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  1. He’s had these fossils for a while, he’s convinced he collected them himself, and he’s never collected outside the UK so they must have been from here.
  2. Glen Afric New Zealand fossil

    My family and I have gone on a trip for the holidays so when we recently decided to take a trip down to Glen Afric again, we quickly realized we were no longer used to the hill that leads down to the beach. Luckily it was worth it and as always we found a few fossils that I have yet to learn about. Fossil number 1 Fossil number 2 I think this one could be a whale bone. I'm just wondering what part it could be Fossil number 2 Fossil number 3 As for the last fossil, I was wondering if this could be coprolite?
  3. Unknown gastropod

    Hi there I'm from Monterrey, Mexico, and I'm new here. I'm a biologist (graduated from the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), with a speciality in health and food safety but I always had a passion for the prehistoric life (I'm still a amateur on that field). I recently rediscover some of my old stuff, among other things was thus fossil my uncle bought me when we went to a road trip to Zacatecas (a state known for its minery) along some of the main highways you can find some kind of "giftshops" where you can buy minerals and many different fossils. This one looks like a gastropod, it is pretty wornout, hope someone could help with at least family or genus.
  4. What are these shells?

    It was found in South East London, in a fossily area. Found 3 days ago and cleaned today.
  5. Have not clean this yet. Too excited. North Sulfur River. Actually is more orange when wet. It is 2.5" long and 2" tall. What is it?
  6. Some sort of Gastropod

    Found at a paleogene site in South East London
  7. Ammonite ID

    Another little ammonite I have had for years. No location information unfortunately. Any ideas?
  8. Is This A Whale Vertebra?

    This piece was found in a pleistocene deposit off the New Jersey coast and was labeled as Whale, hard to find any comparisons so I am unsure this is the case though its likely, any help on this will be appreciated. measures 3 x3 x 2 1/2 in
  9. Pennsylvania Roadside Fossil

    About two weeks ago, we went to Beltzville State Park in Pennsylvania and found some great Devonian fossils, some of which have been identified with your help. On our way, though, we stopped at a Shell station for air in our tires. There was a small hill of dark grey colored rock (shale?) next to the air pump. My son and I had a quick look. We found what looks like a mussel (pictured here) and something else. I was wondering if it might be a trilobite. Any help is appreciated. I included the location and pic of the hill to help with identification. So, pictures appear like this: location, suspected mussel?, rock for example and then the fossil in question. The picture with the ruler shows the object (circled in succeeding photos). Sorry if this is confusing. Thanks. Lehighton, PA 18235
  10. Is this petrified wood? (Lulworth)

    Found at Lulworth which is a Late Jurassic to Mid Cretaceous area.
  11. What is this a slab of? (Lulworth)

    Lulworth is a late Jurassic to Mid Cretaceous area.
  12. What shell is this? (Found at Lulworth)

    Found this at Lulworth Cove which is a Late Jurassic to Mid Cretaceous area.
  13. Jaw ID - Mosasaur

    I aquired this some time ago. Perhaps you guys can assist. Clearly it is a little jaw section. the length is 14cm. No sign of plaster, teeth do not appear to be set in separately and clearly no heavy restoration.Very little information on location unfortunately. It appears to to be some sort of Mosasaur. My guess at the time was a Prognatodon of some description. I am ready to be corrected on everything though.
  14. Belemnite spikes?

    Are these Belamnite Spikes? Found at Lyme Regis. It is an early Jurassic area.
  15. Shell on right of third photo is an example of what I think it might be. Area is late Cretaceous.
  16. Chinese Reptile

    Dear Forum I acquired this fossil today from a Gentleman, who is collecting fossils since many years and bought it in the 80s or 90s. As far as he remembers is the fossil originally from china. Would be very interested to know the species and any other information.
  17. Found in Kyd Brook (Late Cretaceous) It’s probably just a rock, right?
  18. I bought these Ammonites in Lyme Regis after not finding too much while there (mostly due to the cold driving us in early) This is the last of the things I’ve bought/had bought for me, and therefore have little info on.
  19. What are these?

    They were bought for me alongside a bunch of sand shark teeth and an ammonite and an arioneceras (labelled Orthoceras)
  20. Otodus?

    Is this an Otodus shark tooth? Bought for me for Christmas, so I don't know much about it.
  21. Rice Krispie fossil

    This is a brown stone and about the size of a dime. When the dark brown is scratched it leaves a copper red under it. When the “Rice Krispie” dots pop out it leaves a smooth void and there are smaller crystalline pieces embedded in it. It has been soaked in water and maintains shape so I don’t think it’s mud. The Krispie ranged in color like well, teeth? Any help would be appreciated.
  22. Got all these shark teeth for Christmas, are they all sand shark?
  23. Hello, this was from my grandfather, and I was never able to figure out what it really is. It was found in São Gabriel, Rio Grande do Sul, to the extreme south of Brazil. I particularly think this has an organic appearance, which is why I came to ask for help identifying what might be (I apologize for the quality of the photos and the macro) Size: 15cm x 9,5 cm
  24. It was found in Abbey Wood, which is a late Cretaceous to Mid Eocene area.