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  1. whatdouthink

    Help identify

    So I found this by the bank of a river in MN. I think it's a egg because of the shell it has I don't know what the holes are all about either.....but the layer underneath looks like you can see feathers or fur or skin... please help me identify it thx.
  2. 3RZUL13

    What’s this?

    Pulled this from roughly 3-4 feet deep in my backyard on the far west/nw edge of San Antonio. Found a rock bed as I was digging. Odd because until then the soil was actually soil…it was dark and was easy to shovel. I’ve dug holes all around my property and at many other spots around this area and I’ve always hit a very solid layer of limestone before even getting a foot deep. So 3 feet was noteworthy. And that was about 8 months ago. It took me that amount of time to uncover this one. It’s a hair shy of 2lbs4oz/ just over 1kg. Any thoughts on it?
  3. I have this piece from Central Indiana (Generally the Mississippian or Tertiary/Quatemary). What I find fascinating is that it appears to be a nasal cavity. I’m not sure if it’s coincidence or something of actual interest. I took quite a few pictures some with stronger flash so you can see the difference in the different light.
  4. Parker Brown

    Strange Tooth in Peace River

    Good afternoon everyone! This is a tooth that my girlfriend found while sifting in the river and we aren't quite sure what type of tooth it is so any help would be greatly appreciated. I am pretty sure that is it mammal and I want to assume that it is carnivore since it doesn't seem like a grinding surface.
  5. Found this at friends giant 60 section ranch outside monahans Texas in bottom of sand hills in harder sand layer where I find artifacts etc. his land is directly across from sand hills state park monahans tx. any idea on animal. deer looking to me ? It could be highly mineralized but seems to be fossilized and hard as rock.
  6. Alston Gee

    Pliosaur Teeth ID

    Can anyone help me identify whether the teeth from photos 1&2 belong to Liopleurodon forax and the tooth from photo 3 is Pliosaurus Kevani? These teeth were found on Swindon, UK
  7. Hi everybody, I'm hoping you can provide help in identifying the following object. I am a complete amateur, but have been wondering about this specific rock for a long time. I tried to make clear pictures, some on centimeter paper. Short story about the object: my mother has lived in South Portugal for a long time, near a river that usually runs dry in the summer. Over the years she and I collected numerous beautifull stones there, usually no fossils. The area knows some places (higher up in the mountains) that are fossil rich, but those do not resemble this specific one. At o
  8. Hello everybody! Someone offered me a Scabrella to buy... As it is a rare trilobite I have doubts about its authenticity. Can you help me? Please!
  9. clintk

    Fossil ID

    Can anyone help me identify this fossil. Thanks.
  10. I know there isn't obvious visual on the specimen but due to the host material being one typical fossils are found in and because of the heavy weight of it and a specific shape, I was hoping I may possibly have a fossil that can still be identified or a place to start as to what is in this rock. Thanks Also the Photos 2,3,4 & 5 are what I consider the top half of the rock and you can clearly see a pointed ridge in the middle indicating that it's possibly a fossil. The first picture is of the opposite side "bottom" which is flat. Except for the right side which shows a ridge thr
  11. DrewNZ


    First off, I'm a complete novice when it comes to fossils so please ignore my ignorance! I recently found my first fossil and I'm still waiting for the bits to arrive so I can have a go at prepping it. On hearing this and my excitement about it my Mother In Law handed me a rock and said I found this about 30 years ago on a trip to Brighton in England I want you to have it. I think it might be an Ammonite (complete guess based on pictures I've seen of Ammonites), also when I first looked at it I thought it was merely the impression left by the fossil, but on looking at
  12. Fay

    Not a belemnite?

    New to this group so I hope I'm posting within guidelines. Apologies if not. My son found this at Charmouth last winter and it's been stashed in his jar of belemnites. But last night he noticed this one is different, it has ridges on both sides and isn't cone shaped like the others. He's hoping its pterosaur! Can anyone help with ID? Thanks.
  13. Moses Oberlander

    Interesting Big Brook find

    Hi. Any ideas on this one?
  14. Fossil finder 100

    What is this rock?

    I got this from the last chance mine in creed Colorado but it might have been brought from somewhere else. It has a bunch of little swirls on it and was wondering if anyone could tell me what it is. Thanks ahead of time!
  15. Moses Oberlander

    Shark tooth ID

    Any ideas on this one?
  16. Moses Oberlander

    Some more New Jersey Brook finds

    Some interesting finds. I think the first one is a crocodile scute correct me if I’m wrong please… there are 2 pictures of each of the 3 specimens.
  17. Moses Oberlander

    What’s this?

    Hi. Please let me know what this is. Thanks!
  18. Moses Oberlander

    Miscellaneous Big Brook finds

    Some more stuff I found, not sure if they are interesting.
  19. Moses Oberlander

    Late Eocene to middle Miocene fossils

    Some miscellaneous fossils that I found today. The top left one I think is a drumfish plate with a tooth. No idea on others…
  20. another interesting fossil. any ideas?
  21. Moses Oberlander

    Hadrasaurus tooth?

    Can this be a Hadrasurus tooth or it’s just a rock?
  22. Moses Oberlander

    More New Jersey Brook fossils

    Any ideas?
  23. Moses Oberlander

    Big Brook NJ ID

    Another tooth that I’m not sure
  24. Mart1980

    ID teeth from Triassic, Aust, UK

    I got a view year ago some teeth with the ID Rysosteus oweni. Now I have time to ID the tooth I was looking very carefull to the details. But have a problem to ID the. Tooth 1 is 0.9 cm ans Tooth 2 is 0.6 cm. To compare them with Pachystropheus rhaeticus I need to know how a Pachystropheus rhaeticus tooth look like. I read many Aust papers but no pachystropheus rhaeticus tooth. Who can help me with the correct ID? Is it Pachystropheus as sold, or Birgeria? It looks like Birgeria, but I like to compare them with some Pachystropheus fossils, as I dont know how they exaclt
  25. Rothrockbc

    Could it be...no...??

    In spite of feeling inadequate here.. I don't have the slightest clue what this is and I want to know everything from what it is or possibilities please and THANK YOU! found in a creek bed near agatized tree in southern indiana. 20220628_010555.mp4
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