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Found 194 results

  1. Shark tooth

    OK. I'll try one more (for now, I have more) from Charlotte Co. FL. This time I'll go with a small shark tooth which is actually in good condition. I really like the colors on this one but I'm not sure of the species. I'm sure it's something common. Thanks.
  2. Broken piece of enamel?

    Here's another piece I collected a number of years ago from a Charlotte Co. FL beach. Much of it is broken, but what isn't looks like it could be part of a large tooth. The first three photos focus on the unbroken areas, two on the outside and one on what I think would have been on the inside. It's kind of difficult to grasp the shape without seeing it in person. The graph paper is 1/4 inch squares. This may be a bit of a challenge, but from what I've seen in the past, this group is up to the task. Thank you for any information.
  3. Florida beach find

    I was going through some fossils I collected years back from the beach in Charlotte County and found a number of them which I could use some ID help on. This is one of them. While my interest in fossils is great, my knowledge of them is not - but I'm learning. Thanks in advance for your assistance.
  4. it was found at the base of the scarborough bluffs in ontario on the beach. cow seems the closest while searching google images for possible local animals but the curved roots seem a little different? thanks!
  5. Fossil fragment?

    https://m.imgur.com/a/uiXpI All the photos are there. It isn't magnetic, it's kinda heavy and not fragile at all. I would think it was a rock but it has a curved side and is way darker than any other rocks on the beach. Is there anything you can tell about what it is based on this? It's kind of shiny as well. found around Melbourne beach FL.
  6. Baby, It's Cold Outside

    The hubbub of the holidays is over. The cold, crisp air has descended here in the Mid-Atlantic. The ground is frozen, but I was craving sunshine and the hunt. With blue skies today and the promise of snow tomorrow, I headed to the one place I was reasonably certain wouldn't be completely frozen -- the Delaware Bay. After all, we put salt on the roads here to keep them from freezing. How cold is it this week? Cold enough to freeze salt water! Here and there, exposed spots dotted the beach and the highest part of the bank, above the high tide line, was still exposed. There were a few pebbles here and there, but the odds of finding something in such scant gravel wasn't promising. I spent the next hour with a friend, exploring the ice formations with cameras. Still, my beloved beach did not disappoint. I found a couple of little favosites corals in the freezing tide pools and a 3-inch chunk of local petrified wood lying along the trash line. There is something ironic about finding petrified - silicified - wood frozen to the beach sand!
  7. Baby Gater skull fragment

    Here is the find we made in SC. I think It is a fragment of a baby alligator or croc. Found it on the beach in the surf. Any thoughts? And how rare are these little guys?
  8. Crystal agate fossil?

    I found this today on the beach under a clay cliff, it is known for agate And chalcedony to be found on this beach, what would I call this, it looks like some sort of a bone maybe?
  9. What kind of mammal is this vertebra from??

    I found the vertebra at PV beach. the Annulus on the circle part is 1.5 and 1.9 cm What kind of mammal is it from?
  10. Beach fossil

    I was recently looking through some fossils I found, a number of years ago, along the beach in Charlotte Co. Florida, and found an unidentified one. It is well worn from the surf but stills shows a lot of detail. Other fossils found at that time were: horse, mammoth, bison, deer, shark and a few others. This one I'm not sure of. Any help appreciated. Thanks.
  11. Prehistoric bone reconstructive surgery?

    Any idea where these marks came from? They are perfectly round
  12. We found a couple of sand dollar fossils in a hard matrix. From what I have read today I can’t get the hard matrix off without some special air tools. What should I do to preserve the specimens?
  13. Found on erie shores ohio.

    We are brand new into fossil hunting. We have found a bunch of coral pieces. This looks like a shell to me but iam not sure if iam seeing what i want to see. Thanks.
  14. Found this heavy lump today, first I thought it was an Ammonite keel but noticed the strange pattern so was thinking more like coral ? Anyone seen anything like it ? Was from Yorkshire coast, thinking possibly 190 myo give or take a few million, thanks.
  15. Need help identifying what I have

    Thanks for looking, I am a very amature hunter. My collection is majority fossilized clams, snails, and such. But this last Monday while hunting at my favorite private beach. I came across something interesting, I’m trying to stay calm Because in all actuality I don’t really know what I have. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Happy hunting! Marcus
  16. Need help identifying this fossil I found while trying to find shark teeth on Tybee Island in Georgia. One photo is in b&w so I could fit both sides on this post.
  17. Help identify these?

    These are pictures of three different shells that relatives brought back from their honeymoon years and years ago when i was a kid. Most of what they collected were ordinary shells, save for those three. What are they? Any help would be appreciated. I've held onto these for years and always wondered what they were. Here are the undersides of the shells respectively, in order.
  18. Unknown mammal tooth fragment

    This was picked up on a beach of the Atlantic Ocean near Cape Town among washed up gravel where I often find fossilized Mako and Great White shark teeth from the miocene epoch. It measures 4.2cm in lenth. Any response will be appreciated. Thank You.
  19. Help identify these?

    The first three photos are what I've always thought were fossils, they were given to me by my great grandmother. She had a farm in Kansas and collected them, but she didn't know what any of them were. Anyone here know what they are? Any help would be appreciated. I've held onto these for years and always wondered what they were.
  20. What is this?

    I am new to this forum so hope this post is acceptable. Can anyone tell me what this is? My mother picked it up on a beach about 30 years ago and thought it was a stone as it is rock hard. It is 7 cms long and 1.5 cms wide I would really appreciate any help. Thank you.
  21. Indentification please?!

    Found this near a cliff on the beach in the north east of England unsure what it is?
  22. NE Florida Beach Find

    Found just south of Ponte Vedra, FL. It has some weight to it...
  23. Sea cow bone?

    Found in myrtle beach please help ID I think is from a sea cow
  24. This is a fossil i found washed up on the beach at Amelia Island, Florida. It looks like a molar of some sort. Can someone help identify? Thank you. --Mike
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