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  1. Found in the same layer as poo a lot of them
  2. janette

    What might this be?

    Does anyone know what this might be? Fossil, bone or a rock? Found near a creek.. NE Ohio. Thank you!
  3. dino joe

    What is it #3

  4. dino joe

    What is it # 2

  5. dino joe

    What is it #1

  6. dino joe

    What is it #1

  7. dino joe

    Egg

  8. dino joe

    What is it

  9. My daughter is very interested in fossils and has several my dad sent to her. She would like help identifying this particular large rock that appears to have lots of fossils in it.
  10. I found this on the shore of lake Ontario in youngstown new york. I was wanting to know what these white marks are. One looks like a tooth and a couple others look like spoons. On another rock is a small heart. Thank you in advanced for your insight
  11. JustinTime

    Fossil

    Uncovered this artifact while clearing stumps from one of the hillside in my back yard. The site is close to Long Island Sound but is +/- 150' above sea level. The artifact seems to resemble the head of a serpent or an aquatic animal. The photos illustrate what might be an eye socket, the crown of a head, a small fang and a nostril. Would appreciate any and all comments that might help identify the item.
  12. ElizabethHarris

    Looks Like A Petrified Clam

    Is this a measly clam or is it a mother nature made stone? The more questions I asked, the more knowledge I'll gain
  13. Brandy Cole

    Ringing Rock or Petrified Wood?

    Yesterday, I was looking at this thread . And it reminded me of a piece a picked up back when I first started hunting. In many ways it resembled chert or possibly petrified wood, but the most notable difference was the sound. It makes a ringing sound when struck by metal. It even makes a distinctive high pitched 'tink' when I just tap it with a fingernail. Yesterday I told @FranzBernhard that I thought it was lighter weight than petrified wood. Now that I've managed to dig out the piece, I realize that the weight isn't necessarily different than petrified wood, but the
  14. Fossil finder 100

    What is this rock?

    I got this from the last chance mine in creed Colorado but it might have been brought from somewhere else. It has a bunch of little swirls on it and was wondering if anyone could tell me what it is. Thanks ahead of time!
  15. marcltetreault

    What might this be?

    Hello, any ideas what this may be? I know the odds from what I have researched but there are way too many variables for a Newbie. It was collected at Colts Neck, NJ from a riverbed. I have read the site produces late cretaceous fossils. upon close inspection it does seem to have pores and texture on the outer layer but does not match any of ID pictures I could find as far as pattern goes.
  16. Lil Sebastian

    Fossil found on beach

    Any ideas what this could be? Found on Folly beach near Charleston, SC. Thanks!!
  17. Hey y'all I'm sorta kinda Curious what this maybe .. help this mama out please. My husband recently brought this very unique find in to me. Its from one of his many East Tenn creekin' adventures . We both have never seen a formation, limestone rock, or a fossil quiet like this: it's way heavier than drift wood or most carcass bone.. What makes it different than most rocks I've got is the difference skaly ridges which reminds me of a curled up lizard tail on one end...I have attached a couple of pics may have to zoom in the following pics. Thanks in advance for any ideas or possible ID
  18. I picked this up during my hunt at Florida's Peace River. My first thought was a eroded rock. It's mostly hollowed with maybe 1mm thick outer wall. Its hard and has a smooth porous texture in the outside. I noticed the light shines through the outer wall. I tried to take pictures with the light coming through it. I have consulted some Peace river identification sites and have found nothing similar. I'm stumped. Any ideas? If it turns out to be a rock, that just means its a really cool rock! Thank you!
  19. I found this rock in a stream in southern iowa and thought it looked interesting but not sure what it is . If anyone could help I would greatly appreciate it . Thank you
  20. I found this specimen while doing some yard work in Gilmer, Texas Upshur County. Thank you for your help.
  21. rsf444

    What did I find?

    Found this object in the sand at Galveston today. Is it an infant shark tooth? Is it just an ironic rock? If it is a tooth, what possible shark is it? Pls help. Thank you! object measures about 1 inch.
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