. In effort to remedy this, we are a research group based at Simon Fraser University looking to partner with individuals to better understand the Late Pleistocene in British
  12. LordTrilobite

    My Woolly Rhino 2018

    It has been a few years since I posted an update on my woolly rhino composite skeleton. Due to regulation change, not a whole lot of bones are fished out of the North Sea these days. So I haven't gotten many new bones in recent years. But last week I got a whole bunch of extra bones so I got the rhino out of the many boxes I have it stored in for the most time and so it's time for another progress update. For those who've missed my previous posts. I have been collecting wooly rhino (coelodonta antiquitatis) bones for over a decade now ever since I got a few leg bones for my birthda
  13. I found this in a creek in middle Tennessee. Is this part of a bone or is it chert? Or maybe it's something else completely. i see a circle on the inside of the tubular shape. there is also a less worn area that makes me think it is fossilized bone. I'm posting pictures with and without a louper. We have ordovician fossils as well as some ice age mammals. One dinosaur was found here, the hadrosaur. Birds, crocodiles, trees, i don't know about whales.
  14. mr fossil

    Fossil wood?

    Hello i found this peculiar fossil while looking for late neogene coral fossils(which I found) I’ve fossil hunted in this area for years and haven’t found anything like this so I was thinking maybe this is petrified wood from when Arabia was green 15-4000 years ago what are your thoughts? I would love to know thank you I appreciate it
  15. Bobby Rico

    North Sea ice age

    Quite interesting with it’s fossilised iceberg that are news to me. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-58479485
  16. Neanderthal Shaman

    Mystery Bone

    Another piece from my grandmother's collection. It is labeled "Fossil Tusk or Horn, Shop in Anchorage" August 1985". It is rather small, measuring almost exactly 3 inches in length. It appears mammalian, and if it's from Alaska, I assume it's probably Pleistocene in age. Although she had it labeled as a tusk or horn, I'm more inclined to believe it's part of a bone, especially considering there is a foramen visible on one side. Anyone have an inkling?
  17. Hello, I found this bison skull in a creek yesterday after a very heavy rain (that downed many trees in a few areas). Positive it's bison, but not sure if it is a young bison bison, or possibly a bison antiquus calf? The horns from tip to tip are 20 1/2" and the length of the skull is around 19 1/2" There are 3 upper cheek teeth present, the back 2 worn down considerably. Any help would be much appreciated!
  18. Ice Age fossil find turns Las Vegas couple's new pool into a dig site By David Williams, CNN, April 30, 2021 Bones dating back to ice age found in Las Vegas backyard Associated Press, April 28, 2021 Yours, Paul H.
  19. Zenmaster6

    Ice Age bones need ID

    Found in South Texas Next to white mastodon tooth with white tusk. The stuff down here does not mineralize. This is misc stuff I thought was chunkothere, but looked a second time and saw something there. first 3 I was wondering if its turtle or tortoise shell.
  20. lexandy8081

    Mastodon teeth

    I found these mastodon teeth today. I have a total of 3. There is bone still intact. Heres the pictures. Thanks
  21. Hi, as recently I have been going mainly to the Pleistocene location, I have lots of surplus fossils I will gladly trade I'm not looking for anything specific - all offers are welcome. Set A Set B Set C Set D All these fossils come from Góra Kalwaria, Poland.
  22. Can someone please help me with an ID on this? I was almost positive it’s a short faced bear, but the person who found it thinks tiger. It was found in Indonesia. It weighs 5 kilos.
  23. Fossil_Adult

    Trip from corolla beach, NC

    Ok so to start off with this, I’m going to post my finds from a recent trip to the outer banks of North Carolina. I was very disappointed to be going to this location at first, because I had no idea of its fossil significance. I wanted to go further down south where the sharks teeth get huge, but the cases further down for Covid 19 were very high and I didn’t want to risk catching the virus so the whole group (who were all my neighbors) decided to head here instead. The first day on the beach, I found a lot of fish fossils (including those vertebrae’s) but it was the second day that was the be
  24. SarahD

    ID HELP PLEASE!

    This was found near the Farmdale Geologic Exposure, and I am having a heck of a time identifying it; I'm used to your typical bryozoa, crinoid, and brachiopod - not this! The inner, u-shaped part looks biological, and is packed with a more clay-sourced material around it, and perhaps inside? I've taken numerous pictures to try to give a full look at this weird find. The outermost rock layer can flake off of picked. I'm not even 100% convinced it's a fossil, but i'm having trouble coming up with what in the world it could be. Please help me out!
  25. I found this Ice Age fossil in Peace River, Florida.... 1+ inch length of the base of deer antler. Photos show a side view and entire bottom 'button' base, where it was attached to skull. So I think this is a shed antler.
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