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  1. Kasia

    A trip to Oman

    Dear TFF, This year I have visited Oman, which is a nice and super hot country, with spectacular mountains and wadis. The first place that will be of interest to this forum was the Bimmah Sink Hole, which is said to have the underground connection via caves with the nearby sea. There are hundreds of wadis all over the country – and in the part of the country we visited, they are basically the only places with some greenery, as otherwise the country looks like this: or like this:
  2. val horn

    What am I looking at?

    A friend brought me a gift from their travels. All I know is that it is from Al-khoud, in Oman. I dont know anything else and google didnt offer much. It looks to me to be a collection of 2 sizes of bivalves, and some larger shell pieces. Any and all help will be appreciated
  3. mr fossil

    Stromatolite?

    Hello i found this pebble in a Jurrasic area in Oman . The waves on the beach smoothened it. I found numerous coral and bivalve and Gastropod fossils. im thinking this may be a stromatolite? could it be? thank you very much for your time!
  4. mr fossil

    Jurrasic fossils belemnite?

    Hello i found this fossil on a remote rocky beach near salalah Oman it is near a cliff I found it as it was being washed by the waves. It is a jurrasic fossil does anyone know? thank you for your time
  5. mr fossil

    Belemnite?

    I found this on a cliff in salalah Oman it was a jurrasic area and I found fossils coral and shells along with it but I don’t know what this is Any idea? thank you for your time
  6. 3battalion

    A find from Jebel Harim in Oman

    I thought I'd post these pictures in the hope someone maybe able to shed some light on this rock or fossil. This piece was found while hiking over Jebel Harim in Oman. Jebel Harim is well known for it's fossils but I was on a hike and not specifically rock kicking! To give everyone an idea of the spectacular terrain and crazy geology, I've added two photos from the hike. The piece I'd like assistance with please is the semi circular shaped rock above the ruler. I found this on top of the mountain near the walking train and it was the unusual shape that caught my eye so I popped it into my pock
  7. I collected these beautiful ball-style fossils a few years ago from around the Hajar mountain area in Oman. I still don’t know what exactly they are. They were just lying in amongst the desert sand within the mountain (known for marine fossils from the Eocene to Miocene age) I’m guessing maybe they’re a type of solitary sponge or coral? I would be so grateful if someone could please help with the identification. I’ve taken as many photographs as possible, including some cross sections from broken fossils. The last 2 photographs show an additional species of fossil ball which I cannot identify
  8. MrBones

    Squid and gastopods

    We recently went to Khassab, Oman We went on a tour into the mountains to see some fossils. I would like to know what some of them are. They look like some types of squid with some bivalves.
  9. Hello everyone, it's my first post here. Recently around the Gulf at Muscat, Oman, I found this tube-like structure bind strongly to a rock after some digging with my hands under the water on a remote small beach (no signs of previous visits there.) There's no sand on that shore, instead a coarse-sand-like nature of very small shell and rock fragments. The start of this tubular structure is very narrow, and its radius increases as it appears to curl in a life-like form of some organism. Unfortunately the top appears missing when I found it.
  10. Spobber

    Found in Oman

    Found this on a hike in Wadi Qurai in Oman (N 23° 10.141 E 057° 50.256 ) Can anyone help me identify it? Thank you.
  11. Solo

    Hand-Like Fossil

    Does anyone know what this is? The picture is taken in Northern Oman mountains (UAE). A whole layer >50 cm thick is loaded with this organisms, with sizes of individuals from a few cm to >15 cm. The outcroping formation is Simsima, the age of the formation is Upper Cretaceous. The coin is ~1.7 cm in diameter.
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