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  1. Katy2319


    Part two of our series of mystery fossils from the nature center! As I said in my previous post, this was donated to the center with no indication of where it was found or what time period it may be from, which is wildly unhelpful... But onto the details that might actually be helpful. This one is a yellow-brown mineral, with a hardness of about two. There is a piece broken off at the top and from there it can be seen how it broke in a sort of triangle, with the perfect center of the tube where the point comes together. It's not perfectly round, with long planes that are faintly ta
  2. GretchenM


    Hello! Could someone please help me identify this? Very hard. Stone like. found on the shores of Lake Erie, Bass Islands, Ohio
  3. Goodmorning! A few days ago I went for a rockhounding session nearby, in Numansdorp in the Netherlands. They have a massive pile of rocks - for covering the road (so construction material). I have found lots of pieces of agates here. Probably it's mined somewhere like Steenwijk, but don't precicely know where they harvest these rocks. Besides the gorgeous agates I found in this pile, I also found something I have no clue about.. First I thought it was something like a squid, so extremely old.. but.. I looked around the internet - so now I am guessing it is some so
  4. Fossilsupremacy

    Found some stuff today

    I went fossil hunting out near the nearby creek today, since i had some free time. Here’s what i found: while i’m sure this first one is a concretion, i wanna know what yall think! Here’s the second one, which interested me way more- first one is 5cm, second one is 9 and a half centimeters: if you look closely- you can see weird markings on the second fossil that look almost like a tire track. Let me know what yall think that is.
  5. dave5898

    No idea what this is

    Found this while using a stone rake on a tractor today, thot it was concrete but it looks like granite.its approx 70lbs and about 20 inches long.i found it in ontario canada. I did hit it with the rake so it is scratched up.. sorry for the picture quality, it is dark out and all i had was my phone.. also i apologize if this is posted in the wrong spot
  6. Found on coastal island , Georgia USA. Tip appears to be broken slightly. Bullet shaped and solid throughout. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  7. Lizz6

    Canine tooth ID

    Hello, Yesterday I came across this tooth on a beach local to me in south west Scotland. I first thought seal but have discovered it’s too large and can’t think what else is in the waters around Scotland that could fit a canine tooth so large. Any help is appreciated.
  8. Steph


    What is this? Found on the beach. Very fragile. Even handling for the photos was hazardous Thanks for looking.
  9. Kribensis

    Dinosaur Teeth?

    I acquired these many years ago and forgot about them. I had them classified as Hadrosaur Teeth but think that is wrong. Could just be polished rocks. Any help is appreciated.
  10. chabbysdad

    Dinosaur tooth? Not sure i need help

    Hi I found this rock I thought could be a tooth its very heavy and about 9cm long any help would be much appreciated thanks
  11. rock100

    Need help with fossil ID

    Can anyone tell me is this a fossil and what is it? I've had it a very long time and I just don't know anything about it. Additional photo
  12. RMac

    Shark tooth?

    Another one of my purchases from 20 years ago. I think they said it was a Megalodon tooth? Any help is appreciated:)
  13. While combing my local beach in Virginia Beach, I came across this piece. The inside coloring and texture has me questioning tooth, much like some of the broken pieces of GWs that I’ve found in the same area. Shaped like an oval cylinder, about 3 inches long. Tusk? Rock?
  14. Found this in abbey wood with a bunch of fossil shark teeth and shells. Wondering if it was a tooth connected to a bit of bone? thank you for reading
  15. Hi, I'm very new to this and went out looking for fossils today in Seafield, Fife (Scotland). I found a what I think are horn coral? And also something thst looks like a tooth, if anyone could help identify it please. Forgive my naivity if it's nothing! Thanks in advance
  16. Hi, I'm very new to this and went out looking for fossils today in Seafield, Fife (Scotland). I found a what I think are horn coral? And also something thst looks like a tooth, if anyone could help identify it please. Forgive my naivity if it's nothing! Thanks in advance
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  23. Please help this absolute amateur find out anything I can about the tooth I found this weekend. Found in Waverley, South Taranaki (New Zealand). Spotted it in a pile of shell rock in our driveway, just days before it was due to be concreted over. The shell rock came from a local quarry in Taranaki, New Zealand. I know absolutely nothing about fossils but would love to learn more after finding this so please give me any info you may have. Thank you!
  24. cameronraygun

    Fossilized Tooth Help Please!

    Hello all! Been researching for so long to try and figure out what kind of tooth this is when I came across your site. So here is my fossilized tooth, im not sure where the tooth was found (i’m in nevada, but could be from elsewhere), sorry for the little to no info but that’s all I have, if you guys have any more questions or anything of the sort, just reply to this thread and i’ll reply asap. Thank you!
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