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Found 43 results

  1. What is this fossil?

    Found this in The group near a creek
  2. Baryonyx tooth?

    Hello, I found this tooth being sold online and I was wondering whether it could be a Baryonyx. The seller doesn't know the locality or the species, to me it looks more crocodile like but I could be wrong. Regards, indominus rex
  3. My Theropod collection

    Just starting to get into theropod teeth. Surprised this didn’t happen many many years ago as I was obsessed with Jurassic Park as a kid. After many a times searching on this amazing forum, stumbling across @Troodon‘s Jurassic threads and late night boredom searches through everyone’s favorite online auction site I decided it’s time to expand the collection. I’ve primarily been into shark teeth in my short time getting into fossils serious. I’ve had some stuff since I was a kid but a work trip to Charleston 2 years ago has led a new obsession that’s branching into others... Some spinosaurus indet that I got from the Tucson show a while back Carcharodontosaurus A raptor species of some sort Starting of with some Moroccoan stuff for now as it’s heavily available and not too harsh on the wallet. Really would like to get into some North American theropods but kinda clueless on where to start and where to purchase from. I don’t mind using online auction sites for the Moroccan stuff but I’m hesitant on the NA stuff in there. If you guys have any recommendations please PM me some recommendations. Thanks for looking and please feel free to share pictures of your collection with me.
  4. Rib?

    So, I have a curiosity. I have been, as you may already know, preparing a pair of Edmontosaurus ribs that I obtained, (original location presently unknown, but I can find out.) As I have been piecing the bits together, I have found that I have a third piece that I have reassembled that does not match either rib, nor does it match the material of either rib, but I have been assured they were found in association. It definitely seems like it could be another rib, but I'm not convinced it's from the same critter, or even type of critter. Any thoughts would be appreciated!
  5. Coral fossil or just a skeleton?

    Does anyone jnow if this is a coral fossil or just a coral skeleton?
  6. Halszkaraptor Drawing

    Hello, @Darko has been lately posting some Paleo art of prehistoric creatures that were absolutely stunning, so I felt like giving it a try. Today I drew a picture of what is to me one of the most interesting Raptors to ever exist. A species of raptor with the nickname "murder swan", was discovered in Mongolia. This raptor was one of the few semi aquatic theropods, it had the body of a raptor, the legs of a crane, the claws of a raptor and the head of a swan. This drawing is dedicated to @DatFossilBoy and @Darko. I hope you guys like it. Regards.
  7. Possible prints

    Some stuff I found today wondering if they might be possible footprints? I will load pictures one at a time due to file limit.
  8. dino/reptile Kem Kem

    Hey all, I've got a ID-question myself now: I'm not sure about the 2nd from above? Would others be right? (I can 't get my hands on more pictures)
  9. Dinosaur Bones

    Ive had these forever. I may have gotten these from a little rockshop in Hanksville Utah about 26 years ago. Earnest Shirleys Rockshop. he's long gone now. Was a really nice old man. anyways, i am trying to get whatever info on these before I put them up for sale. One looks like some kind of toe bone, the others some kind of verts. May not even be from a dinosaur? Thanks RB
  10. Possible Dino egg?

    I found this years ago, and I just pulled this out of my closet... Any ideas on whether this is a coincidence or actually a Dino egg? And what type?? Thanks!
  11. Dinosaur bone?

    I found this in my backyard in raubsville PA it was down about a foot in the ground.
  12. Dino vertebra? North Dakota

    A co-worker just handed me this bone and picture. Wanted to know about it. Found in North Dakota. Thanks! *more info, from western N Dakota Hell Creek formation. Skull around 3 feet
  13. This pack of fossils is on a website which if you don’t know I’ll privately message it to you if you wish. While to me the website and the fossils look good, the fact that the fossils are I believe from Morocco and the fact that they are barely under $20. Makes me question if there’s a catch with these. Please tell me what you think.
  14. Is this Dino egg real ? Or just a rock?
  15. Hey yall Im looking for untouched fossils to practice prepping. Dont really care what it is. To trade I have casts of a Acrocanthrosaurus footprint. I made these from a trackway were I live. They can be seen here Please email me info at glenn@drivetanks.com
  16. Thought to be a fake, but tests confirm it’s the real deal: http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/halszkaraptor-dinosaur-fossil-1.4052005
  17. Tiny Mystery Tooth: Dino? Croc? Mos?

    I found this tiny tooth today looking through some matrix I had previously searched. I always search any matrix at least a second time after re-cleaning it. The matrix is from a Cretaceous river site here in North Carolina. The site is Black Creek Group, Bladen Formation. It is mainly marine, but many dinosaur teeth and bones are found there. My first thought was croc (Leidysuchus?), far posterior. But soemthing does not look right to me for it to be that. Looking for your thoughts. The tooth is 6.5 mm long, 4.9 mm wide and 4.1 mm tall. I apologize for the pics, my digital microscope is on the fritz. I edited these to try and get the best pictures I could.
  18. Dromaeosaur

    Dinosaur teeth from North Carolina are rare and have only been found in a handful of locations. Other than one well known location, these other sites are kept very close to the vest for obvious reasons. Most North Carolina collectors will never find one. This tooth is a Dromaeosauridae, probably the most common theropod known from North Carolina. My tentative I.D. ?Sauronitholestes langstoni is based on photographs of a tooth that has been positively I.D.'d by Dr. David Schwimmer from the same site where I found this tooth. Once I get a confirmation or negative assessment I will either remove the question marks from my I.D. or just assign it as Dromaeosauridae indet.
  19. I went also to see the abîme de Bramabiau where you can see Dino tracks,you walk under a fossil river bed
  20. "Charlie Edwards was enjoying a birthday 'sleepover' at the world famous attraction when he noticed the error. Charlie realised a silhouette display which was meant to represent an Oviraptor - a small carnivore with a parrot-like beak - was in fact a completely different dinosaur." Full story here! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/07/28/natural-history-museum-changes-dinosaur-display-10-year-old/
  21. Fossils? Found in Pennsylvania

    I put water on the rock to clean the dirt off
  22. Fossil?

  23. Dinosaur bone fragments?

  24. Fossil if so what is it?

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