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Found 1,162 results

  1. Dromaeosaur claw?

    Hey guys, I have had this claw in my collection for a few months now, I was told that this was a dromaeosaur claw. I wanted to get it looked at by the forum since I’m still just an amateur when it comes to fossils. Was hoping to get some thoughts on it. Thanks!
  2. Another Bone to ID Please

    Hey all, some folks I know around here own land by Dinosaur Provincial Park and were kind enough to not only let me explore their land but also surface collect. This particular bone I’m unsure about. It’s pretty sun bleached. Maybe a Hadrosaur foot bone of some sort?
  3. Hey guys, I saw this shown as a “raptor”/dromaeosaur claw. What do you guys think? Is it dromaeosaurid? Is it a dinosaur claw?
  4. One more Judith river weirdo

    One more odd one - again, Judith river formation northern Montana. Weird asymmetry that’s got me wondering. Found in the same location as a bunch of other Dino bones - almost like a washout. Crocs, meat eaters, hadrosaurs, all in the same a spot
  5. Judith River formation vert

    Found yesterday near the milk river, Judith river formation. The biggest vert we’ve found for sure. Several other fairly large verts nearby that seemed to be hadrosaur, but not sure - and still 1/2 the size. Lots and lots of meat eater bones as well. -sorry the photos are rotated
  6. Hey guys, I saw this listed as a dinosaur egg with developing dinosaur. I have heard that dinosaur eggs with developing dinosaurs are extremely expensive so I am a little skeptical about this. Any thoughts on it?
  7. Help Identifying Hell Creek Bones

    I've just cleaned up a big batch of Hell Creek bones and I'm struggling to ID a few of them. I have some ideas as to a few, but others I'm clueless (and I'm sure some won't be able to be ID'd beyond indeterminate dino/reptile bone). These four are all pretty big. The largest, second from the right, is just over 6.5 inches. I've attached a picture of that one before I repaired it as it has very thick walls. That bone and second from the left are very heavy for their size, so I'm assuming they're theropod (probably leg bones). I haven't a clue with the other two, but they're an odd shape.
  8. Hi I’m wondering if these are real? And if they are, are they actually from Spain?
  9. Sheared Dinosaur Vertebra

    Hi I acquired this vertebra a few weeks back: Im not sure if it’s an iguanodon or polacanthus. Time will tell. I thought it was interesting as it appears to have sheared either prior to or after fossilisation.
  10. Ceratopsian frill?

    I posted this a while ago, but I’ve cleaned it up and taken a different angle of the agatized inside. Montana milk river Judith formation. It seems to have the vessel grooves on one side, but is obviously very worn. Agatized heavily only the inside but even visible from the outside. the agatized portion looks super similar to another bone found in the area (fourth pic). I don’t know how the agate process works, but the one the fourth picture that sure seems like a bone has the same agate characteristics as the “frill” -or... maybe it’s a rock again- fourth picture is a different “bone” just to show the agatization
  11. Hey guys, I saw this listed as a ornithopod footprint. Do you guys think it’s real? Also what dinosaur could it be? Thanks!
  12. Hello, I'm new on this forum and I've got a fossil of which I don't know what it is so I thought I'd ask. It's from the Kem Kem. I don't know which formation but it comes from Taouz. Only one side has been preparated. I haven't preparated the other side because it's a pretty thin bone and I'm afraid it might break. It seems like it has broken and been repaired before. Also, there's an Onchopristis tooth attached to it. I think it might be a skull fragment because of it's odd shape. Specifically I think it might be some theropod's left postorbital of which only the inside has been preparated. But there aren't a lot of Kem Kem skulls to compare it to. So it might be something entirely else. Any ideas as to what it could be would be highly appreciated. Top view Front view
  13. Hi Guys and Girls, as you can see im really a new member. im currently searching for a good Carcharodontosaurus tooth and i found this one. It would be great if you could tell me if its real or not and in which condition it is and for which price i should buy that. best regards, this forum is phantastic! Phil
  14. Hi i’m Wondering if this this would be the shape of some sort of dinosaur footprint?
  15. Hadrosaur Teeth

