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  1. Bill Dye The Travis Guy

    Looking for an ID to species level if possible

    Hello, looking to see if anyone can ID any of these to species level? They were found in a creek which is a mix of Middle Ordovician and Lower Mississippian rock in Defiance MO . Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  2. SandiTN

    Shark teeth

    I have numbered UNDER the teeth if that helps me to identify them.
  3. SandiTN

    Shark tooth

    Hopefully a better pic
  4. Chelsie

    Shark Teeth from Post Oak Creek

    I’d like for my Post Oak Creek collection identified (specifically the shark teeth), but I can’t find much information online about the species of shark whose teeth are found here (Post Oak Creek in Sherman, Texas). When I HAVE come across general information about the creek and other peoples findings online, there aren’t any pictures of the teeth or nobody else knows exactly what they have. It’s also hard to tell if I’m grouping them correctly, so I apologize if I’m mixing some species together. The longer teeth have very similar characteristics, but greatly differ in size. And the only teeth
  5. Hi there everyone. I would really appreciate your skills/opinions about if my little ''treasure'' is actually a coprolite or not. I have always believed it to be, just because it looks like a poo with something in it to me. I have forgotten where i found it, but most likely it was in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. It is ovalish in shape and appears to have a ''skin' wrapped around some sort of internal content. As I know zero about fossils, your time and expertise is gratefully appreciated. Looking forward to hearing from someone with excitement and thanks. Photos hopefully attached! Many ch
  6. SandiTN

    Shark tooth

  7. SandiTN

    Shark teeth

    Some more pics of other teeth. Numbers are UNDER pics
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  9. SandiTN

    Shark tooth identifying

    I have numbered under the teeth of that helps me to identify them.
  10. This was found in Brazos County, Texas. Someone suggested it could be a gastropod. Any help would be appreciated.
  11. oimush

    Horse hoof core maybe?

    found this on a south coast of england beach. think its a hoof. anyone know how old it might be or what animal it was from?
  12. Txaggiearcher

    Wood or Bone?

    Found in NM badlands. I thought it was petrified wood but someone suggested it was fossilized bone. There are definitely dinosaur bones where this was found so wanted thoughts.
  13. starryhotdog


    This is a rock that was taken out of my friends ponds. The house she purchased has two ponds that were made by the previous owner 40 to 50 years ago. So I can't be certain of where it was found.
  14. Jimbo7

    Fossil Identity

    Please can someone identify this fossil?
  15. Dr Van Nostrand

    Bone mass ID help please

    Good morning, While beach walking yesterday, we found this mass. It is mineral, dense and hard. Perhaps you can offer a suggestion as to what it is. thank you regards. D location: Atlantic ocean Florida Brevard county
  16. KylerThrift

    Please help identify, thanks

    Found in river in south east Georgia. Please help identify thank you! It measures H- 1-1/4 “ W- 1 -1/8” L- 2”
  17. Terracunningham

    Can anyone identify this tooth

    Went camping over the weekend with my Boyfriend, we both love the outdoors… Anyways I have a love for rocks and I was digging for a new rock when I came across this TOOTH:) Completely awesome but I collect rocks not teeth. So I’m looking for any information on this tooth I have. Thanks for the help and Completely awesome . Found in Bakersfield CA
  18. CWS

    Mystery fossil, any ideas?

    Seen in a rock far too big to move or break in Dorset, any ideas?
  19. SoonerAli

    Fossilized Tooth

    I found this fossilized tooth in/near/around the Arkansas River in Oklahoma over the weekend. I’m having trouble finding a match for it online in order to ID it myself. I was hoping someone from this group could help. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
  20. Hi everyone: Found this tooth via sifting in one of the downstream parts of Big Brook - I think it may be from a Hadrosaur but I want to rule out any sort of weirdo sawfish or something. Please take a look:
  21. ElizabethHarris

    What The Heck Is This?

    I found these 2 rocks in a bed of river rocks at an apartment complex in Denver Co. I found the biggest piece 1st and continued looking for more interesting rocks when I found the small piece. I was surprised that they fit together. The big piece weighs approximately 2 lbs and the small piece approximately 1/2 lb. If it's not a fossil then I need to know how it formed.
  22. Hello I am looking for help to identify these two teeth. I was told that they are T. rex but I feel either one of both are Albertosaurus but not 100% sure how to tell. I have included many photos and measurements. Both teeth are from the Hell Creek Formation. The first tooth and the shorter one is measures 2" long by 1" wide The second and longer tooth measures 2 1/4" long by .3/4" wide. Any information would be appreciated.
  23. ChampagneNBeer

    Help ID please :)

    Hi All, My father has this item he said his friend gave him when he was younger. I believe it was found in Russia, in a coal mine. He said it was a fossilized walrus tooth, then tusk - so I am not sure. Story is that was much longer but the miners who found it cut it into these smaller sections (about 5 inches long sections) and each took a piece - and one piece was given to my father as a gift. Thanks! CnB
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