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  1. Found at a river mouth in South Island, New Zealand.
  2. Dear brain trust . Recently found coastal So Georgia. Initially thought ice age turtle shell but missing the typical suture marks. It has a slight curve to the surface and has a smal convex protrusion on inner surface . Approximately 3/4 inch thick .
  3. kirkjeremiah23

    Hyracodon Skull

    Good evening I have a Hyracodon skull. Nearly complete, but does have some putty work done to the upper. Excellent teeth. I have two of these and wouldnt mind losing one. I just wanted to see what any of you had to trade of equal value. Not really looking for anything in particualar. Show me what you are willing to trade!
  4. Mastterr.p

    Snake head? Or rock? Or what?

    Found it in a rock bed while pulling weeds today and have no skill of ID’ing this, it would be epic if y’all would help me out to figure out what it is,
  5. FF7_Yuffie

    Ape Skull -- Java, Surakarta

    Hello, does anyone know apes? I am itnerested in this ape skull from Surakarta (also known as Solo City), Java, Indonesia. Is it Orang Utang? 29 cm long. 17 cm wide 3 kg in weight. Thanks
  6. rockhound420

    Is this chert or fossil?

    I'm having a hard time accepting that this may just be chert, can someone help?
  7. Hi, I would like to buy this skull of mosasaurus, but I am not sure that it is a real fossil… could you help me please? thank you very much
  8. Mochaccino

    Cro-Magnon skull?

    Hello, I came across this listed as a piece of Cro-Magnon skull, specifically the right parietal bone. Age seems to be Pleistocene, and it's said to be from a gravel pit in Poland. I was wondering if it looks correct and legitimate? It certainly looks like a skull bone of some sort. I did find this post that discussed another supposed Cro-Magnon bone (seems like it turned out not to be one), and there may be some legal/ethical concerns here as well. Perhaps I need to consult an anthropologist? Thanks.
  9. Per Christian

    Ankylosaurus skull piece and scute?

    I ended up buying this piece, and probably should have posted it here before i did that.. but here are two fossils listed as Ankylosaurus skull piece and scute. Can anyone here give their opinion on it? I don't have county, but it's from the hell creek formation, south Dakota. The largest piece is 10 cm long. @Troodon
  10. amberrose17

    Bison skull need help identifying

    This was found in north Dakota This site has just been exposed there's been a 2 year drought and a lot of high winds , we also found Folsom points ,ultra thin halfted knifes , all made with knife river flint ,a lot of large preforms with Paleo flaking, points were sent to Jackson galleries and were authenticated as Folsom, This skull looks like it's from a very young bison , the way the horns seem to be bending is different from a bison antiquus , They look to be bending downward, Tip to tip it's 24 inches,
  11. LordTrilobite

    Show Us Your Dinosaur Jaws!

    Show us your dinosaur jaws! I recently got my first piece. A partial dentary of a juvenile Edmontosaurus from the Hell Creek. After scanning it with photogrammetry I also mirrored the jaw to create the right side of the jaw as well. Quite happy with how the scan turned out too.
  12. Hello all. I picked up a mystery specimen. It's from the Kem Kem (Tegana Formation), ostensibly. It weighs 1.5 pounds. The skull has hollow cavitiies (air sacs?) inside, but I can't tell if they're air sacs; for arteries, or for nerves. They're definitely not mere 'holes'. I spent hours cleaning out pebbles and tiny/flat river-worn rocks and red matrix that filled almost every one of the holes that you see, so almost all of the holes were open pathways when the creature was alive. It was sold as Carcharadontosaur, but with an emphasis that it's not known what bone it is. The bone is so
  13. J.D.

    Cetacean vert?

    Found this in the water near the fossil beach of Westmoreland State Park in Va. Seems like a whale / dolphin bone, but what part? Is it a vert piece? As always, thanks for the help.
  14. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/fiona-beach-finds-artifacts-cars-discovery-1.6600807 https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1921387/tempete-fiona-objets-insolites-prince-edouard A walrus skull between 3,000 and 12,000 years old.
  15. tperry

    Bison or Beef skull?

    A friend found this partial skull, I couldn't decide between bison or just beef, wanted to get some opinions. Found on the North Platte in Wyoming.
  16. I finally completed the reorder of my collection of fossils and minerals. It is a wooden hexagonal display cabinet of several wood/glass shelf; in the pictures attached I only show some of them. I 3D printed more than 20 custom drawer compartments for the smallest specimens. I decided to go for a modular design, so I can adapt every compartment to the specimen. As printing material, I used a "wood PLA" filament 3D printed with 1 mm nozzle on the Alfawise U20 3D printer. LINK I finally added a strip LED inside the cabinet door and powered it via a USB power-b
  17. EggFan

    Bird skull from Yixian

    Is anyone able to help with this bird skull from Yixian? The skull I think is twisted upside down. With its eyesocket at the bottom. Also is that bits of feather? Does anyone recognise which species? I do not think confusciornis as they are rounded on the top. Plus, the crest near the feather isnt presant on confusciornis--if it is a type of crest. But if I have the skull orietated right, the crest is on its lower jaw?
  18. Saw this listing for sale and considering buying it, looks like a partial cave bear skull, could anyone verify? Also there are strange marks on it, which the seller believes to be scavenger marks, want other opinions on those. It was found in a Hungarian Cave deposit.
  19. stricklandhighland

    Is this a skull of a armoured ankylasauridae

    Im just a noob but the place im finding these is very odd
  20. Good day. Recently got this mystery specimen from the owners of an extremely productive and well-known ranch in Powder River Country, Montana (please see photos). The specimen was found by the owner. Unfortunately, this specimen is not like those. Here's the only additional info: "This large piece of skull [?] was found in one piece. Weighs approximately 4 lb. 3 oz. The measurements are L 7 2/10" W 4 3/4" No repairs. Color is various shades of brown. Some of the openings actually have some matrix in them, but I left that, in order to stabilize the thin walls."
  21. I found this Upper Devonian nodule containing bones years ago. Of course I don't find too many Devonian vertebrate fossils here in NY so I squirreled it away to get it properly prepared and IDed someday. After doing some recent rearranging of my collection, I decided to bring this fossil out into the light. What I know - #1. Its a vertebrate fossil for sure and it looks to me to be cranium elements. #2. The size is 5.5" x 5.5". #3. It was found in the Cashaqua shale nodule layer. I also find straight and coiled shelled cephalopods, wood, and tiny bivalves in this unit.
  22. Hello together, its been some time since I posted a model, and there are quite a few unfinished ones in the making. realizing how small Atopodentatus' iconic head was in relation to its body, I decided to rather try and print a lifesize skull than a complete downscaled skeleton. Morphing recent species' skulls has the advantage that you get anatomically looking detail, although on the other hand it is wrong detail. So I would much appreciate feedback when you spot something particularly wrong. @pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon? And Atopodentatus took some morphing. Here is how f
  23. Hello I recently found this specimen of a presumed Psittacosaurus skull I have no knowledge about the authentication of this piece the seller claims the skull has restorations less than 10%
  24. Slow Walker

    Mosasaur skull piece? Pierre shale sd

    This fossil has many grooves, holes and structures. My only guess is it's a part of a skull of mosasaur or plesiosaur. Any ideas? Or good reference pics of skull parts for comparison? Thanks
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