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  1. patrickhudson

    Weird and tiny dino bone

    Milk river Judith river formation dinosaur bone. It’s about 1cm, has what seems to be a tiny foramen. At first thought it was some type of broken part of a vertebrae - but I really have no clue. Any help would be awesome. Thanks
  2. patrickhudson

    I know it’s Dino - that’s all

    Judith river Dino bone - I’ve got lots of guesses. The bone looks croc ish, the end looks hadrosaur ish, but I’m totally stumped. It’s like an elongated ceratopsian toe claw that got twisted on the bottom Its most definitely not an egg though. Could be a chunkosaur
  3. patrickhudson

    Dino Bones

    I didn’t even attempt to mess with the bones, but am curious what it is. Montana judith river formation. I 100% know it’s not a shark
  4. patrickhudson

    One more milk river Montana find

    Another milk river Montana Judith river formation bone. Found with the rest of the bone, but it was all chunked and eroded out. This is the size of a large hand. Thought it looks like the end of a long bone - maybe hadrosaur because they seem to be the bigger Dino’s in that area - but it didn’t seem to fit in my search. thoughts?
  5. patrickhudson

    Montana unknown

    Milk river find in Montana. Is the little one a piece of a jaw bone (an inch long)? No clue on the larger - thought they maybe the end of a long bone but there’s really not much of a broken base to it.
  6. patrickhudson

    Milk river Montana Dino bone

    I know there isn’t much to this bone - kind of like trying to identify a car once it got blown up then dumped in acid then left to rust, then crumbled. It’s the milk river of northern Montana in the Judith formation. After rinsing it off a bit, I just thought it was unique because of the two separate concave surfaces on the same bone - opposite sides. I picked it up because I liked the color of the preserved bony area, but the concavities must be somewhat unique?? The surfaces don’t show up super well in the images, but both smooth surfaces are definitely concave. Ide
  7. A couple of the bigger Tyrannosaurus teeth I found this summer in Montana Judith River formation. I found this 3" tyrannosaurus tooth in about 400 pieces and was able to piece about 80% of it together over about 3 weeks and 30 hours, the other one is almost as big but was only in about 30 pieces and is still a nice brown color. I am no professional and did not want to pay thousands to have someone do it for me. I would like to get it filled in and solid, is there some putty or epoxy used to fill it in and hold it all together? Also had some other smaller Hadrosaur teeth I believe and maybe a c
  8. patrickhudson

    Montana milk river finds

    A few milk river finds. North central Montana in the Judith river formation. the large first bone I figured was hadrosaur, but the more I look at the inside it seems to be a lot of sediment - so I’m not really sure how hollow it is. Thoughts? the second bone is super smooth bone and has a very defined hollow inside. Meat eater? the third I don’t expect much info about - it seemed to be some type of cranial bone - but I’ve got no clue. thanks for any help
  9. patrickhudson

    Montana Dino Tooth

    Milk river Judith river formation in Montana. It’s a lot bigger than our other trex teeth from the area, so just seeing what you guys think. It’s around 3” but I haven’t measured yet.
  10. patrickhudson

    Milk river weird Dino vert?

    Milk river Judith river formation find - north central Montana. Looks like just over half of a large vert with large processes to me - but really no clue. Any thoughts?
  11. patrickhudson

    Milk river tooth/claw?

    A milk river, northern Montana Judith river formation find. Size of a dime - and these are about the best pictures I can get. Thought it was a raptor tooth at first, but the side looks claw ish. Or maybe just broken? Thoughts?
  12. patrickhudson

    Judith river Montana bone?

    Found near the milk river in the Judith river formation of north central Montana. it’s just weird. Doesn’t look like bone, but it doesn’t look like petrified wood either. Had a paleontologist friend look at it and he was a bit stumped. thoughts?
  13. patrickhudson

    Judith River formation vert

    Found yesterday near the milk river, Judith river formation. The biggest vert we’ve found for sure. Several other fairly large verts nearby that seemed to be hadrosaur, but not sure - and still 1/2 the size. Lots and lots of meat eater bones as well. -sorry the photos are rotated
  14. patrickhudson

    Judith river vert

    A couple of verts from the milk river Judith formation. Different shapes - assuming different dinosaurs. I know they’re a bit broken up, but just curious if anyone can tell what they’re from based odd the pics alone. first four pics from one vert, last three from the other thanks!!
  15. patrickhudson


    Failed the lick test but it sure looks Symetrical and even has a canine looking wear facet. Just want to confirm it’s a rock before I chuck it into the backyard
  16. patrickhudson


    Since I got such a quick response on my dinosaur tooth that was actually a rock I figured I’d check out some other stuff I found last week. Two separate bones pictured. Montana milk river area. From my basic anatomy knowledge it sure seems to be a scapula and then Some type of appendage bone? any thoughts? And I’m pretty sure these ones aren’t rocks if they are - I’m retiring from fossil hunting
  17. patrickhudson

    Milk river finds

    First time hunting Dino bones and we found a bunch of stuff along the milk river in Montana. I have no clue what any of it is, but I know it’s all awesome A little about us: one of my daughters is 10 and is the only one I’ve been able to convince to love arrowheads, shark teeth, and dinosaur bones. We love being outside. I just chose a couple since I’m new here and want to see what I can find out. Thanks in advance. (we also found a huge 4 foot piece of beautiful petrified orange wood, lots of larger bones, toe bones, agatized bones, and what look like scapula, and heads o
  18. CEP

    Dinosaur Scales

    I found these scale looking fossils yesterday out looking on the Milk River. Does anyone know what the might be? I also posted one of my larger dinosaur bones that seems to have some opal veins maybe? not sure. Anyone have an idea about these? The scale looking one on the left has marrow and is a thin bone, the one on the right just looks like it was flaked off something. Appreciate the help.
  19. I found this bone when I was vacationing at the milk river, AB. I found it on a cliff ledge, under about 9 feet of sand. It feels petrified compared to other fossils I have, and it looks like the toe bone of a theropod.
  20. scarypickle

    Possible dire wolf skull.

    I found this wolf skull near the milk river in North Eastern Montana, please help me identify it.
  21. billyatom

    Tyrannosaurus Metacarpal

    I've a large metacarpal that i'm sure if from a Tyrannosaurus, however, i'm not certain of the species. i found it in the Judith formation in the Montana Milk River Badlands just a mile or so south of Alberta. it measures 6 3/4" long, 3" tall and 3 1/4" across, but i don't think that information is important in the ID. Any help in ID even of where in the foot it's from would be appreciated.
  22. JustPlainPetrified

    S. Alberta Badlands fossil hunt

    Last week I was able to meet up with some serious ammonite hunters. I started with a rancher east of Milk River and we went about 100 kms east of there into the badlands and looked for dinosaur fossils. Lots of pieces but nothing of any import, but it was a good outing. I then met with friends at Bow City and we entered some coulees up from the Bow River (on private land, with permission) and we found some fabulous ammonites. One that I am pictured in still rests there today as it was much too big for us to get and and believe me, we would have if it were possible. We made three trips that day
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