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Found 59 results

  1. Hello. New here.

    Hello from Southern Oregon. Trying to figure out if this is a fossil and If so what type it is. I found this walking along the Rogue River just past Grants Pass. It's only about 4'' in length. Have more pics upon request. Anyone that can identify please help. Thanks so much Duane.
  2. 3 new fossils

    Hi I just got these today and would like to show them. If you need more photos just ask. Thank you and enjoy!! Hadrosaur. indet carpel Horseshoe canyon formation, Drumheller valley, Alberta, Canada.
  3. happy new year 2020

    From the album Happy new year

    neuropteris tenuifolia Westphalian Northern France
  4. Hello, Occasionally, when I am out prospecting for gemstones or minerals I stumble on some unique fossils that I include in my personal collection. Recently, I stumbled on a very large unique find that I believe is a fossil and am requesting assistance/advice on how to handle, if that is the case, for proper recovery if applicable. Location: Glacier WA USA, very close to the Canadian border, in a dried portion of a creek bed - up against the sides walls-banks. located under a tree stump. Approx size: Uncovered Specimen in photographs resembles the size, approx, of a large human torso Materials surrounding the specimens: Many small fossil bones Please note that I only removed enough material (all mixed - nothing attached) to see if it will help with ID and so on. Thank you!
  5. Legged Snake Article

    Article: https://scitechdaily.com/new-fossils-of-ancient-snake-with-hind-legs-reveals-tantalizing-details-of-evolution/amp/ Enjoy!
  6. New Cretaceous Period Mammal Discovered

    Article Link: http://www.sci-news.com/paleontology/origolestes-lii-07880.html Enjoy!
  7. Any advice for a noob?

    So im very new to this and since winter is here, I thought it'd be a good time to ask for any advice for a novice (ie tools, where to look, anything that would be useful). I don't know anything about how to actually go about looking for fossils. So far I've learned a bit from people here, but just to get a basic gist overall would be a good start.
  8. the hunt goes on

    I like DSR. It's peaceful and quite. You get a nice little view. Over all a good spot. I have however been unsuccessful with finding an intact Dipleura! The detail that can been seen on them is fantastic. What amazing little monsters. A quick way to-be driven nuts. I know fossil hunting is a mix of: skill, knowledge, luck and time BUT gosh darn! I will keep trying. This is what I have to show for my effort so far.
  9. New fossils

    Hi yesterday I went to the Ancaster gem and fossil show I got a couple things just wondering what do you think of them? First to last theropod bone fragment from cedar mountain formation Utah the they said it was found with identifyable bones that are theropod next dinosaur coperlite from Madagascar mahajanga formation last triceratops tooth hell creak Montana.
  10. Hi everyone I just read that a New pterosaur has been named it’s called Cryodrakon Boreas it’s name means cold dragon of the North wind it’s wingspan was 32.8 feet and it’s diet consisted of baby dinosaurs mammals and lizards it was found 30 years ago in the dinosaur park formation of Alberta Canada then it was thought to be a Quetzalcoatlus until 30 years later it was studied and is now its own genus here’s to learn more.
  11. If someone finds a number of fossils that scientist can not ID, does the person that found them get to name them all if they turn out to be new a specie.?
  12. New Bird-Like Dinosaur Unearthed in Wyoming

    http://www.sci-news.com/paleontology/hesperornithoides-miessleri-07413.html https://peerj.com/articles/7247/
  13. My new fossil fish

