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Found 410 results

  1. What are these?

    Found some more interesting pieces. Going to post a few on this single forum post. Here's the first 2
  2. Hello again, I found this unusual shaped piece on a beach on West Coast, Florida. It's hard to tell whether it's a suggestive rock or mineralized bone. It reminded me of a claw or hoof core. I attached 5 photo views. What do you think?
  3. I thought these were cool

    I googled earth and took these pics of the rock formations in Antarctica. I thought they were very interesting, great formations, but didn't see any fossils.
  4. Parking lot

    Found another fossil? At my work place parking lot, glanced down and saw it. Looks like some kind of coral maybe? It's about 2 inches by 1 inch.
  5. Fossil maybe?

    Found this in my work parking lot. Thought it looked neat, didnt know if it was a fossil or not.
  6. fossil or not?

  7. Any ideas?

    I was out metal detecting and found this little rock. I'm sure its probably not a fossil, but what a perfect circle! Anyone happen to know what caused this? Its the size of a penny.
  8. Are they fossil eggs?

    Hi. I found these two rocks, but I don't know what are they. Thank you
  9. small shells

    I have some small rock samples similar to this. What is the best way to extract some of the shells? Is vinegar safe ? I believe the matrix is coquina.
  10. All the snow is melting and river levels were extremely high yesterday. I searched a bank and found these today. The red is Crinoid impression on chert. But I cant Identify the other pieces. I was told ice ice stuff can roll out of the river after floods. Also a lake superior agate for your enjoyment.
  11. Rock or Fossil

    I found this guy in a dry creek bed in Putnam County Indiana. 2 of the sides are kinda flat but have the cracks on them.
  12. Is this a tooth or rock thoughts?

    Hi can’t figure out if this is a rock or something else? Found on the beach in Myrtle Beach S.C. I’m leaning towards rock but would love your input.
  13. Hello everyone, I've started organizing my small rock and fossil collection and setting up a display on my desk. I thought I'd put up some pictures of my collection. Thanks for taking a look! If anyone would like to see close up pictures of anything please let me know!
  14. Any suggestions

  15. Real or fake?

    Moroccan starfish fossil purchased near Erfoud. Is it real? Are the small ones a different type of starfish? I am also looking for ideas on how to hang it?
  16. Rock or fossil

    Hey guys! Total newb here, I was hunting for some Pennsylvanian brachs when I found these strange looking circular halves.(they don’t go together) Could they be fossils or are they just plain old rocks? My vote is just plain rocks.
  17. Fortress of Solitude

    Found this in a parking lot gravel bed. Thoughts?
  18. Emmitsburg Rock or Fossils

    Found these in local creek whose source is the local Emmitsburg MD. One was encased in sandstone.The other in some other more grainy stone. If you look close, the grayish one has tiny bumps uniformly along the side. I may have scraped some too much. Any ideas on if these are fossils?
  19. What is it?

    What is it? Is it just a rock or something fossilized like a bone? Found in the country in cuenca Ecuador today. Need to know
  20. I found this arrow head hunting near a cave in NW Arkansas. Sorry about the blur but its on the ruler just for size.
  21. Is this Stromatolite

    I am not sure what it is. Maybe Stromatolite? Dense piece. The coloration looks like it with the red.
  22. Tube in rock ID?

    Snow is just melting but in the mean time I've split open one of the larger rocks I took home and discovered a new little guy. Probably a twig. If not it could be a tube worm. You can see brachiopods around on this rock, I do know it was a shallow Eocene ocean 50 million years ago. So let me know what you all think. Maybe its just a stick or maybe something more interesting Thanks for you time - John
  23. Hi all I came across this for sale on the favourite auction site. It is listed as a claw from the UK but to me it looks like a standard rock in a slight shape resemblance. Im not planning on buying but keen to know others opinions and it hopefully will stop someone making a costly error
  24. Found In Benton co Arkansas. Looking for arrow heads in a creek. Just looked interesting. The pick with the tape is dry the other wet
  25. Strange Rock

    I was wondering what this was? I believe it may be a concretion but I am unsure, and may be misidentifying it.
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