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  1. This is not a joke, I'm not trying to get attention, I want people to know the truth so that they can form their OWN conclusions based on scientific fact. What I'm presenting has not been tampered with as to fool you. I have kept it minimal. If you are really interested then you must see it in person. I'm near Reserve, NM. FACT: A HEART CAN BE CRYSTALLIZED. FIRST IMAGES - Illustration of heart filled (taken from youtube video "heart anatomy"), then heart emptying, then heart empty). Notice the shape of the heart when emptied. I bet a lot of you didn't know t
  2. Discovery.mode

    What are these? Anything good here ?

    Any of these any good? What am I digging? It has a shell? And little egg lookin things on it. Some of the dinosaur look in things have turned to Crystal too
  3. Lducharme842

    Is this real or man made

    Is this real or man made? Unsure what it is
  4. boomershouse

    Rock, mineral type need help

    I keep running across this rock or mineral not sure what it is. Number one has a miniature cavity/geode.
  5. Guest

    crystal_touchup2.jpg

    Again, Since some were interested in the crystals within this rock I cleaned it up for a better view.
  6. Guest

    crystal_touchup.jpg

    Since some were interested in the crystals within this rock I cleaned it up for a better view.
  7. turtlefoot

    Crystalized fossil or a pipe dream?

    I have a rock feature that I am a bit doubtful, but hopeful about. I have a few "crystalized" fossils and have seen some very nice ones from near my hunting area also posted. This does mean that there are some out there. This little feature measures almost 11mm long and is 6mm wide. In hand, the left side really looks like a head segment of some sort with the line and what does look like two eye spots. The main area has what looks like segment end features going around the sides. The square crystal feature in the center is a totally new one for me. I have found literally hundreds, if no
  8. Paxthamost420

    Value of fossil

  9. Furious Tumblnachos

    Crystal or fossil?

    My family sent me this pic looking for ID, any idea what it is?
  10. Lil Puck

    Found a crystalized fossil

    We found this in a load of gravel. I was hoping someone would be able to help identify it for us. Thank you!!
  11. Hi to Forum members; I am an amateur rock collector who likes to look for fossils. For the most part I have not found anything fantastic but I am hopeful. I kindly request any information and or comments about a recent flint specimen from my back garden in Ipswich, Tuddenham Road. I have other photos of the flint that show unusual structures. On those photos, I used my photo app to adjust the exposure to get more fine detail. If it will help, I would gladly share. Also from my back garden, I found a petrified seed/pod/nut shell. Can someone help me identify what it is
  12. Ok so is this a bug, leaf, pine cone or just random crystal formation. But if not random how does it turn to crystal.
  13. Crazyhen

    Crystallized wood fossil

    This is said to be a crystallized wood fossil from Liaoning, China. Do you think it is a wood fossil or simply a crystal ?
  14. KimTexan

    Crystal/Fossil ID

    A friend of mine found this recently in the area of Belton, Texas in the undivided early Cretaceous. He sent me the pic and asked if I knew what kind of crystal it was. I didn’t know so I asked him if I could post it here for him. I’m not so curious about the fossil clam as the type of crystal it is. If you need more pics it may take a while, because I think he is out of town for a while. @ynot It does not look like calcite really, but I suppose it could be. It just looks harder than that. I forgot to ask him to do a hardness scratch test. Let me know if you have any
  15. I found this rock about 20 years ago while hiking a piece of property I was considering buying, which was perched on a high bluff over looking the Illinois River. I picked it up because of the beautiful druzy crystals on it. I have been cleaning quartz crystals this week, which I found a few weeks ago near Hot Springs, AR. I was using Iron out to remove the iron stains. Anyway, I have kept this rock in my kitchen window so it could catch the sunlight and sparkle for me all these years. It is not the finest home decor, but definitely my style. I picked it up today to
  16. Eck

    is this a fossil

    Just becoming very excited about fossils, Minerals, our awesome planet. I found this on the property we just bought. It looks like a crystalized snake fossil.
  17. Georgia13

    Indentification please?!

    Found this near a cliff on the beach in the north east of England unsure what it is?
  18. Lizdedmon

    Anyone know what this is

    Looks strange but i know its cool looking
  19. Darko

    Some type of Crystal?

    I found these pieces in a Cement Marl Stone near fossilized shells,can anyone tell me what is this?
  20. PetrifiedDoubleGulp

    Palmoxylon Citrine?

    I found this a while back, and I wanted to get your opinions. it has rings at either end, and the texture of the palm parts that remain have a lengthwise tubular structure. You can also see what look like grid-like 'cells' under the 10x loupe. It looks like it broke open at some point, revealing a really astounding bunch of glittering citrine crystals
  21. Hello again! Please find below some pictures of fossils/rocks that my parents have recently given to me (they were happy to get rid of this "junk" and they figured that I might be able to get some answers regarding their identity here on TFF). Item #1: My mom acquired this piece when she was visiting family in Italy, specifically my dad's hometown of Vittorio Veneto, Treviso, Veneto. She thinks it might be a piece of fossilized wood - what do you think? Item #2: I believe my dad found this rock, but I have no idea where - maybe on one of his walks arou
  22. Jeff C.

    What have I got

    Hi, wondering if this could be a fossilized tooth? 8 hardness all around.
  23. lcborgmann

    Crystallized Fossil Identification?

    Hello! Would anyone have any clue what this fossil is or if it is even a fossil? It was found on the top side of a rock in northern Tennessee, about 1/4 of a mile up a hill from a creek-bed.
  24. PetrifiedDoubleGulp

    Appraising Fossils

    Howdy, I'm not actively attempting to sell this find, but am curious to hear your thoughts as to the value of this particular specimen. It was removed from a large block of limestone. The shell was mostly preserved, as it was facing inward. The matrix was carefully worked near the opening, revealing a more solid mass of forms underneath. I believe that in this case there is some soft tissue preservation near the opening. I know that's a bit incendiary, but the textures definitely resemble snail skin. The most amazing thing about this specimen is the crystallization, which can bee seen on
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