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  1. Drewmgoff

    Egg Fossil

    I’m looking to get some info on this. Which I found in central Ohio.
  2. At what size, do you consider fossil Crocodile teeth to be Large? I do recognize that the answer will be dependent upon the particular species, but in general; what is a Large Croc tooth?
  3. Found this large bivalve/clam in the new creek bed spot I discovered. As mentioned in a previous post, the spot is mainly Great Valley complex sedimentary rocks (Cretaceous), but also bordering Eocene sedimentary, Miocene sedimentary, and some intrusion of Pleistocene alluvium known. This was free-floating. These type of white clam fossils are relatively common in the SF Bay Area, but this is by far the largest I've found. Can anybody speculate as to how rare this size/quality of specimen is? It measures 48mm x 45mm x 37mm and quite dense/heavy. Any taxonomical speculation would be appreciated
  4. Skeetersaurus

    Potential Beast Tooth

    Found this tooth in a place where all the teeth are whiteish with lightning streaks (acidic). This "tooth" was found where several other teeth were found. E.g.. Megs, GW, and makos. All but a few show signs of sever breakdown. I included an additional pic of more teeth found there for reference. Thoughts??
  5. Fifty years ago my friend found this tooth on the beach near Vancouver. She has always wondered what animal it belongs to. In the picture with two teeth the smaller is from moose remains we found while hiking on a mountain.
  6. Brandy Cole

    Large Ear Bone?

    Found what seems like a partial skull and possibly an ear bone. Brazos River, southeast Texas. Never found anything like this before, but the darker smaller segment reminded me of ear bone threads I have seen. The size and general shape of the darker 'ear bone' sent me in the mammoth direction, but I'm not confident in it.
  7. BenK

    Trilobite?

    Hello, been a while since I've been online, but getting back into the fossil world! Here is a specimen that is about 4 inches on a large rock that I would like to try an extract. Does this look like a trilobite to you all? Eastern MO.
  8. John1234567

    Large Tusk Tooth

    Found this on the beach in the outer banks, NC. The tusk or tooth part is 6-7 inches long. We have no idea what this could be and would welcome any help with the ID. Thanks!
  9. Simonberre

    What is this please help

    Hello I found this about 6 meters deep in clay and wasn't sure what it is and wanted some help. Thanks
  10. I found what looks to be a large dinosaur fossil fragment with bite marks of some sort on it. What type of animal would this be? And what caused these marks?
  11. TeslaHarmonix

    Crawfordsville Crinoids

    First I want to say hi to everyone! Been picking up rocks and poking around in hillsides since I was a kid. Until recently I mostly had no idea what I was looking at.. but I’ve always been really good at finding goodies. With that, I’d like to share some things I’ve found in the last couple of weeks! There is a quarter on there somewhere! This is one of the smaller plates that have washed out. This is not Sugar Creek. The creek was high from the recent rain, but the last time I was on the other side, that shelf
  12. Audiorij

    No idea what this is

    Found in warren county Missouri several years ago. I assume its s plant but have no idea.
  13. Joe Q

    Help ID Fossil

    Hello thanks taking the time to view my post, a good friend ask me if I could help him out with this Fossil so I joined Up. This was dredged up off the coast of Cape May New Jersey. Any information on it would be greatly appreciated. regards joe
  14. This is a tooth? I found over fifty years ago and I don’t remember where. Picked up all kinds of things then.. I lived close to Palo Duro canyon in Texas at the time but often looked for fossils and rocks in Az, Nm, Co,Ut. On summer trips. the length of the item is 8.5-9”, diameter 2.5”. Insides possibly looks like dentin. New to forum so please excuse any mistakes I make, and thank you.
  15. LA fossils

    croc scutes

    pretty sure these are from a crocodile. does anyone have a 2nd opinion?
  16. JLS62

    Identification help

    Hi All This is my first posting so I'm not exactly sure of how to go about things - if I get something wrong I am sure someone can point me in the right direction. I started collecting in my teens - a long time ago, and used to pick up rocks, fossils and minerals from wherever I could, including market stalls and collecting. One of the items I have is a large and heavy piece of fossilised bone. I've never done anything about getting it identified but would like to start now. Can someone point me in the right direction please. OK, as an amendment I should have read the
  17. Re: "The Thing." The subject item was found in an old flower bed in our backyard a few years ago. Provenance is unknown. It is likely part of a collection of someone in Pass Christian, MS, at the time of Hurricane Katrina. Enormous damage from 23'+ storm surge. Entire structures including a large were obliterated. That said, can anyone identify the object in the attached images? Measurements are 6" x 8" x 3.5." I've consulted with two potters who have said that this is not man-made. I appreciate any help you can offer.
  18. Dubs

    Fossilized Snails?

    This is my very first post on The Fossil Forum. I was hoping for some experts to weigh in on what exactly are these fossils. I picked them from a lake shore in Central Texas. Can you please tell me the species? What are the approximate ages for these? Why did they go extinct? Thank you for all of your help. Dubs
  19. Xander_eight

    Unknown fossil slice

    This is a fossil I found at my great grandmother's house in Benjamin utah. The fossil probably didn't originate from that exact location. But was probably still from Utah. The flat side of the slice is clearly porous. There is also a tendon or something else running through the side of the fossil. I'm hoping to get further information than what I know.
  20. We have many wonderful threads that let members show off some of their fossils. Threads like “Fossil du Jour” and your “Latest Mail Box Score.” In that same spirit, I wanted to see if anyone would be willing to share examples of some of their BIG fossils. It could be as simple as the largest fossil in your collection, or the largest example you have of a certain type of fossil. Just as long as you would in some way consider them to be on the large side. I’ll go first. This is the largest fossil in my collection. It's a piece of petrified wood. Its roughly 15in long x 14i
  21. Strepsodus

    Large KemKem bone

    I have this large bone from the KemKem basin in my collection and was wondering if anyone can identify it? I know little about Cretaceous fossils. The fossil is quite one sided so the other side doesn’t show any structures. Thanks, Daniel
  22. Nirang

    Pile of Dead things

    ??? Awesomeness wanted to share and please suggestions !!! Wash your hands —N
  23. Eloise

    Fossil plant needs ID

    Fossil accidentally found in a brick that broke open. About 4cm × 6cm width and 15cm length. All 3 pieces slot together. Would like to know what it is, thanks!
  24. Caallison

    Large unknown chunk of mammal bone

    I found this chunk of bone while excavating the pile of overburden where i originally found the contact end of a large shoulder blade. This sight has also yielded a vertebrae that i will post in the comments. I am, as usual, stumped at trying to identify what kind of bone this used to be. My mom says it reminders her of the wings of a pelvic bone. unfortunately there are not a lot of great pictures of the pelvic bones of large mammals on the internet. What do you all think? [WinZip file deleted]
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