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Found 314 results

  1. Savannah River

    My son and I had a wonderful July4th weekend on Tybee Island (near Savannah). We went in a boat with Sundial Charters to look for fossils along the Savannah River. The Captain and mate were the nicest people, so much history and interesting ecology and nature (we saw dolphins and white pelicans) - I had gone with the same company 10 years ago :). I’m curious if I’ve labeled the teeth correctly and if anyone knows the type of vertebrae or what that piece is in the lower right, please chime in! Thanks
  2. I have to say that today was a fun day, I took @Darktooth and his family out for some fossil hunting along the Miocene areas of the Potomac. We had a beautiful day for it, just wish that the clouds that had been forecasted would have showed because it became extremely hot out there! Nevertheless, we persisted and spent about 5 hours looking for fossils and we were all wiped out by the time we got back. I know that Darktooth will be posting his own report, the following is just what my daughter and I found. I had a great time with you Darktooth, I hope you and your family enjoy the rest of your vacation! Total haul of our "small stuff" Nice "doorstop" whale vert A nice hastalis, really the only tooth I found Crab, I just started to look for these. Never really had the eye for them before. My daughter found this piece of fish jaw with a tooth in it. She really didn't know what she had but thought it looked neat and put it in her bag. I found this fish vert in a chunk of matrix A couple of small shark verts A little ecphora Now for the really cool find, definitely a trip maker and my best find this year...three attached verts that have been tentatively identified as marlin. Dr. Weems will get a look at them on Monday so I may get an updated ID then.
  3. Milk River Ridge Reservoir

    Hello all, Early part of June this year I was able to get, for the first time, to a place I hadn't picked before. Nicknamed "Dino Beach" at the south end of Milk River Ridge Reservoir (MMR) a little south and east of the community of Raymond, Alberta. I was told the fossil bones would be black compared to those found at Dinosaur Provincial Park (DPP) and they weren't wrong. The water washes bones from the base of the wall and all we had to do was walk along and fine what was available. We made it there late afternoon so only had a few hours to pick around but it was fun and rewarding. A couple verts, a piece of rib and a larger piece of undetermined bone. We spent the next day picking pieces of dino bone fragments from a dry gully south of DPP and you can see the difference in color and preservation.
  4. Partial spinal column ID

    Hello everyone, I found this small column of 5 vertebrae in the gravel bars of the North Sulphur River in Texas. To me it seems obvious that it has spent some time in the river since some sediment has been removed but they are all five still attached to each other. Other than the obvious, I have no other identification but would love to learn more about what this is or what they once belonged to. I could only attach one picture to the post for some reason. I will post more images in response. The ruler is decimal inches. Thanks! Andy
  5. Magalosaurus vertebrae

    This is being sold as a megalosaurus vertebrae from France. How does it look and I’m pretty sure megalosaurus isn’t from France so is there a chance that this is poekilopleuron? It is Jurassic late tithonian and is from Re, Charente - Maritime, Dept 17, France.
  6. What animal is this vertebra from?

    Not a fossil, but wondering if anyone has any ideas about what animal it's from... It's big and old. Found in pinestraw purchased in northeast Georgia.
  7. Prepping a Dinosaur Vertebrae

    Hi I’ve recently acquired this dinosaur vert. I’ve started prepping it but it’s a right pain. The bone is a similar colour to the matrix, the matrix smears and the bone is soft. I’ve been using s combination of pens and dolomite but it’s really tough to work out where the matrix ends and the bone begins. Any help is welcome. I think it’s an iguanodon dorsal but may be from an ankylosaur. Time will tell.
  8. I was fortunate enough to travel to Ernst Quarry near Bakersfield and spend a day digging at Slow Curve. In that day I came away with a LOT of teeth and a promise to return at some point in the future. I have a better idea how to approach the site now, and I want to find that elusive Megalodon tooth that I missed this time around. I went with a family member, and we found a lot of teeth. I did a rough count at over 350 teeth total (that does include partials), with the grand majority being very small. Which was perfect for me because I ended up using 3 gem boxes for everything when I'd originally planned for two haha. Lots of makos (big tooth, hooked, and a couple narrow toothed), tiger shark, basking shark, requiem and black tip sharks, Dasyuris and myliobatiformes rays, 1 porpoise tooth, 1 whale tooth, angel shark teeth, six gill and seven gill shark, and 1 Hemipristis. I found a TON of bone fragments. I couldn't pick them all up of course, but I tried to pick up most of the larger ones with a few smaller pieces to. I have such a hard time leaving any fossil behind. Also found 2 small fish verts and a larger shark (I think) vertebrae. Along with a couple partial whale vertebraes and there might be an astragalus sitting in there to. A couple of my rib pieces have feeding wear on them. No super big teeth, but my biggest guy was a tad over 1.5 inches. The color of all the teeth astounds me. It's like I have a paint pallette of teeth. Whites, beige, tan, orange, pink, blueish, purple, etc. My favorite tooth is a smaller little guy, but he has a mix of purple and white color with white and black lines across him (see below). All in all it was a very productive day, especially since it was my first time out there. It'll probably be a while before I can come back, but I know I will be back again some day.
  9. Recent Finds

