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  1. Rockin' Ric

    Went To An Alabama Creek

    Hey y'all! I got an opportunity to hunt marine fossils on an creek in South Alabama last week and it didn't disappoint! The first hour I found squat other than a rusty horseshoe. That is until I moved to a rocky and gravel/sand area with a strong current...I moved the big stones aside that littered the bottom and started to skim the top layer of gravel with the shovel as the current splashed against me. My intent was to find Cretaceous Period Shark, Fish teeth, Coprolites and other marine fossils. Scapanorynchus, Squalicora
  2. Buteo

    Paleo Bird beak fossil ?

    Info available, rare paleo bird beak unidentified. Ouled Abdoun Basin, Phosphate Beds,Upper Paleocene, Thanetian stage, (~56 Million Years). Any comments welcome, are there any bird experts also on forum ? Inside the cavity there are also a lot of structures which perhaps eliminates a claw core .
  3. lexandy8081

    Mastodon teeth

    I found these mastodon teeth today. I have a total of 3. There is bone still intact. Heres the pictures. Thanks
  4. lexandy8081

    Trex tooth

    I also found this fossil. Not sure what it is any kind of help would be appreciated
  5. After a long, hot summer without much fossil-hunting success, my best adventure buddy (my daughter) and I visited McFaddin Beach down by Port Arthur, Texas today following Tropical Storm Beta (9/23/2020) to see what the sea had washed up. There were surprising few really nice intact shells or shark teeth, and there is always the small hope of finding an early archaic Paleoinidan point, but Poseidon felt kindly toward us today and allowed us at least one cool find! Here is a pic (or two) of the treasures we found today.
  6. Dereynes

    Iowa River Find

    Was out last evening with my boys for an hour hunt before the sun went down. I have found many different fossils in the same area, mammoth, bison, deer, and paleo points. Today was a first for me, horse femur!
  7. austinswamp

    Mandible

    Hello I was hoping to get an ID on this jaw to help clarify the particular age of a layer that is eroding away currently in Dallas County, North Texas. Thank you
  8. ReptileTooth

    Your Favorite Paleoart

    Which are your favorite pieces of Paleoart? Something that captured your imagination when you were younger? Something that accompanies your fossil collection? My personal top three is all ''water themed'', in no particular order: From The book of Great Sea-Dragons , this art by John Martin even if totally inaccurate striked me for the grim and dark atmosphere and apocalytical view. Another inaccurate one but these brachiosaurus appeared in a booklet I had when I was a kid and alwas hit my imagination and now I can appreciate Burian's artistic skills.
  9. Hi to ali! I'm doing this again Some of you know about my drawings or have some of them,so u know what is the story about. If anyone is interested in some of my drawings let know,I'm doing ali kinds of prehistoric animals as well as modern ones! I Will add some photos here as examples of what I'm doing . Kind regards, Darko
  10. austinswamp

    Another sinkhole find

    I found this odd bone wedged in a crevice as I was descending down the depression. This was found in Travis county
  11. austinswamp

    Metatarsal bone found in cave

    I found this in a large shelter outside of Austin, Texas. The cave was scattered with Flint and various animal bones.
  12. Hello all! This is my first attempt at repairing a megalodon tooth. Below is a before and after. I will upload the photos of the process later, but I am in the wilds of Maine with very limited cell reception right now. If anyone has broken megs like this one and wants to give them away, then send me a PM. I would love some advice on how to get the paint and colorations down better.
  13. austinswamp

    large tooth found in creek

    While searching for arrowheads near Lakeway, TX I noticed this tooth in a creek that ran alongside an arroyo. Plenty of chert and mollusk fossils nearby. Thanks!
  14. Mgarretson17

    Native American Artifact? Bone?

    I found this in North Texas in a well-documented fossil/Indian artifact creek. I found this, and have been unable to confirm what it is. It is dense, and seems to be ground heavily in two spots in particular (on perfect for a thumb). It's approximately 3 inches long and 1-2 inches thick. Is this some kind of hand tool? Any ideas would be great.
  15. PetrifiedDoubleGulp

    Paleo Bone Carved Necklace Fragment?

    Hey guys, I found this small curious fragment. I thought it was interesting how it appears to have a thin hole bored thru it, and small tooling marks on both sides, in oddly geometric configurations. It's relatively light, not like a rock, and has small tiny dots on some parts as you can see from some of the photos.
  16. A Weekend Visit to A Road Cut Near Our Home Nan was busy this weekend so I drove to a road cut on Route 422 south of Pottstown, PA - about 5 miles from our house. I had been told by a friend at the Delaware Valley Paleo Society that there wouldn't be any fossils here - from the geological record, I think this is part of the Gettysburg-Newark Lowland Formation which is described online as late Triassic. The shale is red with some green and gray mixed in here and there. Telling me that there wouldn't be any fossils here was a challenge I couldn't resist. So I decided to see if I could fin
  17. JohnJ

    Treasures Of The Marl

    December 7, 2009 Damp cool bordering on cold, breezy overcast was the atmosphere Bob and I charged with anticipation. A day off and a few hours from Central Texas found us in a Lower Cretaceous quarry. Here, the Albian aged Washita Group formations could offer up some uncommon echinoids and other marine fauna. Bob thanked me for the invitation and the chance to find some different species for his collection. He had just shown me an intricate, Edwards Formation matrix piece that had a crisp, silicified Goniopygus echinoid tucked into a crevice. It reminded me of a few discoveries I had ma
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