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Fossil Shark Teeth from Ohio Archaeological Sites
Oxytropidoceras posted a topic in Fossil NewsColvin, G., 2011, The Presence, Source and Use of Fossil Shark Teeth from Ohio Archaeological Sites. Ohio Archaeologist 61, no. 4, pp. 26-46. https://kb.osu.edu/handle/1811/56970 https://www.academia.edu/9539090/The_Presence_Source_and_Use_of_Fossil_Shark_Teeth_from_Ohio_Archaeological_Sites Colvin, G., 2014. Shark Teeth from Ohio Archaeological Sites: An Update Based on Newly Discovered Teeth. Ohio Archaeologist 64, no. 4, pp. 55-60. https://www.academia.edu/11497086/Shark_Teeth_from_Ohio_Archaeological_Sites_An_Update_Based_on_Newly_Discovere
Rock formation or fossil?
Hoosier Hound posted a topic in Fossil IDThis is a large rock formation I found in forested area near my cabin in Perry County Indiana about 15 miles from the Ohio River. It has what seems like steel plates on the surface of some of the rock formation, which measures about 10 feet by 7 feet and about 3 to 4 feet high. There is a white-ish crystalized substance on the surface of some of the plates which seems very hard, not lichen-like or easily scratched off the surface. It seemed unusual to me, so I cleaned it off and dug it out a bit to reveal more of the surface. Hoping someone might have an idea what this is. I am a new member an
Strange fossil, unsure.
Guy Macdonald posted a topic in Fossil Hunting TripsHi guys, please help me identify this fossil, found in a woodland rich in clay near me, will post a pic of the geological composition of the area it was found in, thanks a lot.
Fossils found in North Cave, UK. In a woodland rich in clay and moss.
Guy Macdonald posted a topic in Fossil IDThese fossils were found by me in a woodland by my house, the area it was found in was rich in clay and moss, the first fossil intrigued me most as It definetly looks like a very faded ammonite, can clay yield good fossils though? and are these even fossils, thanks. And the final one.