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Found 22 results

  1. What are these?

    Missouri ordovacian period. What are the raised oval fossils? Are they brachiopods that have been worn down? Something else? Thanks for your thoughts. This entire rock is about 10 inches long.
  2. Smilodon

    Hello, I'm new to the site. Recently, I found what I thought was a petrified banana in a creek bed. However, someone told me this is a Smilodon tooth, but it measures about 6 inches in length, and not quite two inches at the widest. I'm still betting on a banana:) Any assistance is greatly appreciated!
  3. ID HELP PLEASE

    Sending a new fossil I found in Southeaster US, SC Summerville area. Found in a creek that had many different formations in it. Im still learning them but looks possibly like plant life fossil. Not sure what but looking sideways I can see the distinction between the rock portion and what I am trying to identify. Any help would be great! Side angle.
  4. New Hobby Question

    Hello. I am new to fossil hunting. I've found a few in the past, but on this hunt while in a creek bed I found this one. Can anyone tell me what I found? Is it worth looking in the same creek bed? I am in Upstate NY.
  5. A little sea creature?

    Is it a little sea creature?
  6. Haven't found one like this before

    It looks like a bug to me?
  7. Not sure if this is one or many?

    Is this one fossil or many? And does anyone know what it is?
  8. Clam? Brachiopod?

    Ordovician. Clam? Brachiopod?
  9. Any guesses on this one?

    Ordovician. Found in a creek bed. The fossil is about 8 inches long.
  10. Plant or animal?

    Not sure if this is a plant or an animal?
  11. A rock or a fossil?

    Wasn't sure if this was a rock or fossil?
  12. Can someone ID?

    Anyone know what this little clam like creature is? It is small.. About the size of half a penny.
  13. Is this a crinoid?

    Usually I find impressions of crinoids. Is this an actual fossilized crinoid? It looks like a tiny flower. It is very small.
  14. Did I find a worm?

    Now that the ticks have died back a bit I am back to fossil hunting. Is this a worm?
  15. Hi all, I hope someone can help me ID these items I've been finding for about a year now in and by a local creek in Sullivan County, TN. I've shown them to staff at the Nature Center of a nearby park and to various others who have an interest in such things, and no one has been able to say for sure what they are. I've had theories from corals to beads to stalactites (helictites, actually) to burrow casts. All are tube-like, all have holes through them (a few have one end closed, but not many) some have a bumpy, pebbly surface and some are smooth. The biggest is 1 1/2 to 2 inches in length. The area is known for Ordovician finds, and has a lot of caves and sinkholes. I also find a lot of quartz crystals and small (< 1") geode-type rocks in this creek, and the occasional Woodland period artifact. There is an abundance of chert/flint, and unfinished knapped pieces aren't uncommon. I'm anxious to hear your theories and ideas. Thanks much.
  16. Worms?

    This rock has raised shapes on it. Look like worms or eels to me. Any ideas?
  17. Something cool

    I found this rock (bone?) with 3 raised fossils on it. What are these?
  18. Found in creek bed

    Found this in a creek bed in Missouri. It is about 2 inches long. Any guess as to what it is?
  19. Not sure what this is? Help!

    I live in Des Moines Iowa, and I was down by a creek today and found this possible fossil. It looks like fossilized bone to me. However I am kind of new to this so I can't be for sure. but it feels fossilized and looks like it was bone at one point. if anyone can identify it I would be amazed and grateful, Thanks!
  20. Fossilized bone segment found in creek bed in NE Alabama... Found near sandstone and chert in a dry creek. Definitely turned to stone... Could drive a nail and also sounds like rock when tapped. Will also add pics of other side and both ends.
  21. Doctor?

    Please take a look at this. It's about 8"x4"x5"... guessing. But extremely interesting. I found it in a creek bed here in Round Rock TX. What is it?
  22. Hello, all! I recently explored a new creek bed in west central Illinois (USA), and found 3 great finds. This is one of them, and I don't know what it is. Possibly some kind of plant matter? It was found on top of the sand after the water had receded. Weighs 3.9LBs and is 6.25 inches from bottom to top. The darker grayish "Groove" sections I refer to in the pictures seem to be the organism that was actually fossilized, and at the bottom, the "organism" itself measures about 2.5 inches across. Any ideas?
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