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  1. Bob Root

    New Member Looking for Help

    Hi folks! I m new here. Thanks for letting me in. I have no Idea on this, the inside is throwing me. Petrified maybe? I don't know much and I would like some help. Found in East Texas. There are many more like it, but didn't want to bring home a 1000 pounds of rocks if that's what it is.
  2. Hello guys, hope you've all been well! A friend recently reached out to me with these photos and asked if they were anything, so I apologize for the lack of formal photos/measurements. They were beachcombing on Assateague Island in MD, which isn't very fossiliferous on the surface from my understanding; even so, I told them I'd reach out to see if any of the three objects below are anything unusual. Thanks!
  3. JimmyC

    Is this petrified wood?

    The curves within it have me confused. If so, is there a name for the type of petrified wood it is? The size is approx. 10" x 12" x 6".
  4. TLL

    Driveway Rock Bone

    Crystallized bone found in northeast central Texas driveway. Anyone know what it was? I find the lobar look, striations, and the small circular structures ringing the edge of the ?bone interesting. I included the picture of the proximal and distal picture to show they can be seen going all the way thru the fossil. Please educate me about this baby. Thanks.
  5. Hey all, when I went to Matoaka a few visits ago, my friend found a killer tooth. Gonna upload the photos she sent me here so someone can hopefully ID it for her. Thank you for looking!
  6. Energetic4YearOld

    Foot or knee? Ebbwvale deposit Qld Aus

    Gday all, Found this guy in the Ebbwvale Ipswich site mentioned elsewhere in this forum (Queensland, Aus). Found heaps of plants/ferns and this one striking piece. Any help on I.D greatly appreciated Little Mr 4 still of the opinion its a Velociraptor
  7. Kestrel

    Fossil ID Please

    I am trying to navigate the site. I am older and not very swift I am trying to get a fossil ID. Any help would be greatly appreciated. This was a gift and I have no info. Thanks in advance. Mike aka Kestrel
  8. Kevin Shales

    Amonite or concretion

    Hi, is this an amonite or part of a concretion sphere? I’m not sure where it was found. Many thanks
  9. Flaminka

    Name that shell!

    I found quite a few of these at Alligator Point, Florida during low tide the day after Thanksgiving. I'm pretty sure one is a Florida Quahog, but no clue on the other. Ice chest ruler for measurement. Any idea on them age wise? There was a large grouping of them in a tight area so I'm inclined to believe that they are eroding out of the substrate there. Thank you for your assistance!
  10. Hi team, thoughts on this specimen? Ideas on what it is? Iv also uploaded it into the “is it real?” Category! It’s owner is from Germany but he can’t tell me anything about it. Thoughts? thanks Nick
  11. Found this in Western South Dakota, someone suggested it might be Stromatolites? Anyone know? Thanks!
  12. JunkOCS

    Large fossils found in Missouri

    I found these two fossils here in SW Missouri buy the house. They were both in the same area. Any help to ID would be greatly appreciated.
  13. This was found in Mineral Wells fossil park in North Texas. It's a huge borrow pit that's easily 20 feet deep in some spaces, with everything gathered down at the bottom. Most of the things inside are crinoids and brachiopods, with the rare trilobite. I wouldn't expect to find a bone from anything in there, but this really looks like something to me. It's about 4cm long, and it feels like a pretty standard rock. The reddish-brown areas are smoother and slightly concave, and it looks to me like this was broken off of something. There's also an area on the back side where the same reddish-
  14. MichellePonds

    Unusual layered rock

    Have an unusual layered rock, dug it up out of my garden a few years ago in the Lower Hunter Valley, NSW Australia. Quite a light rock to hold, approx size - 10cmL X 7cmW X 8cmD, any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks
  15. kid kettle

    Mammoth or Bovine?

    Hey folks, I love the internet. I had no idea there were people out there I could just ASK what my friend found! I thought I'd always have to wonder. I'm not in the same place as the fossil anymore, so I'm sorry that all I have for scale is my hand and a phone in the background of the photos. (I didn't know that was bad for scale until it wasn't in my possession anymore -- the fossil, not my hand.) I know my friend found this "neat rock" (fossil) on an active gold mine in Canada's Yukon, and that there were reports of Mammoth fossils found along the same line of claims... but never having
  16. cvernon581

    ID Please

    this is a friends he was told it was dino bone but im not for sure. Your Thoughts ?
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