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  1. Hey TFF Members! If you saw the last video I shared, we took our buddy Bob from Canada out Echinoid hunting in Yankeetown recently. He was in town for a few days so we also had a chance to take him shark tooth hunting! We didn't find anything huge, but we found a lot of really great fossils. The teeth here are very colorful and there are a lot of them. Of course, this video isn't lacking in Cris and I's strange shenanigans Even though we didn't find anything insane, it was an amazing day spent with great people, and we found tons of cool fossils. This beats a day at the office any day! Give it a watch if you are interested and have some time
  2. Creek bed fossil

    I found this fossil a few weeks ago. It was in a creek bed that flows during the wet season but has pools in the dry. I know the creek has sandstone, but it also looks like it has limestone and possibly slate. There is also a lot of rocks containing rust. This fossil appears to be stained with it. I am located in Western Kentucky near Hopkinsville. One side looks like it is ribs. The other side is smooth and one part is unusually round. There are pockets that appear to be filled with sediment that has solidified into rock. I've added pictures from all sides and others with measurements. I will add them as replies since the files are too large. I wish I had more, but this is all I have.
  3. Back in the creek!

    This past Sunday Mrs. beachbum and myself went out jcbshark (Jeff) , shellseeker (Jack) , and Dan. jcbshark ( thanks Jeff) took us to a creek near Arcadia, FL. which we haven't been to in a couple of years and showed us a different area to hunt there. The weather was great and the water to our surprise was warm. The water in the areas we hunted varied in depth from ankle deep to chest high, but since the air temp was perfect for the day we didn't mind at all. The variety of finds was outstanding. We ended up with some firsts for us, a partial bison tooth ( thanks Jack for the id) , horse incisor . We also found a gator scute, deer tine and a bunch of shark teeth ( hemi's, mako's ,tigers) , gator teeth, a couple of verts , and others. Thanks to Jeff and the others for a fun and enjoyable day in the creek.
  4. unknown jaw bone

    Need help in id'ing this piece of jawbone. It was found in a creek near Arcadia, FL. this past Sunday. The jaw bone also has 3 teeth in it . The scale on the ruler is in cm. Thanks!
  5. Hey! New member here wondering if anyone would be interested in getting a group together for the weekend to do some creek hunting for megs, angies, whites, or other fossils. Message me if you're interested and know the area better than I (I'm from the upstate).
  6. Brand new to fossils here, and hope I’m following the rules of this forum. I recently collected some rocks from the creek behind my house in for my fish tank. I noticed that one of them has fossilized remains (I’m not sure I’m using the correct terminology here). More specifically, this was collected at (38.8069171, -77.1493230) on the surface of the creek bed in Alexandria, VA. The surrounding rocks were of all colors, shapes, and sizes. I’ve taken a picture and used my unsightly finger for scale. Could anyone inform me of what I’m seeing? I tried some google searches but was admittedly unsure how to search for this. Thank you!
  7. So one is obviouly a shell or I think its a shell, the other looks like a dragon fly wing but that is just to my untrained eye. The other has a lot of small things on it.
  8. Tooth?

    Hello all! I found this in a north central Texas creek. I’m pretty sure it’s a tooth. Any ideas?
  9. Alabama fossil ID

    Hello! I'm new to the forum and have a fossil I need some help with. I am very familiar with crinoids, as I grew up in north-central Alabama and they're everywhere. However, I'm not sure what this one is. It was found in Blount County, AL in a creek. Here are photos of the entire piece with two areas circled, and a couple of closer-ups. The bit in the upper left of the first photo looks like plant material to me, but I'm not sure about the rest. I'm happy to provide more photos or info if it would help. Thanks for your help!
  10. Tyrannosaur tooth

    Hello would this be a rex or nano tooth its form hell creek formation ?
  11. Unknown fossil, maybe tooth

