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  1. Greetings from Inland Venice, FL. Pleistocene material. This is an unusual fossil find for me. It measures 6 inches long by 3 inches wide. It is 3.8 inches in height. Two different sides are flat. Photo A: overall image. Multiple images show worn black fossils embedded in relatively smoothed, compacted silica. This item was recovered from sand/clay, calcium carbonate material in hole approx. 10 feet deep. There were no other specimens with this type of composition recovered. FYI: Indian artifacts confirmed to 10,000 B.C. recovered within 10 miles. I have not previously recovered any
  2. While fossil hunting in the streams I found this today,I thought maybe it was a broken piece colonial pipe,but some are telling me native Indian bead or chest plate bead,arrow heads are found there.....any thoughts?
  3. Inkslinger10

    Artifact?

    Found in a waterway in Lincoln county Missouri.
  4. Spartanz800

    Petrified piece of a boat?

    Need help identifying this
  5. Northern Neck

    Ray plate or what?

    Found this on the shore in the Potomac with tons of other ray fossils. Is this from a ray or something else?
  6. Hoosier Hound

    Creek Find

    Found this over the weekend in a small creek in Bloomington, IN. The size is 3 and 3/4 inches by 2 inches by 1 inch high. Hope someone has some ideas on identifying this. Thanks!
  7. DESERTRAT

    FOSSIL or ARTIFACT?

    I found this in a fossil bed along with some clam fossils I was finding near Globe, Arizona. It was sitting in a depression on the ground near an exposed limestone fossil rift. The white band goes all the way around symmetrically and the rock type does not match anything in the area. is it a fossilized turtle shell, or nut maybe? or an indian artifact, or just an out of place rock?
  8. Adam Hamby

    Indian Artifact?

    I am having immense difficulty identifying this item with any amount of certainty.I found this in a small creek/ditch in a very rural part of Jefferson County, Mississippi. Several pottery shards, flakes were found within just a few yards of this piece. It appears to be from quartzite. I foolishly scrubbed this item like there was no tomorrow in order to remove a thick layer of black buildup from its years in the creek. I hope you will find time to offer some input. Sincerely, Adam N. Hamby Another couple of views
  9. noor mohmed

    Domed shelled tortoise

    Cylindraspis peltastes (Chelonoidis nigra) type
  10. This is a rock/fossil found in grandparents rock bed. I believe it to be a fossilised lizard on top of a rock. When I studied it, I noticed the lizard shape and, on the bottom side, what seemed to be an engraving that looked interesting. I tried to write down the symbols I saw and research them and came up with something similar to the Mayan writing for lizard. Looking for any advice/input on this intriguing piece. Thanks!top view of fossilup-close side view of fossil top-down view of bottom side containing what I believe to be an engravingScreenshot of Mayan representation of a lizard, close
  11. I know this is a fossil site but i was hoping someone here may have came across something like this before and may have some info to pass on. i found this near fenton, mi near a old tree while tilling. It was a little over 20 inches deep. it is almost perfectly round very very smooth and heavy and extremely hard. When hit by my tiller it got no damage only damaged my tiller. The tiller left metalic marks on the stone. i have since used my different things to try to scratch it with no luck. everything i use just just damaged. the item weighs around 41.7 grams
  12. wereiartm

    Where there is Land...Once was Sea

    From the album: My fossil art

    Colored Pencil

    © © Mike Menasco

  13. From the album: My fossil art

    Colored Pencil

    © © Mike Menasco

  14. Hey Guys, I know its a fossil forum but I feel native american artifacts go hand in hand so dont blow a fuse. I have found arrowheads here and there. not as many as I would like to admit. I dont know if I am looking in the wrong places or what. I know the basics, plowed feilds after a rain, creeks bed, ect. Are there any particular places I should be looking, any geological characteristics, bluffs, ect. Should i be looking in creeks or is that more of a waste of time than anything else. If i were to survery a certain area, how far should i dig while sifting the land. I want to know everything
  15. any help indentifying any of these items would be much appreciated! thank you in advance
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