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  1. dbrake40

    Little Tea Pot Short and Stout

    Thoughts on this stout metacarpal? Southern Minnesota gravel/river find. I only ask because farmers have run their cattle on the river in this area since I was a young man. This looks like bison to me though based on the proximal end and how stout it is.
  2. Hello. This is my next mystery. It's been looked at in the precleaned state and dismissed as a cool rock. I beg, to differ and need your thoughts. My reasons for thinking this is a fossil/ fossil impression are as follows: 1) As I cleaned, the left edge (see ladt pick with knife), began to show evidence this is on top of the matrix, not part of it. Likely matrix of shale-chert so please, take that into consideration. Extremely odd charts in my area 2) Looking at the picture with my finger, examine that small white portion. That appears totally different from the rest.
  3. I found this in Casselman River in Rockwood Pennsylvania a few years back just laying in the middle of the river as I was walking through it trying not to slip on the rocks haha! Always thought it was an intriguing & unique find but still to this day I have no idea what it is. No one whom I've showed it to over the years could identify it either. Needless to say, we're not expirenced in fossils none the less! I just stumbled upon this site and thought to myself how great it would be to have it finally identified after all these years (found it in 2014) so I figured I'd post some photos a
  4. abeski02

    Rock or petrified toe???

    My dad found this rock in the Vermillion River in Illinois last weekend during a camping trip. While my dad insists it's a petrified toe or a toe that was possibly covered in mud then compressed (or something of the like???? I'm not quite sure...), I personally think it's just a rock. Can someone please help officially determine what exactly it is? Thank you! -Abby
  5. Hi all, First of all, I am not a big fossil hunter, so please forgive me if this is a rookie mistake! This summer I started going for walks along creeks and rivers in central Ohio to get out of the house during all of this COVID-19 craziness! I usually try to look at my feet just in case I’ll stumble on a cool fossil or an arrowhead! So far, I haven’t found much! Tonight though, I noticed something odd in between two large rocks, and when I pulled it out, it was a tooth! The bottom feels and looks exactly like rock, and the top looks like enamel. The tooth is about the
  6. Becky Benfer

    Plant Fossil ?

    It’s not very big but there’s a pattern of some sort here. Wondering if it could be a plant fossil or other? It’s near the middle of the rock where I see small horizontal lines running toward the top of the rock. Anything? Thank you for your help!
  7. Becky Benfer

    Plant fossil???

    I’ve found other fern/plant fossils in this area. Is this one as well? If so, what’s on it? I have others to show as well. Found in Ohio in a river, north central area. Thanks for all information!
  8. Becky Benfer

    No idea....

    Anything ?? What’s on the top of this rock? I had to ask just in case....
  9. Dereynes

    Pliocene river find

    When I picked up this bone and pieces my thought was bison. Reviewing it I’m not so sure, so will I defer to the experts! I was disappointed though to see this had been run over by an ATV on the sand bar... also sad to see really how polluted our water ways are...
  10. Chippewa

    Osteoderm, but from what?

    The boney armor plates that I have found have either been giant armadillo or Glyptodont or Alligator. This one I found years ago doesn't look like any of those, but maybe it is just from a different area of the animal? Thoughts? Thanks!
  11. Chippewa

    what type of foot bone here?

    guessing proximal or medial phalanx, but not sure what animal. Any hints appreciated.Thank you
  12. Chippewa

    Vertebra ID please

    There is a lot of Dugong fossils where this vertebra was found, but I don't think it is Dugong. Santa Fe River find. Some breakage and lots of erosion. I can send more photos - just ask if it helps. Thanks!
  13. Hello friends, I'm really curious about this one. Found in Santa Fe River - typically Pleistocene area. It seems to be some sort of vertebra process, but its odd that it is assymetrical. I hope the pictures are sufficient. I can send different aspects if desired. It may not appear so, but as far as I can tell the fossil is mostly intact and the assymetry is by design not due to breakage.
  14. Chippewa

    Mystery find

    I have found quite a few of these over the years, but have never ID'd them. Very distinctive features and always the exact same size it seems. Thanks in advance...
  15. Chippewa

    not your average horse tooth

    Never seen a horse tooth with the third root like this one has. Usually only two roots. Any explanation would be appreciated...
  16. JPinNh

    'N More Bones ?

    Found this river mucking. Thoughts?
  17. TBryshun

    Bone identification please

    Found all of these in that same small area of a river. The depth was about 3" of water and they were on the surface of the river bed with vegetation growing on most of them. One (by the 20" mark on the tape) I am sure is a toe bone. Any help would be appretiated. This is in the mid-Alberta area.
  18. sixgill pete

    Hemipristis serra

    This is by far the largest Hemipristis I have ever collected. At 1.81 inches wide, it is wider than the next longest one in my collection.
  19. Becky Benfer

    Could these be fossils?

    I think I see a definite shape here. Found on a river bank in Ohio. Thanks for ideas.
  20. Chippewa

    Puzzler

    Okay, any help with this is much appreciated. I'm inclined to write this one off as something insignificant or perhaps even a rock. However, the symmetry makes me think it is something more than that and drives me to consult the enthusiasts and experts here. If it weren't for a small broken section (most noticeable on the "front view" picture) and an area of attached matrix (most noticeable on the lower left of the "bottom view" picture), this item would be almost perfectly symmetrical. There are even two small depressions evenly spaced, one on each side, facing the viewer on the "front vi
  21. Chippewa

    Please confirm sloth tooth?

    I really tried to ID this tooth fragment myself, but not completely sure. Two pictures of the occlusal surface and one showing the broken end. I think this might be a sloth forward molar? The size is making me doubt though - it is smaller than most sloth teeth that I see as photo references. I've learned from TFF that the sloth teeth have numerous forms and have no enamel, so maybe I'm on the right track... Thanks for the help...
  22. Drizzt0000

    River find

    Found this on the Arkansas river in kansas its thin and does not float in water. Was thinking some find of fossil all antler piece? I know mammoth parts have been found in the river and also cretaceous fossils as well any help would me great
  23. Hey Ya'll, I've been to the Peace River again and found a few more things I can't identify. Sure would appreciate a bit of help here. #1
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