    Hey all, I found one tooth that’s certainly from a hadrosaur a while back, and I found this other one sitting right beside it but it’s pretty funky looking. Hoping you could tell me if it’s a hadrosaur tooth as well or just a suspicious rock. (Bottom one in the pic with the measuring tape) Thanks!
  16. Two more verts that I am interested in getting. But, figured I would check before commiting. First one is described as a Pachycephalosaurus tail vert, but looking online, it seems pretty difficult to tell these from other small dinos like Thescelosaurus. So, any thoughts would be great. It is 2.6 cm long and described as being from Late Cretaceous, Lance Creek Formation, Niobrara County, Wyoming. Second is just described as dinosaur vertebrae. Possibly Dacentrurus (which is a type of stegosaur apparently) From Kimmeridge Clay, Dorset. It is 10cm by 9cm by 4.5 cm. Seller says he confident it is a dinosaur and not a plesiosaur because of the open, large bone cells. Hope these look good, Pachycephalosaurus is, along with Baryonyx, my favorite dinosaur. Thanks as always.
  17. Hello again, while looking for more preserved dinosaurian remains I found this: It is from a bequest/inheritance so little is known by the family selling it except that it was bought at an auction in the US and properly declared to customs. It was told to be a pelvic bone of a juvenile triceratops. It measures roughly length: 25cm, width: 18cm, width: 8 cm and the weight is roundabout 2.5 kg. If it is a real pelvic bone to me it looks very worn or in a bad shape. What puzzles me is the black part of rock you can see in the bottom right corner of some pictures... On the other hand it is the first complete/intact pelvic bone I was able to find... What is your opinion on this piece? Is it real or a concretion? Is it a pelvic bone and to which species can (if even possible given the poor information) it be narrowed down? Is it worth to be collected? Thanks in advance!
  18. Kem Kem Mixed bones

    Hello, I know assorted bones can be difficult, but I'm wondering if anyone can recognise any of these mixed bones? Labelled as Kem Kem Dinosaur, possibly Spinosaurus. Anyone has any idea. Whether bone, kem kem, dinosaur or spino, that would be much appreciated. Cheers
  19. Edmonton Formation Fossil

    Found these in Edmonton in a creek below a coal seam. Unsure if this was actually the KT line. I know Edmontosaur specimens have been found nearby. Any information would be helpful, thank you!
  20. Spinosaurid Vertebra?

    I'm looking for a little help identifying this bone from the Kem Kem Beds. It looks to part of a vertebra - it's almost 6 inches long so I immediately thought that narrows it down to being a partial Spinosaurid or Charcharodontosaurus vertebra. After spending ages looking through previous post and searching for detailed pictures of vertebrae, I came to the conclusion it belongs to a Spinosaurid (Spinosaurus or Sigilmassasaurus) because the shape just looks wrong for Carch (although there isn't much to go off for Carch vertebrae). Just looking for some input as to whether I'm correct as I know some members are far more familiar with Kem Kem bones. Would you say this looks like a partial Spino vertebra or is it far too fragmentary to say?
  21. Tyrannosaurid Tooth

    From the album Judith River fm. Fossil Finds

    Probably my best find from that trip, this is so far the largest self found theropod tooth in my collection. It either belongs to Gorgosaurus or Daspletosaurus, though it is difficult to determine. Tyrannosauridae indet. (Either Gorgosaurus, Daspletosaurus or another taxon). Judith River fm.
  22. Ornithomimid Claw

    From the album Judith River fm. Fossil Finds

    One of my favorite finds from my trip to Montana last summer, a foot claw from an ornithomimid. Probably not identifiable beyond the family level. Ornithomimdae sp. Judith River fm.
  23. Hey guys, I saw this listed as a dinosaur inside an egg with embryo. I have never seen a dinosaur egg with a dinosaur still inside before. Any thoughts on it? It was found in Arizona I think and seller claims that this could be a never discovered before dinosaur.
  24. Hello all please could some actually tell me if this is a real spino tooth if possible I've very new in collecting and I wanted to start small with my children as I've order them replicas of a trex tooth and a annimite sorry bad spelling I know but I order this off a seller on Amazon and I just want some more insight in to withers this is really or not and I'm sorry it I have a bad camera (some reason I can't upload a photo my size is to big so if possible could some send me a really picture of a spino tooth and I'll check for some similar that is about it and also I could send the link that I ordered it from if this is allowed many thanks nimble
  25. Croc or dino vert?

    I saw this pair for sale, before buying, I figured I'd check if they are dino as listed rather than crocodile. If anyone could take a look, that would be great. Described as two caudal verts, larger one repaired. From Kem Kem Basin. They are small, the cube pictured is 1cm.
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