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  1. jenwat

    Finds from North Sulphur River

    Hello, everyone! I went hunting along the North Sulphur River yesterday (before today’s nasty weather), and I found some fossils and what I am almost positive is an artifact. Could someone please help with IDs, if possible? Pictures #1 and #2 are of the same bone; I found the circular striations in the 2nd picture particularly intriguing. #7 (the artifact) is broken at the base and is fairly thick at the point where it is broken.
  2. JorisVV

    Deltadromeus vertebrae?

    Came across this Vert from the KemKem region. Looks like a regular croc or crocodylomorph vertebrae to me, apparently he is very convinced it's a "deltadromeus" vert. Anyone that can help clear this up
  3. Slow Walker

    Marine reptile fossil? Pierre shale SD

    Found these not together but same formation. Look sort of like a vert but not a normal one. Where on the spine might it be? There's a hole in one. Thanks
  4. sharkcollector

    Otodus body size to vertebrae

    Recently, after going to my favorite fossil store, I aquired a Otodus Obliquus vertebrae. It came from a formation in Morocco, and is approximately 54 million years old, from the pliocene. Otodus is an extinct mackerel shark, related to the far larger O. Megalodon. The fossil is approximately 10.5 centimeters or 4.13 inches. I was wondering how large the shark would be relative to this vertebrae (assuming this was the largest vertebrae from the shark.)
  5. Slow Walker

    They said it's a Mosasaur vertebrae?

    This pic was online and said mosasaur vert. is that true? When I find these I thought they where fish vert. Thanks.
  6. This was found with some shells and stone pushed up on a sand bar by hurricane Nicole. Here are some photos of the object. Looks like maybe an atlas vert, but I don't know. It is a little asymmetrical left to right but the photos probably exaggerates that.
  7. DanJeavs

    Monster ichthyosaur vert

    Began prep on something quite special today. Though I’ll be uploading pictures once completed. I have always said, you always find your best stuff heading back to the car. That certainly can be said for this day. I’d not had much lucky all day, these days I’m looking more for stuff to add to the collection, rather than collecting for the sake of it. Couple of nice ammonites but that’s it. I then walked past a spot I had already walked past that morning, when I noticed what looked like a GIANT vert, laying amongst the shale from a recent cliff fall. Yup. It was. Safe to say my breathing w
  8. 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
  9. I normally fossil hunt Oct-Mar so my season has started. Launched the kayak out of Chesapeake Beach and began to work down the cliffs. Unfortunately it was far rougher than I had hoped so the kayaking was tough as such I didn’t go as far as I’d have liked. But I made my first and only stop worth it and found a good handful of teeth and a couple nice verts! The biggest makos were 1.40” and 1.20”, the biggest dolphin teeth were 1.20” and 1.03”(my two biggest!). All in all it was a beautiful morning and a great first hunt of the season for me.
  10. svcgoat

    Likely Kem Kem Vert

    This came in a lot with a mosasaur tooth and partial spino tooth as well as petrified wood. I have asked about the Mosasaur tooth here previously. Not sure what this vert came from or if it's even real.
  11. The North Sulfur River finally got some rain last week, and I headed out there yesterday morning to see what I could find. I was hoping there had been enough sun that it wasn't still a muddy mess, but that wasn't the case. It was a tough slog, hiking through all that mud. It made fossils tough to spot too, and I didn't find a lot. But I still enjoyed my day in the river. This photo shows what much of the riverbed looked like. Are those footprints from a large bird or small dinosaur?
  12. Carcharodontosaurus

    Kem Kem Theropod Vert

    Hi. I've just received this Kem Kem huge partial theropod vertebra (just the process) and I just wanted to know whether it's possible to ID? Was told Spinosaurid is likely but could also be Carch. Thanks in advance.
  13. BudB

    Mosasaur vert - view 4

  14. BudB

    Mosasaur vert - view 4

  15. BudB

    Mosasaur vert - view 2

  16. BudB

    Mosasaur vert - view 1

  17. BudB

    In situ mosasaur vert

  18. Found this is ramanessin brook nj. I've been going since I was a kid and have never found anything like this. Any help IDing is very much apreciated.
  19. Slow Walker

    X Fish tooth? Pierre shale sd

    Found this near the articulated mosasaur tail but in mud silt. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/124993-mosasaur-articulated-spine-pierre-shale-sd-quarry/ Any way to id these teeth? Also random fish vertebrae in it. One strange looking one with like a core in it. Looks like a wash together collection. Photo order got scrambled when uploaded.
  20. Fin Lover

    Vert and shark tooth

    I knew a day of little finds was coming, and yesterday happened to be that day. Looks like a huge amount of rain had come through, which I thought would be a good thing, but it just washed sand over top of everything. There is a dark, muddy layer where I often find nice angustidens, and a lighter layer below that has sand and clay. I pulled a vert out of the lighter layer, and it's not the typical small, round vert I find. Fish, shark, or something else? I also found what I just assumed was a broken angy in the bottom of the creek and stuck it in a bag. I looked at it today
  21. I made a trip to a different spot on the North Sulfur River this morning. I had been to this spot one time last year, but an unforecast rain shower showed up and turned the river into such a muddy mess that I turned around and left without finding anything. With a 100 degree high forecast for today, I didn't figure rain would be a problem. I found some of the usual things you expect to find at NSR, Hamulus worm tubes, a gastropod, a perfectly preserved complete bivalve, some interesting bones, and lots of bacculites. The only bacculite I brought home was the one in this photo, with
  22. BudB

    Mosasaur vert

  23. BudB

    Verts from the day

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