    Out hunting, found a nice single mammoth tooth plate (it only takes one of these to make my day), and 3 finds I am not sure about. 1) A caudal vertebrae, 3x width to height. Something with a tail but not a gator or dolphin.... 2) A small hoof core 3) and a broken bone with a telltale "collar" on the tip of my tongue but just can not place it... A blowup of the hoof core....
  10. Peace River Florida Verts

    Here are a couple of verts that I found very close to each other. I am not sure if they are from the same critter or not. I am not sure if they are fossil or recent, but if I had to guess, I would guess they are recent or Holocene. Any ideas what these are? Verts give me trouble - they are rarely what I think they are.
  11. Vertebrae

    Vertebrae Found in Summerville South Carolina dorchester creek beside the ymca 6”cm tall 10”cm wide 6”cm thick
  12. rapp creek hunting

    A perfect weather day anyway! "My" spots had been over-run, so started digging with a garden trowel at the base of an undercut bank, hoping roots might hold a cowshark (near where I found my only cowshark symphyseal years ago) or bigger (mako) tooth. More gravel than shells so guessing near middle of the stream bed in the past (nothing big, so not too distant past!) Did find three ecphora (not prized 30 years ago); the biggest did not survive a chunk of bone in the bucket alongside (may try to piece back together; a sickening loss, though missing its tail). Four verts (often seem to find in gravel), some round Tilly bones, 30+ small teeth, nothing exceptional, a stippeled piece of vertebra(?), skate teeth, small broken stinger . Lots of concretions, possibly some shrimp coprolites in a piece (will wait for total drying); the first ones I found were in the creek, since then all have been on a river beach. Bird eggs gone from nest (hopefully as fledglings), a black rat snake, many different frogs, a salamander (eft? ran on shore), and some interesting birds, that I didn't recognize. Wish I found more, but happy with a short hunt (two hour), not a difficult trip.
  13. Isle of Wight Sauropod Vertebrae

    Hi I purchased this partial sauropod vertebrae and I’m in the process of glueing it back together. It’s from Brighstone Bay, Isle of Wight and it’s early Cretaceous. The centrum diameter is approximately 6 inches and I’m guessing but the neural spine looks like it would’ve been about 12 inches tall. Does anyone have any suggestions for an ID. Thanks Nick
  14. Last week I stumbled upon a deposit that might be yielding a bit more. Several bone fragments, a vertebrae (I think), lots of boney plate material, and a small tarsal bone. I have collected this area for years an never found as much in one spot as I did last week. Going back with proper tools for looking further. Wish me luck.
  15. Possible Vertebrae Fossil ID Help

    Hi folks! A friend recommended I try this place so here goes! This particular fossil was found in a storage locker with other miscellaneous fossils including a mosasaur jaw, closed clams, a few spiral shells... And this thing. No contact with the previous owner so no telling where it was originally found. Measurements are included in the photos. Don't hesitate to ask for anything I can add to/help with. Thank you all in advance!
  16. Myrtle Beach mystery fossils

    These have all been found along the Myrtle Beach coast in the last 4 months. Lots of duplicates of several different items. Locals can't seem to answer what they are. Thanks for any help!
  17. Peace River Hunt

    My girlfriend and I decided to go and dig around some this past weekend and did had an amazing time. Tons of smaller shark teeth, some vertebrae (one very cool not sure what), a few large teeth (not sure what), and a claw of some type (raptor for sure). I love to dig and trying to sharpen up a bit on types of fossils we find all input would be amazing thanks
  18. Mosasaur vertebra - North Sulphur River

  19. British dinosaur vertebrae

    Could someone please ID this dinosaur vertebrae up for sale from brook bay, Isle Of Wight?
  20. First croc find

    Thought you might all like to see this. I was super pleased to finally find some croc because it’s rare on the Yorkshire Coast. I noticed this worn vertebrae wearing out of a boulder. As found Extracted Chuffed
  21. Quick river trip

    Took the family out to the river this past weekend for a quick look and found a few decent teeth and some less common finds - at least for us. Two shark vertebra and a horse tooth. It's getting crowded out there with the warm weather, time to explore some new spots.
  22. Florida teeth, bone, and vertebrae

    I have had the delight of hunting the Peace river and it's Tributaries for a few years now. Time was taken to combine my finds and I discovered some unknowns that I hope someone can help me with!! Rib. It does not appear to be Dugong. Any chance of a broad classification?? These look like bullas, but so different than whales. I was told horse. Could this be correct?? Unknown Teeth:
  23. soft shell turtle vertebrae?

    In person this is a truly lovely fossil that I found at Cherry Grove, SC 4/5/20. I took 30 pictures and these were the best. My guess is that it is a soft shell turtle double/triple vertebra. Does anyone have a better guess?
  24. Iowa mammal bone ID help

    Hi everyone, I found what I think are a lumbar vertebra and an astragalus bone. I'm not sure how old they are, but they both seem pretty weathered and possibly mineralized. Both appear to be from bovids(?). These were found on a river sandbar around Ames, IA after recent spring flooding. Does anyone know how to distinguish bison from cattle bones? The vertebra is 35 cm wide, 10 cm long, and 8 cm tall. The astragalus is 7.4 cm long, 5.5 cm wide, and 4 cm deep.
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