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Found 889 results

  1. What is this? Found at Lulworth Cove

    Found at Lulworth Cove, a Jurassic area
  2. Hello, fellow Fossil Forum members. Last summer I found this bone fragment in Crystal Beach, Bolivar Peninsula, Texas. The fossils from the upper Texas coast are from the very late Pleistocene Beaumont formation. At first, I didn’t think anything of it, other than it just being a bone fragment. But now I’m thinking it might be a very worn down claw core from some animal. But I’m not sure, it could just be a plain old bone fragment. So let me know your thoughts on this specimen. Front view- Specimen measures 30 mm (1.2 inches) long side view back view- showing different coloration on the interior another side view The bottom view- it has a black coloration. The bone fragments from this formation are often multicolored.
  3. I was hiking with the wife looking for an old abandoned Train tunnel built in 1899. [found it.] I saw some rocks that caught my eye and picked them up. One looks like Ar Quartz and one looks like it could be crinoid's but not sure. Any help appreciated.
  4. What is this shell #6?

    Can anyone help with a more specific ID on this oyster shell?
  5. What is this shell #4?

    This was found in Kyd Brook, in Hawkwood, a late Cretaceous to Early Paleogene area
  6. What is this shell #3

    No idea in anything to do with this shell
  7. What is this shell? #2

    I’m not sure of the location sorry
  8. What is this fossil?

    Found in Kyd Brook in Hawkood, a Late Cretaceous to Mid Paleogene area
  9. What is this shell?

    Found in Abbey Wood, which is a famous Miocene area.
  10. I think at least one of them are marsh creepers. I found them in Abbey Wood, a famous Eocene area.
  11. Something round

    What approximately could be those fossils?
  12. Is it a fossil?

    Was is a part of an alive thing?
  13. Something as fossil

    What could it be? Something curved in the rock. Thanks
  14. Is it plant debris?

    Is it plant debris?
  15. Plant fossil

    What plant it could be?
  16. Turtle?

    Is it sea turtle carapace?
  17. What could it be?

    I found it on the ground. What could it be?
  18. Looks as a bone

    What was it? Thanks.
  19. Lebanon fossil fish ID #1

    Hello all, i recently purchased a group of Hjoula, Lebanon fish fossils that came unidentified. I tried searching them up but couldn’t match any of them. Any help in ID’ing their genera would be greatly appreciated. I will upload each in its separate thread. Here is the first one Thank you
  20. Devonian Trilobite ID request.

    Photos were not taken by me so I cannot upload better ones. I was hoping someone could point me towards a species on this bug. Its 3 inches and 3/8th of an inch. Supposedly Devonian. Phacops?
  21. My wife and I found these yesterday and I need some assistance ID'ing them. These were all found near Zolfo Springs Florida, Peace River, Bone Valley formation. 1) is a tiny vertebra 2) is an oddball that I cannot decide if it is a chunk of tooth enamel/dentin, or a partial claw or tooth of some kind. 3) is a partial jaw with a tooth in it. 4) is an oddball that I cannot decide if it is an antler tine or a tooth of some sort. 5) is a partial vertebra with a pattern on one end than might be diagnostic (or not). First up, the tiny vert :
  22. He’s had these fossils for a while, he’s convinced he collected them himself, and he’s never collected outside the UK so they must have been from here.
  23. Glen Afric New Zealand fossil

    My family and I have gone on a trip for the holidays so when we recently decided to take a trip down to Glen Afric again, we quickly realized we were no longer used to the hill that leads down to the beach. Luckily it was worth it and as always we found a few fossils that I have yet to learn about. Fossil number 1 Fossil number 2 I think this one could be a whale bone. I'm just wondering what part it could be Fossil number 2 Fossil number 3 As for the last fossil, I was wondering if this could be coprolite?
  24. Unknown gastropod

    Hi there I'm from Monterrey, Mexico, and I'm new here. I'm a biologist (graduated from the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), with a speciality in health and food safety but I always had a passion for the prehistoric life (I'm still a amateur on that field). I recently rediscover some of my old stuff, among other things was thus fossil my uncle bought me when we went to a road trip to Zacatecas (a state known for its minery) along some of the main highways you can find some kind of "giftshops" where you can buy minerals and many different fossils. This one looks like a gastropod, it is pretty wornout, hope someone could help with at least family or genus.
  25. What are these shells?

    It was found in South East London, in a fossily area. Found 3 days ago and cleaned today.
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