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Found 82 results

  1. 10 Years

    On Sept. 23 2010 a basically novice fossil collector was looking online trying to I.D. some shark teeth from Lee Creek. While he had been "collecting" for more than a decade it was not a truly serious hobby. While surfing the web he stumbled upon this fledgling thing called the fossil forum. Something told this guy to go ahead and become a member. When asked for a screen name, even though his name was Don he decided on sixgill pete. That was because one of his grandsons had called him that on a hunt. Well the rest is history. 10 years later to the day, he is still a member. Still learning, but now way to serious about these things we call fossils. I have met a lot of great people because of our forum, and unfortunately have lost a few of the great ones too. So I say, thanks to everyone for having me and putting up with me for these 10 years.
  2. Pterosaur Big Brook or broken bone

    So I've been meaning to put up a couple threads on this forum for a while now. I am really psyched about figuring this one out because i'm hoping its a {terosaur tooth! Its hard to Id because of a tip fracture, its hard to tell if its just a bone or what. Also I want to get this "coral" quartz rock ID'd and it is tied to another thread i'm making. Link here;
  3. lil rocks with teeth ???????

    found these on a old railroad track looks like teeth , but could be a plant fossil dont know . just sounds cool when people thinks its dinosaur teeth
  4. Tiouraren Formation tooth?

    Hi everyone, I saw this tooth online listed as a theropod tooth from the Tiouraren FM and was wondering what you all think about it. From my knowledge, Kem Kem teeth can have white preservation too so that’s why I’m unsure about this tooth. Tooth is supposedly from Tiouraren Formation of the Agaves region of Niger Length is .74”
  5. Hello guys and gals! I would like your views on something my best friend and I found some time ago. We were out on a little road trip and stumbled upon a pile of dredged up shells and what not. Always looking for something interesting, we went ahead and took a few scoops worth home. What we found piqued our interest. Something that looked like a wing. It felt like plastic so my friend held a lighter to it. Didn’t do anything, no smoke no smell. We got to searching the net and a number of things came up that looked vaguely familiar. Nothing we could definitively match it to though. Now it’s been a while, it’s been sitting on a bookshelf in my house, and today I picked it up again. Again looking at it, searching the net, and thinking could it be…. I don’t know. Based on what I found on the net and with some imagination I thought it could be part of a small flying dinosaur like Microraptor or Archaeopteryx or something similar. Hopes are high, I must say. Could be something entirely different. I’m not even sure this is an actual fossil or just some dried out wing from a species that still exists. My gut says it’s old, but I’m skeptical at the same time. Most fossils from the Jurassic and before are stone imprints (I'm sure that’s not the correct terminology) whereas this is an actual piece of a creature, perhaps petrified? Anyway, please have a gander at the photos and tell me what you think. https://photos.app.goo.gl/ALryjDDDM2rW84948
  6. Unknown Dino vert?

    Hi, I purchased this unprepared, and was wondering what type of animal it came from? It’s from the lance fm, @jpc @Troodon@hadrosauridae, work your magic, please!
  7. Possible theropod bone

    Hi everyone, this is a dinosaur bone I’ve been prepping, it was found on the lance fm in WY, it seems hollow and I was wondering if you could tell me if it’s a T-rex bone or a different theropod species, 8 1/4 by 3 1/2 TIA.
  8. Unknown fossil

    Hi all, I was wondering if anyone knew what this was? I have absolutely no idea. It was found in the hell creek fm in South Dakota. TIA
  9. Is this a fossil?

    Hi guys, I have found an egg-like potential fossil, but I am totally amateur to the topic yet a very intuitive person, and as I was googling how to know if it really is a fossil or not I have stumbled upon this forum and thought to start a thread. Please help me find out if this is a fossil or just a pseudo one
  10. Large Dino bone

    Hi, I bought this bone unprepared a few weeks ago and was wondering if anyone had any idea of what type of bone it is and what it came from?(it was identified as a T-Rex gastralia by the seller)
  11. Dinosaur bone

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone could tell me what this is? It is 1 3/4 inches by 1 inch, and most likely from the hell creek formation.
  12. Marks on a dino bone

    Hi, I have this piece of titanosaurid femur: There are big depressions: and it is covered with scratches: do you know if it is erosion, scavenging .. ?
  13. Nj Cretaceous Possible Dino tooth/claw?

    Found on a gravel bar in NJ Cretaceous stream. Doesn't appear to have a root hole for a tooth. Its tapered like a claw would be, but I don't really have a good picture showing that. Any idea what it could be and from what?
  14. barnicles shell

    found in paso robles california
  15. English Dino/Croc bone

    Hi, I brought this bone from the Bathonian of Oxfordshire. I suspected it was crocodile or dinosaur. It would be nice to hear some opinions on this specimen.
  16. Nodules on Fossilized Bone

    What are the round nodules on this piece of fossilized bone? I suspect there is some lichen on the top of bone on photo 2. These run in size from 1mm to 5mm. Any ideas?
  17. Hello all, I saw one seller online listing this piece for auction. I'm interested in bidding but the fact the seller is from Taiwan worries me. Other than that, the egg looks nice. Seller says it might be a small tyrannosaurus or large therapod egg. Locality is noted as "East Asia", which I assume is china. And the description says this is from an old Chinese collection exported in the 80s. Cretaceous of East Asia. Best wishes
  18. Kem Kem bones thread

    Hello everybody, this is all my new bones from morocco, i need many precision on it, if you could. I know they are few publication of Kem Kem but you coule maybe help me. Firstly, i have those two vert, i don’t have idea for the identification. The smallest is clearly a reconstruction, perhaps with a piece of rib.
  19. Possible skull?

    I know its highly unlikely but the more I look at this the more I'm convinced it's a fossilised skull. It seems to have a clear line where mouth should be and it's very symmetrical. Any help with identification (or refution) would be greatly appreciated.
  20. Hi All, I have a question for those of you out there who know more about dinosaurs than I do. I recently picked up a grallator track that's about 5" long from Massachusetts. I'm thinking it would be cool to display this along with a tooth or two from a similar dinosaur. Obviously we don't know what species of dinosaur made the track, but does anyone know roughly what type/size of tooth I should try to find that would be a reasonable match for the type of dinosaur that likely would have made the track? While we're at it, I'd also be curious to know what size gastroliths this dinosaur might have had inside of it, if anyone knows. Thinking it could be fun to piece together a little set of parts roughly related to this track. For reference, here's the thread where I showed a picture of the track in question. Thank you!!
  21. Dino eggs prospecting

    Last Week-end I went in the area of Aix en Provence in South of France. i wanted to find some clues of dinosaur eggs for further digging next spring. I wealked in the red badlands of the region, with nice sun and landscapes. I finally found eggshells fragments, coming from destroyed eggs because of the rain. I also spotted a few eggs in section. Enjoy the pictures ! CAN YOU SPOT THE SHELLS ? HALF EGG ABOUT 20 CM IN THE STONE
  22. Found in southern New Mexico. Appears to be a tooth. Not modern, made out of rock. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you
  23. Dino egg?

    Going thru my box of geodes and found what possibly could be Dino egg...need help to identify this fossil...found this in northern Iowa in my husband’s grandmother’s rocks outside in her flower bed...may not originally be from Iowa. Approximate Measurements: 5” long. 10.1cm wide 4” wide. 7.6cm wide
  24. Bone to ID

    Hi ! I spent lot of time cleaning this bone fossil from the sticky matrix It is in a bad shape, but i think it could be interesting. It comes from continental late cretaceous. Side 1 Side 2 Top Bottom Special crack in waves Section
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