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  1. Mandarin

    Baltic Sea Teeth

    Hello all, I just found these two things on a beach of the Baltic Sea in Latvia. The bigger one could fool me because the black part is very much like wood, however the bottom part (the gum?) has an interesting texture. Also, I don’t know how to describe it but the bottom part feels almost sort of fresh, like it’s not very old…. While it’s hard and solid it still looks wet unlike other fossils I have held. Sounds silly but maybe it helps identifying it. Although the smaller one is very similar, I almost have no doubt that it’s a tooth or claw. From what I could find on the internet, m
  2. A few days ago while snorkelling on shallow waters in a greek island I found this canine tooth and I was wondering if it is a fossil or from a modern animal. Can anyone recognise it? Thank you!!!
  3. Good morning! I share with you two findings that, as a rookie, I have collected with great enthusiasm on the beach in Alicante, a mediterranean city in Spain. The first, I think they are two small fossils collected in a small stone. The second, if I'm honest, I think it could be a bone. He was on the shore of the sea, among the stones. To the touch and to the sight, it did not seem like a conventional bone to me, but when I looked closely, I seemed to appreciate that it has an articulation socket area at both ends. I found it curious to say the least and I share it with y
  4. What is this?? It was found in Leavenworth KS while digging a ditch. It is in rock form and I've never seen anything like this! Measurements are approximately 6.5" x 3" x 3". Any help identifying this would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Hello. I found these on a Croatian island - they don't strike me as one of their regular Jurassic finds, as it appears to be more inside a fault of petrified red soil amidst the abundant limestone. They look kinda "new". Can anyone tell me what they are? I found them on two locations. Not a geologist, so no idea. Whale and other large marine life bones? Polished by the sea? After some seizmic event?
  6. Hello, I found this on a beach along Croatian coast and was unlike any of the surrounding rocks/geology. It's symmetrical and submarine-shaped. I'm wondering if it's a fossil v. a natural formation. Any information is greatly appreciated!
  7. Pleuromya

    Cambeak cliffs

  8. Pleuromya

    Tremoutha Haven

  9. Pleuromya

    Pen Cliff

  10. Pleuromya

    Pen Cliff

  11. Pleuromya

    Cliffs near Trevalga

    From the album: Coastline of the Crackingon Formation.

    Also not part of the Crackington formation, but is nearby
  12. Pleuromya

    Seal's Cave

  13. LJWJR

    Found this at work

  14. Thames Adventurer

    Flint sea sponge cap remains?

    I collected these off the Thames foreshore. I have been lead to believe that these are the remains of sea sponge (that they once held them, or were them??) but I don't really understand. Can someone here help confirm and explain this please? Thank you
  15. Hello everyone, I would like to know what this Fossil might be. I thought it looked a bit similar to a whale hearing bone, but not as much that I could be certain. The Fossil was found in the north of Germany, near the Baltic sea. Please let me know if you have any ideas. Thank you very much in advance. Greetings Lukas
  16. Alright family, majority of my life as a child I used to be apart of a ranch as a worker than a guide with my brother and father. The name of the Ranch before Mr. Taylor died was the the Double TT Ranch located 5 mile down the road for the YO ranch in mountain home TX, Mr. Taylor was our boss and owner of the ranch and gave us permission to take rocks and shedded antler, one of the benefits of working on the ranch forever. during our time here before the ranch was sold we used to find tons of these Crystallized Rocks at different parts of the ranch I have buckets and buckets of them. now that
  17. What a sweet surprise! We found fossils then a bunker exploring our neighborhood, we’ve never been down the street before, but there was plenty of beach rocks used to maintain the service street to the windmills! Enjoy!
  18. Amandaisaprinsiss

    March 6, 2022 sea urchins

    It’s beautiful weather to add to my sea urchin collection. And play with rocks.
  19. Amandaisaprinsiss

    Sea urchins

    A PRETY white one, land a PRETY sparkling ✨ one with exposed druzy crystals
  20. Fossil skull of an extinct Sea Monster. What can you say about this piece? Is there any restoration in this piece? Where? -Zarafasaura Oceanis -Morocco -20×40×60 cm
  21. Caroboneferous

    Little fossil found

    My sister found this little fossil, she found it in a lot of loose fossils, trying to see what it is. Any ideas? I’m thinking coral?
  22. Here is a weird fossil that was found amongst corals from late jurassic 150Ma. Is it a mollusc shell, a tooth, a bone? Its my first potentially kool fossil ever!!! I am hoping its a fierce sea creature!
  23. Fossfounder

    Found a fossil in the sea

    Hello everyone, I found this yesterday and can’t identify what it is , does anyone have more information about this . I found it in the sea of albania .
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