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Found 692 results

  1. Fossilized Egg?

    I found this in central Iowa, not sure of exactly where. Kind of looked like an egg to me. It's more yellow on the inside with a kind of shell around it.
  2. Kem Kem fossil rib - dinosaur?

    This Kem Kem fossil rib I acquired a while back has obviously been re-assembled from multiple fractured pieces (with quite a lot of the dreaded Kem Kem filler) but the pieces look consistent, the surface preservation is nice, and the shape is pretty distinctive. It's 285mm long. Is there any way to determine what this might have been from or are ribs too generic? It was listed as dinosaur, but it could be crocodilian.
  3. Kem Kem fossil bone - phalange?

    This is a Kem Kem 'possible Spinosaurus' unidentified bone. Fairly poor condition with some liberal filler but some of the original shape is visible. Looking at known examples of Spinosaurus foot bones this seems like a poor match - it's just too broad and short, at least as far as I can see. However, it does resemble the shape of some other theropod phalanges I've seen. Another possibility, just based on overall shape, seems to be a crocodilian carpal bone. Can anyone shed any light on this?
  4. Your Favorite Find?

    Hey, I hope this is the right forum! I’m new to TFF, so idk if this is allowed or not, but figured I’d give it a shot. Admin, if not allowed, please delete and let me know. Thanks!! I’m curious to see your favorite piece in your collection. Post a picture of your favorite find, and tell me a little bit about it. What time period is it from? Where did you find it? (I.E., US, England, etc.) Is it rare? Why is it your favorite find? I’ve got a couple of favorites, but I’ll just post one. This rock in particular is teeming with history! On this one rock alone there are fossils of Crinoids, some with, what I believe to be, pinnules still attached. It’s got fossilized shells, imprints of shells, Crinoid stems, etc. Its my favorite because it’s just got so much history packed in to it! It was found in Boone County, MO., USA. I believe it to be from the Mississippian Era. These are all found on the same rock. (I’ll add some more pictures to the comments.) If I’m wrong in my guess on what they are, please correct me! I look forward to seeing your favorite find!
  5. https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/baby-diplodocus-skull-1.4855910 Paper: Woodruff, D.C. et al. (2018) "The Smallest Diplodocid Skull Reveals Cranial Ontogeny and Growth-Related Dietary Changes in the Largest Dinosaurs." Scientific Reports V. 8, Article number: 14341 [LINK]
  6. I found this in Monmouth County, New Jersey (USA) last week and was wondering if anyone knew what it was. When I first picked it up, I thought it was turtle shell but the bone structure doesn't compare well at all with the other turtle shell examples I've found. The top part is what I was focusing on because it doesn't look that was formed as a result of breaks and wear to me. I guess it could be older breaks and if that's the case, I'm pretty sure that I'm out of luck getting an ID on it but I figured I would give it a shot. As always, all help is greatly appreciated! -Frank
  7. Teeth that are "easy" to id?

    Hi! Im wondering if there is dinosaur teeth that are relatively easy to id when it comes down to a specific species? Like a dinosaur with very odd or distinctive looking teeth that cant be mistaken to be anything else. I know that isolated teeth is often hard or impossible to id , but maybe there is some exception ? Best regards Patrik
  8. Mystery Judith River Dinosaur Bone

    Here’s one that has me scratching my head. It’s a bone I found in the Judith River Formation of Montana recently, I picked up these two pieces and later realized they go together. They’re definitely placed properly, but the shape is strange and I can’t ID it. My initial thoughts were some type of hadrosaur toe bone, but I can’t find any close matches online. What are y’all’s thoughts on this one?
  9. Has anyone ever been to the Florida Fossil Hunters show in Orlando? I'm going to be in Orlando that weekend finishing up a work conference and thought I may check it out. Any dinosaur material vendors? Does anyone have any pictures from the show from years past?
  10. This guy wants to sell these eggs to me but I don’t know if they are real or not someone please help. And if they are real what kind of eggs are they?
  11. What type of vertebra is this

    Hi does anyone recognise this type of vert. It came with some other material I acquired and I’m not sure what it is. It’s pissibky from the Isle of Wight. thanks Nick
  12. FOSSIL ID Kem Kem Beds

    I was given this by my father as a gift. All he knows, is is it is from the Kem Kem Beds. It looks like it may be a jaw bone on some kind as it has indentations for what looks like teeth? But I can't decide on if it's from a fish, turtle, crocodile, dinosaur or reptile or if it's just a fragmentary piece of bone. I would appreciate it if anyone can shed any light on this! Huge thanks in advance .
  13. Is this an egg or just a round rock?
  14. This is a giant egg from Xixia, Henan. It is 40cm long and 15cm wide. It is said that there is some restoration (the dark colored area). What is your view on its authenticity? Thanks!
  15. Hey y'all! I've been wanting to go hunting for dinosaur material for a long time now - problem is I'm in eastern Texas (I also can't travel too far). Most of the stuff around here is marine. I've been doing some research, and I've found the Antlers Formation in southern Oklahoma which has deinonychus and tenontosaurus, among others. Where would be the best place to actually go hunt? Do I need to go on private property, by the side of a river, or what? It'd be great if anyone has gone hunting in that formation, I'd love to hear your tips! My primary goal would be to find deinonychus teeth. The first deinonychus in the antlers formation was found on the grounds of the Howard McLeod Correctional Center in the late 90's. I'd think around that area would be a good place to start. This is the bulletin (from the Oklahoma geological survey) I found that reports the finding of deinonychus antirrhopus in the antlers formation: http://www.ogs.ou.edu/pubsscanned/BULLETINS/Bulletin146.pdf Address of Howard McLeod Correctional Center: 19603 E. Whippoorwill Lane, Atoka, OK 74525 Any other general fossil hunting tips would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  16. Made an incredible discovery at home tonight when I noticed tiny baby dinosaur tracks about only 5.1mm long on a ripple slab I had found. I've never seen baby footprints so small before, so I'm amazed. No wonder I didn't notice them for nearly two weeks after I had found them this month! Since there seems to be a partial adult on the edge it makes me wonder if this dinosaur was walking with its new born baby.
  17. Look at these wonderful eggs. If I tell you that they are all man made, do you believe it?
  18. A seller on a popular auction is now offering dinosaur material from the elrahz formation which to me looks to be of kem kem in origin others members thoughts would be good to help people in making an educated purchase.
  19. So, I live in Bulgaria and I found this fossil in my backyard, I was wondering what it might be, and I thought you guys could help me
  20. This specimen was said to be the skin plate/shield of a dinosaur. Locality is not known. Any idea what it is and if it is genuine fossil?
  21. Utah plate

    I got this from a lady today who says she picked it up with some Dino stuff over 30 years ago in Utah. I am not sure of where in Utah but am looking for a starting point on figuring out what it is. Any help is appreciated.
  22. Dino Vert Kem Kem?

    Listed as dinosaur vert from Kem Kem Beds...is it dinosaur or reptile? If it is dinosaur, can it be narrowed down to theropod, etc.? Thanks
  23. Hi everyone Here is again something new! It's a Utahraptor,and I don't want to say anything else except that I hope that u will like this one. Enjoy! Darko
  24. Real or fake
  25. This egg was said to be dug up from Ganzhou. It has two bones on the matrix, do you think it’s genuine? If real, how could this happen? A dinosaur (the mother?) was buried with the egg?
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