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  1. Fossil ID: Possible Tooth?

    Hello, Went to Big Brook Preserve in Colts Neck, NJ yesterday and pulled this interesting piece out of the silt approximately 12 inches deep. The overall appearance all appearance is the tannish cracked surface of somewhat varying thickness over an orange colored core. The end comes to a point of what would appear to be a tooth. Dimensions: Length: 1.92" (48.768mm) Max Diameter: Approx. 0.59" (14.98mm) Tip Diameter: Approx. 0.225" (5.715mm) Orange Core Diameter: Approx. 0.5" (12.7mm) This very well could possibly be nothing, but definitely struck me as odd when I pulled it. Any information is helpful, Appreciate it, Nick
  2. What is it?

    Hello! Help please with ID. I found few similar fossils, two of them on photo. Max. length - 5 mm. Age: Miocene Western Ukraine. Thanks!
  3. I split a rock in half from bjärsjölagård silurian aged. And a piece flew off when i split the rock. Have i damaged something rare? It looks fragile and flakey
  4. Some Sort of Jaw?

    Hey Fossil Gang, I had a surprising find along Canon River in Northfield Minnesota (coordinates 44.461901, -93.158759). I was skatingboarding and noticed that the banks of the river were pretty rocky so I thought it would be worth investigating, sure enough I found what appeared to be some sort of bone attached to a piece of rock protruding about half way out of the sandy soil. To me it looks like some sort of mammal jaw although I'm not sure (new to fossil hunting). I'm not sure but it seems to be more modern. If any of y'all have any input it would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Mosasaur Jaw And Tooth Fossil ID

    Hi everyone! Fairly new to all this . I have seen a few pieces of Jaw and Teeth that I would like but after reading some interesting discussion on this forum, I do doubt the authenticity. I understand that elements of the fossils may be real and there will always be an element of repair work with these fossils but are the bellow real? I have added 3 examples (multiple photos). Hopefully you will be able to help and I appreciate and advice in advance !! thanks Steve
  6. Small fossils for id

    Hello again! Help please with ID. Length - few mm. Age: most probably - Miocene.. Western Ukraine. Thanks!
  7. Titanosaur tooth ?

    Hello all . Need some help on ID ! i came across this tooth label as Titanosaur tooth from Kem Kem , Morocco seller claim that this tooth have a few repair . pls let me know what you guy think about this tooth many thank you . Guns
  8. I found these in kinnekulle sweden. The age is ordovician. Does anyone know the species
  9. Tooth?

    Hello! Help please with identification. Is it tooth? Age: Cretaceus - Neogene.. Length - 2-3 mm. Western Ukraine. Thanks!
  10. Hello, A colleague of mine shared some pictures of an interesting rock she found. It was found loose by a creek in the Denver area. It looks to me very much like an inner era, although it may well be something else. None of us are able to positively identify it. I'm sure someone here can confirm whether or not it is a fossil, and what it might be. The creek in question flows from the east, and my understanding is it would have to be a tertiary or quaternary fossil if it is indeed a fossil.
  11. Tooth?

    Hello! Is it tooth? Scale - mm. Western Ukraine. Cretaceus - Neogene.
  12. Snail Shell or More Interesting?

    Hey Fossil gang, I went out into the hillside forest next to my dorm and found some shells scattered about. It's very possible they're simply snail shells - I'm very novice. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
  13. Found it in a beach in sweden. But theres no fossil sites near so its not from sweden so i really dont know the location or age.
  14. Group of theropod vertebra ?

    Seller offer a group of vertebra . seller claim that these group belong to Theropod vertebra from Carter country Montana , hell creek formation . i personally think that it may belong to other reptile or even a croc ? but i am not sure . would like to hear opinion from the community first. thank you
  15. I have seen these sheets on google that show fossils from locations so u can id the species i have alot of fossils from one location in sweden from the ordovician period ( not sure if i spelled it right) but Nothing comes up where can u get them do i buy them or print them out? Not really sure what topic to choose i hope its the right topic for this
  16. Is this a fossil or something else

    What is this its hard as rock found at a beach. Did remind me of gum but its rock hard
  17. Coprolite?

    Is it coprolite? Western Ukraine. Age: Cretaceus - Neogene. Thanks!
  18. What is this?

    Anyone knows what this is? Found in flint
  19. Found these today any info on what they could all be would be great
  20. Hi all! I've always found fossils to be quite interesting but never took the time to really get into them so I'm useless at identifying them. Well, recently I went to Galveston beach and found this item washed up after a storm. It's small (about 2cm across) and feels rather fragile/thin. I've never seen anything like it besides an ammonite but then those are always cast in rock, I believe, and this feels just like a fragile shell that I could probably crush if I accidentally stood on it. This may just be some sort of strange shell, but some googling hasn't led me to anything other than the ammonite. Is this a fossil at all? If so, what type? I appreciate you taking your time to help out a curious mind! - Mia
  21. Wanting to get anyone’s opinion on this

    Recently bought this online wasn’t that expensive and wanting to get you guys opinion on it as I don’t have many of the pieces in this in my collection
  22. Nautiloid?

    Hi guys. Looking for help on this one. Found it this weekend in a west central Indiana creek. Largely glacial till although this was found not far from an outcrop of bedrock (Early carb.) and the matrix of this specimen appears similar to the bedrock matrix. I’m thinking nautiloid. If so, thoughts on genus? Was thinking vestinautilus, but there appears to be more suture lines on this specimen then on the picture in my field guide. A few of the pieces are “removable” thanks to me not realizing what I had when I first picked it up. In the end though, helps with seeing the various aspects a bit more clearly. Can’t see umbilicus. Blue line in one of the pics is pointing to what I think is the siphuncle. Measurement marks are In cm. Thanks for your help
  23. It's definitely a..thing?

    Look guys I have a... well its definitely a something? Is it a plant, the top of a crinoid, a broken tooth, a really tiny volcano??? No idea. And as a bonus I have no idea where it came from either. It was given to me ages when I was a kid. So if you've got any ideas on what the heck it might be, I'd love to hear 'em! Thanks!
  24. Seen these on online thinking of getting one wondering if there legit and if there from that species thanks in advance checking here before buying
  25. Various Fossils from Lake Michigan

    Hey everyone, New user here, very minor experience with fossils. I was curious if anyone would be interested in possibly identifying some specimens from Lake Michigan, from North Shore Beach in Ferrysburg, Michigan. It's on the West Coast of Michigan, but it would be the Eastern side of the Lake. Hope that isn't too confusing and I hope that I find you all well during these trying times. I have a couple more as well, if it's cool. Thanks for reading. Here are my humble hypotheses: 1: Some sort of Petoskey/Charlevoix stone or similar perhaps. 2: Coral? 3? 4? 5? 6? 7/8: Arrowhead shards or shards from producing an arrowhead? 9? 10? 11? 12/13: Horn Coral with a zebra mussel shell inside it?