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Found 88 results

  1. Fossil or not?

    Hi! I'm confused a bit? Is this fossil or not? It's little heavy than normal tooth,btw I try the burning test on some edges and it burns but doesn't smell like a burning bone and on some it doesn't burn at all..As u see the part underneath looks mineralized and it doesn't burn.If u can help some how,maybe some other test?
  2. Bison or Camel molar?

    Found this years ago in Myrtle beach South Carolina, I thought it was a bison molar but I've seen some fossilized camel teeth recently that looked possibly closer to my tooth, any ideas are welcome!
  3. Need help IDing tooth found in NE Iowa!

    I found this tooth in a dry creek bed in NE Iowa. The area I found it in is unique due to the fact that even though it is surrounded by farmland, the sheer rock bluffs and rock overhangs cut by the little creek over the centuries made this area unsuitable for farming. Northeast Iowa was apparently missed by many of the ice advances during the Ice Age so the area as a whole has a much older surface geology than found anywhere else in the state. The tooth is between 1 1/16” and 1 3/16” in all measurements. It looks too old to be from a cow though I’m sure they have been in the area since first settled. The closest thing I’ve found myself online is a tooth from a prehistoric camel. Any help IDing it would be much appreciated!
  4. Bone Identification

    I found these bones in Wilbur Oregon , while blackberry picking . i found bones sticking out of the ground. two bone sites about ten ft apart , they look like bison but i am really confused about the skull. can anyone identify these ? i would like to sell them. i have many bones from the site.
  5. This was found in the northern end of the Sacramento Valley. I’m curious if it’s bison or cow. This area would be on the border of the bison range, but the area was used frequently by the Native Americans. It could be a possibility that it was imported in ancient times.
  6. Is this a bison vertebra?

    This is from China. Any thoughts on the species? It looks like bison to me, but I'm no expert. Could be equine. Heck, could be a wooly rhino for all I know. Any thoughts from those who know more than I? thanks, Matt
  7. Tooth identification

    I found this tooth on a sandbar on the Missouri River near St. Louis, MO. I did some research to identify and the information I find on the stylid isn't clear to me. Can anyone clearly identify what animal the tooth is from?
  8. Another vertebra ID: is it bison?

    This is from China. Any thoughts on the species? It looks like bison to me, but I'm no expert. Could be equine. Heck, could be a wooly rhino for all I know. Any thoughts from those who know more than I?
  9. Found these teeth in a Florida creek

    Found these teeth/jaw bone in a Florida creek. I researched it to be of Bison teeth which would make sense but found some similarities of Camel which would be interesting to find in Florida. I was wondering about what years it may be from?
  10. Jaw section in question

    Good evening, I've found this section a year ago and since then kept it in our garden. I took a second look at it tonight and thought it might be my first camel jaw piece. I found this along a creek in Travis county, thanks
  11. Bison Vertabra?

    Hey all, I found this in a creek in southeast Nebraska today while looking for geodes and although I wasn’t sure at first I’m fairly certain it is at least partially fossilized. (Waiting for it to dry out completely for a more definitive answer on that front). I was pretty sure it was bovid, but am having trouble matching it to a specific vertabra of either modern cow or bison. Since I believe it to be fossilized I thought maybe I should explore other possibilities, but haven’t had any luck. Any input would be appreciated.
  12. Can't figure this one out.

    Can't seem to figure this one out. Large vertebrae found in Oklahoma. Any help on identifying these?
  13. As well is there any documentation on the possible terminal dates of these species?
  14. Hello everyone! I need some help identifying these bones. I've narrowed them down to being antiquus or possibly bison bison. Even had a specialist describe them to possibly be Camelops...These were located in Southwestern Oklahoma.
  15. Mystery Sacrum

    Hi all, This was found in NE Kansas among a bunch of other deer, cow and bison bones on a sandbar. Any idea what it is from?
  16. Pleistocene Vertebrae Help

    Hi all, I recently found a bunch of vertebrae on a river in NE Kansas. I have found parts from deer, cow and bison here. I do not know how to distinguish bovid vertebrae as well as some of you all do, so I need your help. I will follow up with more pics.
  17. River Finds

    Hi all, Recently my brother and I were on the Republican River in NE Kansas after the water went down a little and found a bunch of bones and bottles. I am having trouble determining some of the bones as bison or cow, so I need your help here. And also, we found what I think is a claw, measuring about an inch in length. Thanks for the help, and let me know if you need more pics. Cow or Bison lower leg? I think its bison; it is pretty heavy and seems to be well mineralized, but not completely fossilized. And the mystery claw-like object
  18. Chew on this... please.

    I thought these were horse teeth, but after some poking around I'm thinking they're bison teeth. Please, help with identification and geological era. I'm starting with photos of the two that look like bone, in what stage I don't know, but do have three more (one large and two small) that I believe to be completely fossilized teeth from the same animal. All were found in Bucks County, Carversville exactly, in or near a creek bed at the bottom of a ridge of cliffs, which, we've been told, is a very special geological location where finds are not typical of the surrounding area. Because I could not wait to get another photo with a point of reference for size, I must include my best estimation from memory: the larger piece is approximately 2" long and 1/2-3/4" deep and not quite 1 1/2" wide The smaller of the two pieces can be referenced by the larger, but is about the size of my index finger from the first knuckle to top. I'll wait to post the photos of the possible complete fossilized pieces, I'm sure I will need to be more diligent including all needed info in the photos I choose to post. For now, I hope this is enough, do tell!
  19. Quaternary Teeth

    Hi all, A few months ago I was fossil hunting by the Republican River in NE Kansas when I found part of an upper jaw washed up on a sandbar. From it I got 3 teeth, and I am trying to determine weather they are bison or cow. Two of these exhibit a separate, distinct stylid. However the third, which is by far the most worn down, seems to have an integrated stylid. I've seen a few pictures of bison teeth whose stylists are not completely separate from the rest of the tooth, but I don't know if that's truly indicative of not being a bison tooth. Any help is appreciated, thanks all!
  20. Bison Tooth

  21. Hot NSR Trip!

    Hot long NSR trip. My legs are sore lol. Nice variety today including attached verts, bison tooth, mosasaur verts, multiple fish jaw sections, turtle shell, gastropods etc.
  22. Bison or cow? What do you think?

    Does this look like cow or bison? Thanks.
  23. Am I looking at Cow or Bison here?

    Would love to know if I've got cow or Bison artifacts here...
  24. Is this a bison tooth fossil?

    Hiya I just found this tooth it is 4cm long on the earth of a house Reno. My guess was a bison but we are in Toronto Canada not many bison here. How old is it? What mammal is it? Please help solve the mystery
  25. Vertebra help

    Hi all, found this vertebra in the Kansas River today on a sandbar. I've found everything from Pleistocene bone fragments to half-mineralized cow bone here before, but nothing of this size. It could have belonged to a cow, but I think it's a bison considering the amount of mineralization and general shape. I could use your help identifying this one! PS it is about 6 inches high, the spinous process is about 3 inches high and has been chipped across the top. It has also not been cleaned too well, hence some of the brown dirt color. Other side view
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