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Found 47 results

  1. Another bone from the Brazos River

    My boss was at it again and he and his wife found another collection of bone, teeth,fossilized wood, and turtle shell along the banks of the Brazos River, TX. Attached a few pictures and I have it at my desk currently so would be happy to take more/or better shots. Portion had broken off (that's why he gave it to me yay!) which I might try and reattach. I've seen some similar on the site, but
  2. Coral?

    This piece was found on the Brazos River, it is very light. Looks like spongy rock. Is this coral?
  3. Long time since I have been here. Glad to be back and hunting again. I am stumped on a recent find and would be grateful for assistance. I believe it is a sacrum but cannot ID the animal. It’s size is is much larger than bovine. It is structurally developed for a larger animal. I was considering early horse but the number of fused vertebrae is off. Was found south of Houston on the Brazos River.
  4. Hello, We are absolutely new to the world of fossils hence any help with identifying this will be greatly appreciated. My son and I went looking for fossils on the Brazos river bed near Sugar Land, TX. We found the attached fossil. It looks like a claw or a tooth. Please let me know if you need any additional information. Sorry I did not take pictures next to a rule. The item is around 2 inches long. Thanks and looking forward to your replies sjohn
  5. Hi everyone, Found this today while looking around the Brazos River West of Houston. At first I thought it was just petrified wood but it is definitely bone. Seems to be the right shape and taper for lower jaw but not sure. Seems to have two protrusions in what look like sockets but they don’t seem to me like teeth. They are not just stones wedged in either. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! TIA
  6. Lower Brazos - Tx

    Is this from a Bison? It seems semi-mineralized. But from the depth in a washout that i found it in makes me really really curious. There is noticable waves in the bone structure
  7. Teeth identification

    Found these teeth all within 50 yards of each other, they are all larger than the previous teeth I posted. Still horse or another animal?
  8. Are either of these two bones?

    These are throwing me for a loop. Especially the repetitive markings in the smaller one. Lower river Brazos, Texas. Thanks in advance
  9. Fossil or just lines on rock?

    Fossil or just lines on rock?
  10. Cranium?

    This was found by my wife, very heavy, it is fossilized bone but looks like there are air pockets on the inside? I read that mastodon skulls have air pockets, possibly also bison?
  11. Fossilized teeth identification

    All 4 of these teeth were found within 100 yards of each other today. They all appear to be horse, but from different types of horses. Any thoughts?
  12. Fossilized tooth?

    Is this a tooth? From what animal?
  13. Brazos River turtle shell?

    This piece appears to be some kind of bone, smooth on the bottom (bottom photo) but has lines on the other side (top photo)? Could this be turtle shell?
  14. Help identifying poss fossil..coral? Texas

    My boss has a collection of fossils picked out of the Brazos river, TX. Most of his are pet wood/plant but this one perked my interest.
  15. Bone or coral?

    Is this bone or coral? It is lighter in weight than other similar in size pieces found that were definitely bone.
  16. Horse tooth?

    Could this be a horse tooth? How old?
  17. Texas Bone ID

    Found this on the lower Brazos while catfishing Saturday. Its overall size is throwing me off and making me think I might get to add a new name to my finds list. Thank in advance team.
  18. Odd bones from the Brazos

    These are a couple of odd bones from the Brazos River between SH 159 and FM 529. They appear to be the same thing, other than size, and they appear to be from opposite sides of the animal. The smaller one is 11.5 cm long and is pretty much intact. The larger one is 25 cm and is broken at the tip and the rounded lobe end. It probably would have been 30 cm plus. They are highly mineralized. Any idea what these might be?
  19. Hi Everyone, I found an interesting large bone fragment in the Brazos River, outside of Harris County, Texas. The fragment has a thick sidewall, so I am guessing it is from a large mammal, possibly mammoth. The thing that I can't wrap my head around is the odd pocket-like texture exhibited on one side of the bone. Could these odd pockets help in the identification of this fossil? Also, I have attached a picture of 2 antlers from the Brazos. They both look like they are whitetail deer antlers to me. One is much larger than the other, possibly due to age and nutrition of the animal? Thanks for checking them out.
  20. three toed horse tooth ID

    Just cleaned up this tooth from my hunt the other day on the Brazos. I had thought it was a small equus tooth, there is definitely an isolated protocone. I know some of you like @Shellseeker and @Harry Pristisare pretty good at comparing these teeth to each other. I can look at them all day and they just start looking the same. Any ideas? Also, I've seen some line drawings before on line that compared many of these horses all on one page, but can't locate it any more. The only ones I can find now are not very clear. Does anyone have something like that they'd care to share?
  21. Great variety today. I’ll add more pics tomorrow but just had to get this piece uploaded tonight. I’m almost positive this is capybara. I only hesitate because I have not found any other capybara material on the Brazos River. Needless to say , I’m pretty stoked with this find!!! Will definitely be entering this in FOTM!!!
  22. I found these yesterday on a terrace near the Brazos. Any help with ID is very appreciated!
  23. Vertebra ID?

    Found in southeast Texas, Harris County, Brazos River. Any idea what this might be from?
  24. My husband went to our special place with out me!!! I don’t know any more about the bone in the comments, than this picture, he just text me these pictures and can’t talk right now because he’s driving. I’ll find out later I guess, it’s still cool. Anyone know what lived there that it may belong to??
  25. Help identify

    Hello ,im david and i enjoy fossil hunting,im new at it so could use some help, with identity ...thanks
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