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Found 1,192 results

  1. Stumping me beyond belief

    While I am more knowledgeable about fossils than when I joined, this thing is confusing me. It is porous with fine holes and appears to be bone, but it could be wood. Any clues?
  2. What is this please?

    I found this today at walton on the naze. Does anyone have any idea what it is please? I dont think this is just a concretion or anything looks like all little bones or something?
  3. Fossil ID

    Hey everyone, this is is my first post, and I am not a fossil expert by any means. Yesterday I found this bone on the beach, and I'd like to find out what it is. I am on the Southern Caribbean coast of Costa Rica.
  4. Fossilized Bone?

    Found these 2 pieces of rock next to each other while beachcombing on Saltwick Bay, North Yorkshire. I believe they are bone because of the honey comb structure. Can anyone confirm whether the rocks are bone or just rock. Many thanks for any help with identification.....other photos to follow.
  5. Hi there, I inherited a few specimens from my late grandfather and unfortunately did not know of the collections existence until after he had passed and as a result do not know any of history or where they were found/purchased. I would be very grateful for any information anyone could provide on any of the potential fossils. Thanks! Apologies for any issues in uploading as it's my first post. I also weighed the specimens if that's of any help: #1 (178grams), #2 tooth (2grams) #3 (116grams) #4 spherical specimen (224grams) #5 (89grams)
  6. Is this a trilobite?

    Just looking though some stuff I collected from walton on the naze a couple of weeks ago. Noticed this. Is it a trilobite? Thanks guys!
  7. Not sure if I should prep these?

    Hi guys. I've had these for a couple of weeks now. Collected from the london clay at walton on the naze. I feel like both look like fossils and I should prep them. Or am I just thinking that I'm seeing things? Thank you. The first piece in the first photo looks like something quite nice?
  8. Wood? Bone? Fossil walkie talkie?

    Hello there all! I picked this oddity up last weekend. Since then I've been staring at it and... well... I can't make head nor tails of it. Seems to be soooomething? Found on the Yorkshire coast, along ice age clay cliffs
  9. Weird red veins?

    Hi again. I cracked open a nodule I collected from walton on the naze a couple of weeks ago. I didnt think there was much in the nodule but after cracking it open there is some weird red lines almost like veins or something. Not sure what this is so need some help identifying please. Thank you
  10. What is this?

    Hi, I found this in the Black Sea in Sozopol, Bulgaria and I wonder what it could be. It is some kind of bone structure that contains a couple of bone-looking sticks connected to each other. At first I thought it is a fragment of a whalebone or something but maybe someone knows it better
  11. Bone found in UAE

    I found this weird looking rock yesterday on a man made beach in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi. I have never seen anything like it here in the UAE. It appears to be a pieces of bone in/on top of some hardened clay. On the underside there are small shells stuck inside. I would be glad to find out more about this mysterious rock.
  12. What is this?

    Hi again. Found this today at walton on the naze. Not sure if it's a fossil animal or fossil wood or plant or something. Any help identifying is appreciated. Thanks.
  13. Giant bone?

    Just been back to walton on the naze . I should move there lol I go back enough! Found this a few hours ago there. Seems to be some massive piece of bone but I'm not sure from what. Thanks guys any help appreciated.
  14. Did I find a bone?

    I’m not sure what I found that’s why I’m here. Is this a fossilized bone? Found in a creek bed in Frisco, Tx.
  15. Newbie wanting to learn...

    I have a few pictures here of some shards of bone, horn, and or antler. Is there a way to tell the difference between them? The first two photos I believe to be horn, bison. Number three and four I also believe to be horn because of the wood grain pattern, but because it is a small fragment 1 1/2” I suppose it could be bone? photos 5&6 look to me like a rib bone, has a woody grain to it but is very solid, thick. However, I feel this could be horn or bone. How to tell the difference? The final two photos to me just looks like a shard of river polished bone, not horn. The wood grain is much less prominent than the others.
  16. Bone find in New Jersey

    Hello. I found this bone on a New Jersey Beach. I found it 2 days after a recent hurricane came through. It was not burried in the sand. At first i thought it was a dried up scuba flipper but after i "knocked"on it it sounded i realized it wasnt rubber. I have no idea what it is it was recommended by a member to come here to share it with the members they would be able to identify it. Thank you for your time I wish you all luck.
  17. Bone or Wood

    Hi. Went to big brook today in nj. First time I ever picked up something that was not a sharks tooth. Found some good things but have no idea. Any thought would be awesome!! Mark
  18. Not sure if I should prep these?

    I found this nodule at walton on the naze about 2 weeks ago wondering if this is a fossil exposed on it and what it may be?
  19. Are these all teeth?

    Just sorting my stuff I collected from walton on the naze other last couple of weeks. All of these I think are teeth of some kind? The big grey piece is part of a megladon tooth? As I can see a lot of the brown from the root? Any help is appreciated.
  20. Not sure what these are?

    Just looking through the bits I have collected over the last couple of weeks from walton on the naze. I'm not sure what these two are if anyone can help please? The bigger piece I think is turtle shell? And the second I think is some kind of nail or tooth? Thank you
  21. Help IDing please :)

    My husband and I went fossil hunting today and would love some help identifying our finds. We were searching at Westmoreland State Park at Fossil Beach; it was our first time there. I believe the larger black piece is bone? And is the round piece a fossil at all? It has a hole completely through the middle- maybe a pipe stem? Thank you!
  22. Hi fossil forum members, its my first post here after following for a long time this great forum. It seems to me that here are a lot of experts with a lot of experience in key out specimens and that´s the reason I now would like to ask for that expertise. I got this bone 20 years ago and have not touched/preped it so far. It is from Madagascar. Any ideas are very much appreciated and will help to place it in the correct way. Thanks very much in advance
  23. Yorkshire prep thread

    Rather than just post separate posts every time, I decided to condense everything into this thread. I don’t see many people posting Yorkshire finds on here, which is a shame as there are some brilliant specimens out here. Hope you all enjoy. Dan.
  24. Bone from upper jurassic

    Hi, I've found this bone in France kimmeridge clay. It's marine deposit so the majority of vertebrates are marine reptiles like pliosaur, plesiosaur, crocodile, ichthyosaur etc.. I have some ideas about the determination of this bone but I do not prefer to influence you. Many thanks for your help. Regards Carbon.
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