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  1. I found this yesterday at runswick bay in Yorkshire. It's very hard. Could anyone tell me what type of creature this is, or is it just a funny shaped pebble?
  2. nice,concise(bitesize),easy on the eyes,picturewise salixbotanyeSc2g26n.pdf
  3. This Nothosaurus was on sale in china. Is it real? It Is guizhou, china just so you know
  4. I've just returned from a trip to runswick bay in Yorkshire England. here is one of my finds, it's really smooth on the outside. Maybe someone knows what it is.
  5. Found these last weekend in a marine layer (I believe Paleogene) in Northwest Colorado. There were also numerous shells and turtle scutes laying around. They are a porcelain-like (on one side), navy blue and all diamond shaped. They were all found within 15 feet of each other and I saw nothing else like it out there. There were also 8 other broken pieces as well. Any ideas?
  6. We are making a trip up to the Charleston area in August to go see the eclipse and do some fossil hunting. My daughter is 8 so I am looking for some kid friendly sites to take my her in the Charleston area. I've read a lot about the area but would really appreciate y'alls suggestions.
  7. I have a basic Diplomystus dentalus from the Green River Formation, Wyoming, U.S.A. that I want to mount in my bathroom - more as an art piece than anything else. What precautions do I need to take for humidity, etc. Thanks
  8. Hi, I just came from holiday from England and I bought this fossil in Wales while I was there. I have seen that there are many different fossils of this kind, and I'm not sure of which kind mine is. Could you help me identify it? Thanks allot, Julia kk (P.s. I haven't been on this site before so I'm not so sure if I'm doing this right...)
  9. Not sure what this is ? Anyone know ? Thanks for your help !
  10. Is this a fossil? I found it on a beach a few years ago, I thought it might be a fossil but I don't know anything about them so wasn't sure.
  11. other than the fact its 13inchs head to tail that is all I know about it. Any help would be great- thanks.
  12. It is a callobrochatus frog fossil
  13. Found this tooth today at a local private beach in Calvert County, Maryland. We are wondering if we could get some help with identification. Thanks.
  14. These are two rocks / fossils I found in the smokey hill chalk of Kansas they may or may not be fossils.
  15. Wanted to share a map of potential spots to hunt for fossils in the US. Not complete by any means but it's a start! Just planning our fossil hunting road trip this summer and though others might be doing the same Happy hunting!
  16. Hello! I've been lurking these forums for ages and made this account just to see if you all can figure this one out. I've found this tooth many years ago when I was a kid off of Apollo Beach, Florida. I think the beach is actually closed now, but of the few teeth I have from there this one always stood out. I've only got this one picture, as I've recently moved and the little bugger has been packed away in storage. I found this pic again on my laptop and my curiosity about it was peaked once more. I'm only a novice collector but I'm thinking it's a disfigured bull shark tooth? It's about the size of a quarter and very bent in places, and the blade is very flat as if it's been compressed. Any ideas on it would be helpful!
  17. hi guys i'm planning to go again in wenlock edge next thursday for some hours of hunting, not like the last time that i went for just 2h. Anyone can suggest the most productive path to follow? any advice wil be appreciated. thanks
  18. My daughter and I were fossil hunting near our farm last night and she found this. It looks like a vertebrae to me. Is it a vertebrae? If so, what might it be from?
  19. Hi guys, Here I am with the second fossil that I would like to identify . I am thinking about a cerithium but I am absolutely not sure... I purchased this fossil about 30 years ago when I was a little child and I don't have any other information on it. Could you help me, please? Thank you very much Alessio
  20. Hi there, We found this today on the beach at Walton-on-Naze, in Essex. We're keen to see if anyone can help identify the fossil. Thanks, G.
  21. Hi What is plant it? Location: Kraków ,Pychowice. Age: Campanian Helpful link: https://www.app.pan.pl/archive/published/app58/app20110024.pdf