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Found 19 results

  1. This is said to be a dinosaur footprint from Ganzhou, China. It measures 50cm in length. It is convex (rather than being a concave depression). Do you think it is really a footprint?
  2. Do you think this clutch of eggs from Ganzhou, China is genuine?
  3. What's your view on the authenticity of this egg? It is 16cm in length, still largely embedded in matrix. This egg was said to be just dug up from Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China.
  4. Is this a genuine dinosaur egg? Is the shell intact? This egg is from Ganzhou, Jiangsu of China. It is 12cm in size.
  5. Egg like concretion from Ganzhou

    These round objects are found in Ganzhou with dinosaur eggs. As far as I understand, they’re not Man-made. They are very round and of the same size. What are they? Eggs or concretion?
  6. Reptile or dinosaur from Ganzhou

    Any idea if this is a small dinosaur or reptile? It’s found in Ganzhou, China. I’m sorry these are all the photos I got from the fossil collector.
  7. Is this egg genuine? Full shell?
  8. Is this a dinosaur egg or concretion? It is from Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China. If it is a dinosaur egg, does it have shell?
  9. Dinosaur/lizard from Jiangxi?

    Found in Ganzhou of Jiangxi, China. Any idea if it’s a lizard or dinosaur?
  10. This round egg-shaped object was found along with genuine dinosaur eggs at Ganzhou, Jiangxi. It is however bigger in size (diameter 18cm vs 12cm) and is dorso-ventrally depressed. Is it a dinosaur egg or concretion?
  11. Dinosaur limb?

    Found in Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China. At the same site of some dinosaur eggs, is this a limb of dinosaur? What is the part next to the limb?
  12. This egg is about 8cm long, claimed to be from Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China. Genuine?
  13. Reptile fossil from Ganzhou?

    This fossil is dug up from Ganzhou from a construction site. It looks like a reptile of unidentified species in the late Cretaceous period. Sorry, that are all the photos I got from my friend and it's not prepped. Any idea what it is?
  14. Ganzhou Turtle?

    My friend has acquired a turtle fossil from Ganzhou. It is quite big. Is it a Jiangxichelys ganzhouensis?
  15. Any idea if these are dinosaur eggs or concretion. The inside is completely crystallized like quartz. It is from Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China.
  16. Small dinosaur ID

    Subsequent to my earlier post of a "baby" dinosaur, I have finally obtained more photos of the other dinosaur specimen. This specimen is more complete and is also collected from the same locality at Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China. Any idea what species is that? The previous link to "baby dinosaur" is http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/80752-baby-dinosaur/&tab=comments#comment-851276
  17. Big and small dinosaur eggs

    This clutch of dinosaur eggs is from Ganzhou of China. Among the normal sized eggs, there is a much smaller egg. Was it part of the same clutch (like leatherback has both normal sized eggs and small unfertilized eggs), or it belonged to another animal?
  18. Construction workers discover 30 oval-shaped dinosaur eggs in perfect condition in China. The eggs were recovered while construction workers were breaking the ground near the school site with explosives.. By Sandra Wall, Science Examiner, December 31, 2017 https://sciexaminer.com/news/science/130-million-years-old-dinosaur-eggs-perfect-condition-unearthed-chinese-construction-workers-3192.html Construction workers just accidentally discovered 30 perfectly preserved dinosaur eggs By Mike Wehner, BGRcom, December 29th, 2017 http://bgr.com/2017/12/29/china-dinosaur-eggs-discovery-oviraptor/ Dozens of perfectly preserved dinosaur eggs dating back 130 Million Years are unearthed in China. Daily Mail, Dec. 28, 2017 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/peoplesdaily/article-5217959/Perfect-130-million-year-old-dinosaur-eggs-China.html Happy New Year, Paul H.
  19. These are said to be crystallized dinosaur eggs from Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China. You can see clearly the crystallization inside. Are these genuine dinosaur eggs or concretion?
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