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Found 331 results

  1. Claw or Tooth for ID Florida

    I don't know if this is a claw or tooth or even something else. It is about 7/8 inch long. From a central East Coast Florida beach. Thanks for all the help.
  2. What do you think about this Cave bear paw? The seller said that it's 100% genuine and authentic but i'm not sure.
  3. Some type of claw

    Judith river formation / Montana finds. I thought they were Dino claws, but they’re not fossilized feeling/looking. They don’t seem curved enough to be hawk, so I’m stumped. I know a lot of things it’s not, just not what it is thanks for the help
  4. Claw or Something Else?

    Just found on a beach near Jensen Florida. About one inch long. Looks like maybe a claw, but I'm not sure. Maybe crab? Thanks much.
  5. Anzu Claw

    Hi All For your consideration, I have a Hell Creek claw that I believe to be from Anzu pes claw. It has the pinch at the bottom of the claw that @Troodon had described prior. Right at 2 inches. Seems to have some restoration at the distal tip. Your thoughts would be appreciated.
  6. Dino claw

    Judith river Montana Dino claw. Figured it was a type of raptor claw, but wanted to see if anyone could shed more light on this one. I’m pretty sure it’s not an egg thanks
  7. Possible claw?

    Wondering if this is a rock or some type of fossil claw. Found outside Terry, Montana in the badlands.
  8. Excited to have found this little gem in the Post Oak Creek matrix. Question is.....Claw or Jaw? I have found some crustacean claws and while similar, the oblong indents are making me question. It looks very much like some of the Permian amphibian jaws. But that's really odd. So please, help me out! Jaw or Claw? Thanks for any info!! A couple of crab claws (that I am 99% sure of at least) from the same matrix. Has kind of similar texture, but different color. A Permian Amphibian jaw for comparison:
  9. Claw from HC South Dakota

    Hi all. I have a claw that I am considering. 1.75 inches. No restoration that I can see. Thanks in advance.
  10. Claw, fish bone?

    Picked this up in Venice Florida. I thought it was a barracuda tooth when I grabbed it, but after cleaning it I feel it's something different. Any thoughts? Thank you
  11. Claw?

    From Douglas Point, Maryland, I kept this because it looked like a claw, maybe turtle?
  12. Thoughts on this Anzu claw?

    Is the ID on this claw correct? It's labeled as a foot claw belonging to Anzu wyliei. Edit: It's about 2" long and is from the Hell Creek Formation, Montana.
  13. Permian Claw ID

    This claw was found in some micro-matrix I recently ordered, and I need help with a possible ID, I was thinking possibly Varanops or Edaphosaurus. It is advertised to be from the Ryan formation, now called the Wellington formation. The claw is just shy of one centimeter long
  14. What Type Of Claw Is This?

    Found this recently while looking for teeth. Looks like a good portion of it is broken off but it looks like it might be a claw to me. As usual, Dinosaur Park fm.
  15. Is this a Megatherium claw ? Just want to be sure before I make a purchase. It claims to have been found im Florida.
  16. Is it a tooth?

  17. Thescelosaurus claw

    Hello, Just wondering if this is as described? A thesc claw would go well with my teeth and vertebra. From Hell Creek. Thanks
  18. This fossil, found on a beach near Jensen Florida, is nearly about 2.125 cm. long, just under 1 cm. wide at its widest, and just under a .25 cm across. I'm thinking probably claw but maybe tooth. Thanks for your help.
  19. Paramylodon claw, which one?

    Hello dear forum members, Here I have a damaged sloth ungual supposedly from Paramylodon (see description in the last pic) Is it possible (for some of you) to determine which finger or toe it belonged to? That would be great. Thanks J
  20. Unknown claw

    Hi everyone, I am a very inexperienced fossil collector. I found this claw in my driveway among the gravel. I live near Austin, TX but I’m unsure where the gravel originated. Any ideas?
  21. Mystery dinosaur claw

    I I have a mystery claw possible turtle, gator or dinosaur from Hells creek. Measures 0.5cm. Need some assistance identifying, thank you!
  22. Mystery dinosaur claw

    Hi this is a mystery claw I got from Hells creek on Ant Hill. It’s about0.2 inches or 0.5cm long. I can include better pictures but there too blurry so I included the two best ones.
  23. Hi all - I am new to the group so please forgive me if I miss any information. I found this piece in question on a sandbar right off of Wallops Island, Virginia. I believe it is some kind of tooth or claw/talon. Unfortunately I am on vacation and left the piece at home. But I estimate it to be around 6 inches long (0.15 meters) and about 2 inches wide (0.05 meters). It has a little weight to it but still light. This was the best picture I had that shows the full piece and the root top.
  24. Hi Everyone, I've been working through quite a bit of shale from the Stark member and have a specimen I would like your thoughts on. My brain sees a crustacean claw due to the shape, but I think its more likely that it's a fin. What do ya'll think I have here? Dimensions are 1 cm by 1 cm. My "holding the phone camera to my microscope lens" method isn't working so well, so here's a rough outline of the shape: And the counterpart from the split Thanks,
  25. Tooth, claw, or something else?

    I need help with an ID. I am very new to this hunting and could use any help. I got both of these from Big Brook in Colts Neck, New Jersey. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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