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Found 11 results

  1. Fossilized reptile Egg?

    Hi, I grew up in Nebraska and somewhere or another I found this stone. We used to find lots of Mastodon Teeth, Camel teeth etc. in the Platte River Valley. And I know Nebraska was an ocean a long long time ago so occasionally we'd come across Megalodon teeth as well. I found this though. The backside is very smooth and round, it has what looks to be a well defined yolk like interior and what looks to my untrained eye to be a cross section of a small skull/cranium with beak like end. I would like to know if this is what I think it is.
  2. Is this really a fossilized Egg?

    Hello everyone, quite a few years ago, I found the following "fossil?" but can´t remember if i found it in the Alps or at the Baltic sea, but probably at the second one. For me it looked like a fossilized Egg, so I kept it. For me the egg shell is clearly visible (also on the back) and also the "egg yolk" on the top. I couldn´t find anything similar on the Internet. Each space on the Background is 0.5 * 0.5 cm and the pictures show the object from above and the back. Can anyone help me identify it, should it really be an egg, age and animal would really interest me? Is it even a fossil or just some strange formed Mineral? Thank you in advance for everyone. I´m a complete amateur and every help is appreciated.
  3. I found this in the valley in a rock pile from an old rock avalanche in West Vail, CO. I've given it to my son's 4th grade class to figure out as well. Thanks for any leads.
  4. Greetings! We found this fossilized egg on the banks of the clay cliffs in Maryland. We frequently find fossilized shark teeth, stingray jaws, whale vertebrae, and megalodon teeth on the same banks. It was a round/oval shape with a crack in the top and we proceeded to break it open (not the best idea now!). You can clearly see the yolk and egg layers. We would love any help identifying it! Thank you!
  5. Fossilized Egg ?

    I found this on a golf course in MA. It is so symmetrical and resembles other seemingly legitimate eggs here. The continuity of the surface and lack of "inclusions" make it hard for me to think it's a rock. Any thoughts ? I can send better pictures to those who may care..... Thanks. -Bill
  6. Hi i recently found this rock out n the country by an old timers porch whom gave this fossil to me it has rough putting pours surface parts, its a hatched uncollapsed egg. Very cool 100% legit lucky find.... but what is it?! And i hope it finds a home sometime soon
  7. Is this a fossilized egg?

    First, I apologist if my English grammar has problems because I'm not native. I found it in Binh Thuan, Vietnam which looks very much like a egg fossil.
  8. Dinosaur egg or not?

    I think I discovered what looks like a fossilized egg. I have included a few pics, hope they help with an ID! Thanks in advance
  9. Can anyone provide any input about this fossil. Appears to be some kind of egg, the size of a standard business card. Found by the south east coast of NC.
  10. is this a fossilized egg?

    Hi, I found this at Pelican lake, MN about 35 years ago. Is it possibly a fossilized egg?
  11. Possible Egg.?.

    Hello All, I am an amatuer Fossil Hound. A friend turned me on to this exciting and sometimes very rewarding activity. Living in N.E. Michigan along Lake Huron with a constantly changing rocky shoreline, there is always the prospect of something new tumbling ashore to find. Last week I decided to shift my searching from away from the waterline, where all rocks are dry, to searching for specimens in the water. After a few yards I came across this curious piece. It was found as is. I didn't even get the satisfaction of cracking it open. The resemblance to an egg is quite striking. Basically the top half is exposed with a small portion evident on the bottom of the stone. This shoreline was created by glacier activity and aside from the normal churning of the rocks by wave activity each winter the shoreline is essentially replaced by ice build up. The ever changing ice line is subjected to forces from incoming waves that pulls rocks from the bottom, often 6' - 8' deep average, sometimes deeper, sometimes shallower, that are tossed up and onto the top of the ice which eventually make their way to the shoreline and often many yards up the ridge that makes up the shoreline. The surrounding area is full several varieties of early coral animals. A Lime Stone bed is typical of the area. I prefer soft boiled. What about you? I am looking forward to read what others thoughts are about this piece.
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