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I’ve been watching some YouTubers who find fossils in Florida and they’ve brought up the point of getting a fossil permit. I live in Missouri and I tried looking up if I needed one but haven’t seen anything saying I need it or where to even get one if needed. I also looked up the legality of selling fossils here but I get mixed answers. Is it legal if from public land? Thanks for any help!
As most of y'all know, I enjoy photographing my fossils almost as much as I like finding them! So here are my Best Finds of 2021! No measurements because of "artistic preference" but they are arranged from smallest to largest in each category. I'd love to see your Favorite Finds of 2021 too! Texas Cretaceous: Cretaceous Cont, and Pennsylvanian And Texas Permian, Pleistocene, Eocene and Not Texas
Hey everyone! I teach a paleontology class and I'd like to lead a fossil collecting class trip to Ramanessin Brook in New Jersey. Since I'm bringing a group that's more than 15 students would I need to obtain a permit? I know this is the case for Big Brook. Thanks for your help!
With the designation of two new national monuments, several fossil and mineral localities have been barred from collection. In light of this, is there a way for amateur collectors to gain access to fossil hunting in these places? What does having a permit entail and require?