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So while I was at the beautfiul Dinopark Altmühltal I found there a complete history of ALL Archeopterxs that where ever found. All where found in central Bavaria Enjoy The very first found (No number, so let's call it zero) was actually just a feather. To sum it up: 13 fossils found + the feather 1 lost in Germany (Number 3) 1 in Wyoming/USA (Number 10) 1 in UK (Number 1) 1 in Netherlands (Number 4) 9 in Germany + the feather I hope you can read everything.
Almost all of us involved in the hobby get asked where can I find sharks teeth. After you learn the hobby you will understand why it is not a good idea to give out information on your hunting spots. Although, some of us do want to help others in what we find to be a fun hobby. I made this video to use to help people starting out. I made it in order for the beginners to try to understand where to search and hunt. Hunting for sharks teeth or fossils can be a very enjoyable hobby. It is basically about understanding geology and then going out into the field and putting in the time to search. It is not as easy as it appears online. The two primary ingredients are time and effort. In the beginning you will only find bits and pieces but as time passes you will find better ones
tresdavis16 posted a topic in Questions & AnswersHi I live in Northern california, Humboldt County, and i was wondering where is a good place to start looking for fossils? i'm completely new at this. any information to help me get started would be highly appreciated.