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  1. antonis

    Is it real fossil or just a rock

    I have found this and i would like to know if it's a real fossil or just a rock.
  2. aek

    Missouri ordovician

    Yesterday I went to get my covid vaccine 4 hours from home near some fossil localities in Missouri that I have long wanted to explore. Unfortunately, pouring rain all day thwarted my plans, but I picked up a few things of interest. Anyway, I'm curious what this is. It almost looks like Styrofoam at first glance. Are these ooids or something else?
  3. Not sure where this came from exactly to begin with but I got it from a friend whose next door neighbor had passed away who used to be a geology teacher at a local school I guess his wife wanted the dirt and the rock pile gone so my friend needed the dirt and let me grab a bunch of the rocks. I no longer have this rock so have to go by memory, I gave it to my dentist because it resembled teeth and a small jaw bone when the top came off. The interesting thing is there was a hair imbedded in the rock where it fractured. It was not fractured when I got it and it was definitely part of the ro
  4. i usally find these in white on a gravel bar in louisiana , this was the first one i found in red and the biggest one i have , is it rare to find in diffrent colors ?
  5. LSUWIL

    any help id

    found in louisiana nort of new orleans , most of the stuff on our gravel bars comes from arkansas , it about 1 1/4 inch x 3/4 x 1/2 inch
  6. Daniel Fischer

    I think I found a fossilized bone

    Hello, yesterday I was on a trip and found a rock that I think is a fossilized bone. I know this rock doesn't look like much but please don't judge it too fast because if you look closely it kind of has the shape of a bone, I don't know if I managed to capture the shape of it in the pictures and to me it reminds the shape of a Homo sapiens shoulder. please tell me your thoughts and ideas
  7. Is this a skull of a baby raptor or is it just a rock? I just want to be sure before i take next step.
  8. found on gravelbar north of new orleans , any idea
  9. Hey all! So I found what appeared to be a large geode, but upon further investigation turned out to have 5 or 6 fossils imprints! They seem to be seashells, scallop-like so possibly bivalves or brachiopods. I'll attach the pre-cleaning pictures below, then some more later after I rinse it and dry it off. My big question is: since this thing definitely has fossils (I can see at least two are half buried in the stone matrix) and is very likely a geode (it's heavy, has dimples, and I can see shiny facets in a few of the dimples), what should be next step be? I wanted to crack it open al
  10. found on a gravelbar north of new orleans ,
  11. Itusuallyworks

    Fossil or just a weird rock?

    So I found this today not sure if its a fossil or just a weird rock, I can get more pics if needed but I am at a loss ... Thank you in advance
  12. Hi everyone, this is Matt again. Does anyone know what these things in this rock I found are called ? Here are some photos:
  13. ttrose94

    Snake head? or rock?

    My sister found this and it is shape of snake, but the dots?? Just not sure what it actually might be. It was found in Poplar Bluff Mo. They were digging in the back yard.
  14. Hi everyone this is Matt again I have a rock I found with a lot fossils in it but I have no clue what they are ? I found it in the creek next to 28th creek rd. in kennedy N.Y. can anyone tell me what the fossils are ? here is a photo
  15. Vnaz50

    Rock id help

    San Antonio, Tx This rock doesn’t look like any of the chert or limestone I’ve found so far. Not sure what it is. It looks to be covered in iron. My hands don’t smell like a penny.
  16. Jersey Fossil Hunter

    Big Brook NJ Possible Fossil ID

    Hi, So I recently went fossil hunting in Big Brook New jersey and I found these 2 objects. I'm not sure what they are. They could be rocks but they didn't look like it to me. I would love to know if these are just rocks or something more. thank you
  17. Kerry5555

    Fossil or not?

    Hello, This was found today in the highlands of Scotland I wondered if anyone could give any advice on what it is? I’m very new to this so any advice is appreciated! thank you in advance. Kerry :)
  18. Drivertyler

    Missouri River find

    This was found along a gravel bar in the Missouri River in west central Iowa. Any help would be appreciated!
  19. Jules Poirier

    Unusual shape of ?

    This rock stood out because of its unique shape and consistent thickness. Thoughts?
  20. Jules Poirier

    Rock Cluster - Fossil

    This rock appears to be several different rocks that have melded.
  21. Jules Poirier

    Is this a Fossil?

  22. What causes certain pieces of chert to have a plastic look and texture after an acid test
  23. Vnaz50

    Chert coloring

    On this piece of chert it appears to have either an iron or copper coloring at the top but a green undertone at the bottom. On the second picture I’m assuming that was caused by erosion. What would create the green undertone coloring?
  24. I went to the aquatics shop this morning to buy some fish food. They were selling these rocks as decor. Person helping me had no idea re provenance. I think they are geologic in origin. But with the banding was thinking there is an outside chance they could be Stromatolites About hand size.
  25. Vnaz50

    Sediment with Rock on top

    Below is a piece of sediment that I pulled from my yard here in San Antonio, Tx. I’m just not 100% sure on what type of rock this is sitting on top of the sediment.
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