    Found this while sifting in a creek in Summerville SC and it resembles a tooth as far as I can tell. Definitely worn down and root broken off so ID is difficult, but it looks like a damaged whale tooth, but was wondering if that's an accurate guess.
  12. Park by my house in NE Ohio had a little rock fall and i had looked through what came down. Also i posted awhile back in fossil ID was told they were conulariid anyways I found another with these shell clusters http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/79582-i-dont-want-to-get-my-hopes-up-trilobite/&
  13. Hey guys! Our buddy Jake (DALLMYD on YouTube) hit us up to take him on his first ever Megalodon Shark Tooth Hunt! So we took him out a couple weeks ago and did our best to make sure he had a successful day! We ended up with some pretty awesome finds by the end of it. Sounds like he's hooked and will be coming back to hunt fossils again. You'll notice a change in the quality on this video. Jake let us use a lot of their footage for ours as well, so huge thanks to him and his camera man Justin for that!
  14. Hey y'all! @Cris and I went out for another Megalodon Shark tooth hunt and I am happy to say the Fossil God's decided to bless me greatly, but unfortunately did not decide to bless Cris Now our friendship is on the line but I guess it is okay because I have fossils. Bahahaa! Check out the video if you're interested and get some time and if you wanna watch Cris try to steal my fossils. Such great times!
  15. Juvenile Megalodon Jackpot!

    Hey y'all! @Cris and I just got out for another trip the other day. We went back to the same spot where that huge Meg came from in the last post I shared here. We ended up doing pretty dang good again with some really nice juvenile Megalodon teeth!
  16. Old bone

    Hey everyone! I found this bone in a north Texas creek. It’s obviosly very old and worn. I find bones all the time and I leave most of them where they are. This one looks very old to me so I brought it home. Any ideas about what it could be? Thank’s!
  17. Small bone found in north Texas creek

    I found this bone while looking for shark teeth in north Texas. It appears to be fossilized or at least very old. Any ideas?
  18. Bone Fossil maybe?

    Hello, visited a relatives property In central TX recently (Near Austin) has a creek running through the property and very rocky terrain. Happened to notice this odd looking rock, not really sure what it is but didn't look like any of the others in the area. Found a few seashells that were obviously fossils but not really sure what this is so hoping someone might have an idea? Thanks!
  19. Hello everyone, this is my first post so I’m hope Im posting this in the right place. I’ve been hunting Indian artifacts here in MIssissippi for a few years now. Mostly in creeks. Just started hunting a creek on my friend’s property in Yazoo Co, MS. It is a gigantic gravel creek, it’s a little overwhelming for artifact hunting. But the creek is a treasure trove of petrified wood of all sizes. Lots of agates also. That is one rock I can identify. I go in looking for artifacts and I come out with 40 pounds of wood in my backpack. I need some suggestions on how to polish this piece of wood I found a few days ago. I know nothing about polishing or petrified wood. In the picture below, the wood is wet but of course when it dries out it’s a lot lighter. If possible, I would like it to look how it looks when it is wet, color wise. I don’t want it to be to glossy. Just want it to be a little darker and bring out the details better. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’m sure I will be asking more questions in the future, I’m finding a lot of rocks and other things that may be fossils but I am just not sure.
  20. Would appreciate some help on this one. Found at the GMR creek in Greenville nc, has peedee , yorktown and some Pleistocene stuff too, found among mako and great white teeth along with some Cretaceous shark teeth. The texture inside is interesting almost like the mastadon slivers I’ve found at gmr but not quite... maybe part of whale tooth root? Any direction is greatly appreciated, even if it is just a plain oh piece of bone, haha!
  21. Any guesses on this tooth?

    My brother and daughter went out to a small creekbed nearby (Columbia, South Carolina) hoping to find arrowheads. They came back with this tooth. Sadly I broke it as I was taking the photos. In the picture that is looking at the root of the tooth, I had to hold it together. I included one of the inside in case that helps at all. Any guesses?
  22. I found this in a creek bed near Patagonia, AZ. It has the long cylindrical hole, and also has a leaf imprint on the other side. There may be more in there, not sure. But I'm wondering especially about the cylinder. Is it something like a root? Or a clam burrow? Or something else? Thanks!
  23. KT boundary micro glass

    From the album Invertebrates and plants(& misc.)

    Debris, including micro glass "beads" from melted earth ejected into the air, from the KT boundary burn layer. Garfield county, Montana, Hell Creek formation. Late cretaceous (duh) *i added "misc." to this album because this didn't fit anywhere, and I thought it was really cool and should definitely be included somewhere. **There could even be vaporized dinosaur material as part of the glass and melted debris included. There definitely was plenty of it, but I guess realistically, unless it became evenly spread into the atmosphere and airborne debris, this is too small an amount of ejecta, and by percentage such a minuscule amount of vaporized dino, so sadly there probably isn't any.
  24. Post Oak Creek Mix

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