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  1. I found this five foot under water in Mt Fork River in Oklahoma... approx mile from where the dinosaur skeleton on display in red river museum was found. It's extremely heavy much heavier than petrified wood and when I carried it to museum she said it glowed pink, blue, and green florescence and that it needed to be checked out. She also said it has silver pyrite bursts in some of the round indentations and she hadn't seen anything like it. It's not magnetic at all and has some type of vein thru the center of it's entire length. It has a very unique pattern and I can't find anything exactly li
  2. Hippiehabitat

    Don't have a clue..

    Found in Little Missouri River, AR...don't have a clue what it is
  3. Hippiehabitat

    Indian artifact or fossilized bone

    Looks like bone ...I don't have a clue found My Fork River in OK.
  4. Hippiehabitat

    I have no clue what this is!

    Found in the cliff wall of lower Mt Fork River Oklahoma. It's approx 10" x 1 1/2" in size
  5. kodpkd

    Fossil or concretion?

    Found along an old washout in NE Colorado. It's about 3 inches.
  6. Coveredindirt


    Hi. Can anyone help me identify these please? Thankyou.
  7. Hello, I'll admit I have zero experience with fossils. One day while waking or property I found this fossil. I am interested to discover what it is and how old it may be. It was found about a mile east of the Trinity River near Palestine, TX. I was surprised that it was on top of the soil, but the area is prone to erosion. It's about 2 inches in length and has some obvious texture to it. Hopefully my pictures are clear enough for identification and/or dating.
  8. Hansons

    What kind is this

    Hello my daughter is into rocks and she stumbled across this. What is this? It's pretty interesting. I've looked all over and can't seem to find anything.
  9. kodpkd

    Petrified wood or rock?

    Found in NE colorado near an eroded stream bed. About 3 inches long.
  10. Scott .C

    Plz help with id

    Any help identifying ?? Thank you
  11. Hi , I was wondering is this rock a fossil i found it at this location in Sentosa I found it at Sentosa
  12. kodpkd

    Is this a concretion

    Found in NE Colorado today. Not sure what it is. It is actually a light brown color.
  13. Francisco Ruiz

    Head fossil or just a rock?

  14. Hi everyone this is Matt again. Take a look at this crinoid stem fossil I found in the creek today. Here is a photo :
  15. Hi everyone this is Matt again. Take a look at this cool coral fossil I found in this rock today. I also polished the rock so it was easier to see the fossils. Here is a photo:
  16. Good evening, First of all, I apologise that there’s no ruler in this particular photo. My phone battery died as I was taking the photos and then it got dark, so I couldn’t get a good photo. I can update tomorrow if there’s anything here. I went to the Herkimer mine in NY this week and I found this rock. It interested me because of the lines and I didn’t see anything else like it in the 5 hours (!!) we were mining. Do you have any idea what the lines are, please? Thank you. L.
  17. FossilBoi

    What rock is this

    Got these from a friend and wondering what type of rock this is. look pretty cool.
  18. jameswhitt

    Tortoise shell?

    I found this while backpacking in Arkansas. I thought it may be a tortoise shell?
  19. Hi everyone this is Matt again. Again in the creek, I found another small rock with 2 neat brachiopods in it. Here is a photo of the fossil:
  20. Marcuss

    Id Please?

    Hi, what is this? Thanks
  21. I found this in a creek in middle Tennessee. Is this part of a bone or is it chert? Or maybe it's something else completely. i see a circle on the inside of the tubular shape. there is also a less worn area that makes me think it is fossilized bone. I'm posting pictures with and without a louper. We have ordovician fossils as well as some ice age mammals. One dinosaur was found here, the hadrosaur. Birds, crocodiles, trees, i don't know about whales.
  22. Hi everyone this is Matt again. Take a look at this oval shaped crinoid fossil that I found and polished ! Here are 2 photos :
  23. Ima Surchin

    Rock? Or Bone?

    Location: Sweetwater, TX
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