    Hello everyone, My fossil fish just came up in the mail. Even though it has some putty in the center, I think I got a really good deal on it.
  14. I just added this wonderful specimen to my collection. The species is discosauriscus. Little is known about the species other than the fact that they were predators based off of teeth. They may of had electrospective organs. On this slab running through the head of the specimen is a thick calcite seam from where the rock was faulted and shifted. This was found in the Czech Rebublic in the Limnic Deposits. This is the first fossil I've purchased all the others in my collection I have found.
  15. Don’t worry, fossil collecting sites are all around, and may be easier to find than you might think! Here in my area of Kentucky, we have landscape rock that is sold as “local river rock” at about every garden/landscape center. This “local river rock” contains a lot of fossils. From brachiopods, to horns (corals), and bryozoans, etc. It is also very inexpensive. Many people in my area also use crushed limestone as a covering for driveways and parking areas. I have found many a trilobite in someone’s driveway. Finding fossils this way isn’t the most glamorous or scientific, but for someone new, or someone who is thinking about starting to collect, it may just be the spark that gets them into it. Finding a few fossils this way is what brought me back to the hobby. It’s a lot easier to ask a friend/family member to give up a rock out of their driveway or landscaping than to ask a complete stranger to go dig around on their property. What are some of the other newbie friendly “sites” are that you have come across? P.S. I’ll try and post a few pictures of some of my finds when I get a chance later tonight.
  16. Hi, i’m high school student in 12th grade. I’m currently working on a senior exit project, and I chose palentology as my career choice. I would like to do an interview with a paleontologist just asking a couple of questions like: what is your favorite thing about the job, what inspired you to be a paleontologist, how long did you have to attend school to become a paleontologist, etc. An interview over email or even over the website would suffice. Thank you.
  17. I don’t think anyone has posted this yet, but for those interested: The remains known as “Callao Man” and a few other fragments from a cave in Luzon, Philippines, have been described and places into the new species Homo luzonensis, a designation that is sure to cause a stir in the paleoanthropological community. It is based on very few and very fragmentary remains, and is rather young at around 50,000-67,000 years old. One hopes more remains (maybe a skull) will be found in future excavations so that scientists can get a more complete picture of what we are dealing with. DNA extraction attempts have thus far failed. In any event, surely a great site which will be intensely researched and our understanding of late non-human hominins. For more: https://www.google.com/amp/s/relay.nationalgeographic.com/proxy/distribution/public/amp/science/2019/04/new-species-ancient-human-discovered-luzon-philippines-homo-luzonensis
  18. Hey friends, Hope you're all well. I recently went to New York for the first time and throughly enjoyed what the city had to offer, however one of the stand out days was definitely a trip to the American Museum of Natural History. I won't bombard you with thousands of picture but I will post a few of my favourites Also a question, annoyingly I was on limited time and wasn't able to make the last slot of the "Meet T-Rex: The Ultimate Predator", has anybody done the tour and is it worth doing? I was gutted I missed it and would like to hear what others thought of it. I'm sure most of you know the I.Ds but i'll list a few of them just incase. So here's a few pics from my journey This specimen is AMNH 5027 and it was excavated in 1908 by Barnum Brown in Montana. Interestingly enough this specimen also provided the first complete skull of Tyrannosaurus rex. Not an alien, a pano that went a little wrong, it's hard to fit these guys in.
  19. Hi im new to this forum, and the buying of fossils. I've dona a bit of research in fossil to see if there real or not etc. I needed help in identifying if this spinosaurus tooth is real or not. apologies if the pictures aren't the best I've used snipping tool to grab them off of online. The length of one tooth is 2.5"and claim they are from morocco kem kem. Your help is greatly appreciated, thankyou
  20. Larger Pics Of Baryonyx vertebra

    Here are some larger pictures of the "Baryonyx" vertebra. Sorry if they are tiny again.
  21. Absolutely new to fossil hunting

    on this piece, there are several various fossils. I beleive they are all encased in this clay rock. Found in Dresden Tn 38225 in a old creek.
  22. Beetle in Amber Tells About Mesozoic Land Shifts

    Tiny Beetle in Amber: Clues to Landmass Shifts This news is a little old ( I believe it is from October 30) but still very interesting.
  23. Discovering new species

    Out of curiosity, is it a practice for people to contact museums about fossils that can't be/can't quite be identified? I was just thinking about how many new unknown species must be just sitting around in individual's collections. They find new species all the time that are sitting in the museums collection, so imagine how many are of things that no museum has ever even taken a cursory look at. I don't mean like sending pictures of every vertebrae you can't pin to a specific species, even though that's more than enough in some cases, but at least with the less usual stuff, even though I'm sure there are plenty of individual teeth or single vertebrae of undiscovered species in individual collections. I saw an amazing full Devonian "shark" for sale, and that's what got me thinking. It would be nice if it were realistically possible to let museums just browse through collections, just in case. I know that once a fossil is out of context it loses significant useful information, but there'd still be potentially lots to gain from even those.
  24. New fossil hunter - need help

    So I am very new to this and honestly I don’t know any of the fancy terms or much about it in general. So any help would be appreciated. This is my first find other than lots of shark teeth
  25. fossil id request

    found southern indiana area
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