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Found 11 results

  1. Mystery item found in western ND

    Hi everyone, I came across this object earlier this evening and I was wondering if anyone could help me figure out what it is. It was found embedded in a soft rock (soft enough to scrape away large chunks with a pocket knife) with just a small cross-section exposed. It first grabbed my attention because it appears round and hollow in cross-section, and was a different color and harder than the surrounding material. The rock it was found in was at the top of a hill, and located in western North Dakota, just barely across the border from Montana. My friend and I tried to brainstorm what it could be, but everything we could think of didn't quite seem to fit. If anyone has any ideas, I'd really appreciate it! Also willing to accept that it might just be a weird rock... Thanks! (More photos to come in the comments)
  2. Theropod bone?

    Hi, I am looking at this bone from the kem kem and i was wondering how do you tell the difference between a theropod bone and a crocodilian bone?. The bone is hollow but only a bit (the hollow part still has matrix in it), does the morphology of this bone suggest theropod? Thanks.
  3. I bought this in a market in Chiapas, Mexico. They told me that it was from San Juan Cancuc, Chiapas, Mexico and it was found underwater. I have no other info. I have noticed some line marks inside the tube.
  4. These are not labeled as any specific bone, but I'm very curious as to what they are. I can't even imagine what the "bone" inside another bone would b! I'm assuming it's not marrow. It's supposed to be from a hollow boned dino. Someone I asked who isn't a novice, but works more with mammal fossils, said the only thing he can think of that he's seen like that, is a tusk. I'm guessing the second bone(pic 3&4)is the same type of situation, if not the actual same type of bone, that at one point had the filled in center also.
  5. Hollow Reptile Egg Fossil

    Hey guys! I'm curious about this egg fossil I've got here – it's been preserved with its hollow shell intact and sort of crystalized. I know there are loads of these eggs out there, but I've never seen one like this before so I'm wondering how unusual it really is. The other egg seems to be solid when held under a bright light. Here's what I know about it: – Ophidienovum sp – From a snake, I think – Tertiary/Miocene – From Mainz, Germany – Eggs are 2cm long Would love to hear your input!
  6. Found this while fossil hunting in Lyme Regis U.K. I’m pretty new to this and stumped so if anyone can help me figure out what it is...
  7. Hi everyone, I saw this nice small bone fossil for sale online and the seller has it listed as a possible unidentified Pterosaur fossil. It is from the Kem Kem and is just over 1.5 inches long. It is hollow inside and i just want to hear the possibility of this being a Pterosaur bone. Are there any other groups of animals this fossil could belong to? Birds or theropod dinosaurs? or maybe fish?. I know that Pterosaurs and other animals are poorly understood from that formation so i guess it is near impossible to tell, but maybe it could be narrowed down. Thanks.
  8. Bone Shard, Humerus? Cretaceous?

    Curious to see if anyone can ID this bone fragment? Thanks! Bison? Deer? It was found in the Fredericksburg / Eagle Ford groups, thereabouts.
  9. Ordovician Unknown

    Found this at a site that had a rock slide. The cliff is Decorah shale and Platteville limestone. Thought this was a Rugosa Coral on site. When I returned home and cleaned it up a bit, it appeared like something I had yet to find. It is very thin/delicate and hollow. The other Platteville unknown that I found was this: Will be patiently waiting!!!! Mike
  10. Hello there (new member here) I'm needing some help ID'ing this strange fossil. I went to a city wide Gem and Mineral show today and happened to run across a bin filled with dig tailings from ether Morocco, or Egypt. Not sure as to where actually they are from but Spinosaurus teeth fragments were found in the same bin along with Sawtooth and unknown croc sp. fragments. I did inquire as to what it was and where they were from but I was told they were just trash and I could take it or leave it. This fossil is very knobby about halfway down, reminds me of Gila Monster beads. It is broken in half and the inside is hollow. The rounded side is thicker than the knobby side and has holes for something like Blood vessels. Measurements are 4 1/2 inches long by 1 1/4 inches wide. Thickest part at the rounded tip on the inside is 3/4 inch thick. If you need any further details let me know. I apologize now for the sub-par photos, my camera is VERY old and the focus on it is broken. But I think the photos i have should help in ID'ing what ever this strange thing is. Thank you very much Jess
  11. Intact Hollow Fossil Fish?

    Hi, I came across something that looks like a fish fossil. It feels like wood shaped in the form of a fish. It looks perfectly like a fish, but I do not know what it is. Please find attached the photos of the same. It would be wonderful if you could help me in identifying what it is.
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