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Found 103 results

  1. What's this?

    Hi guys, I am not even sure if this is the correct place to ask, but lets give it a try. This past weekend I visited my hometown, Tampico in Mexico (right in the center of the Gulf of Mexico). It is a beach town, and it also has a big River that goes into the ocean so it has been a major port for many years. Recently the local governmet decided to do some maintenance on the beach promenade. A bunch of big rocks were moved from the Tamuin area (112 kms west from Tampico) and basically dumped along the promenade to contain the waves. The rocks have many shapes on their surface and different colors. I am extremely curious to find out what they are, but being an accountant I am absolutely clueless. If anyone knows what these are or can direct me to another forum where I could ask please please lemme know.
  2. I found two chunks of limestone from Madison group possibly lodgpole or Mission Canyon member. Take from upper belt Creek in Montana. At first I thought this was a coral. Is this a Bryozoan?
  3. Not sure wht animal they're from
  4. part 2 - mako? GW? hammerhead? maybe lemon?
  5. Calling all shark tooth smarties!

    My 7-year old nephew got a bag of tiny sharks teeth at the beach, and since Uncle K (me) has a display of large fossilized sharks teeth in his office, I must be able to ID his teeth for him. There are 11 teeth TBI, in 7 seperate photos, so I'll post them in a series Please help!!!!! Uncle K
  6. My son found this tooth in the field. I’m trying to identify which animal it came from. It looks like the root of the tooth and a broken top part. Can anyone help?My son found this tooth in the field. I’m trying to identify which animal it came from. It looks like the root of the tooth and a broken top part. Can anyone help?
  7. Great White Shark Teeth ID'd

    Hello, Collected some teeth at Folly Beach (Charleston, SC) this weekend. Looking to confirm ID for what I believe are Great White teeth. I hope the teeth photos are detailed enough. Thanks in advance!
  8. claw, tooth?

    Found in creek in Southeastern Illinois. Has a rattle so there's something loose inside.
  9. hello freinds today i found tgis fossil in sahara i can t identify but i think the one is a ptychodus teeth but i can confirm it plase if you can helo me. it shine wih sun . and she is solid
  10. the news collection need to identify

    hi i found new fossils i think it is plante or coral please if someone has idea help me.
  11. I live in Ohio and my friends and I were walking down at a pond and one of them found some sort of trilobite fossil. If anybody can give me the possible price of this or any information of it would be appreciated. ALSO I have found some sort of shell, I have no clue if it was a fossilized animal, seashell, or just a rock but please give information on that aswell.
  12. Fossil???

    Hi everyone, do you think this is a fossil? It comes from a formation rich in cephalopods of Lower Jurassic. 4 cm long
  13. Hi all! I'm glad to find this forum! I've had this rock since I was little --I always thought it was bitten by a dinosaur, so I was just wondering if anybody might be able to tell if it's just a rock? Thanks!
  14. Tiny bubbles

    I found these in the creek back in September, this is the only pic I took (just now happened upon it in my files) and I can't find them to retake pics. The largest rock, the black one in the right of the frame, is no bigger than 2" at it's widest measurement, if that helps. I'm just really curious about what would make these little bubble-like formations printed on a rock like this. Bubbles?
  15. Fossil

    Found in Holmes County, Mississippi in an area heavily used by Native Americans. This area was identified as a trading post by an archeological excavation per MDOT. Can someone help identify this?
  16. Help needed to identify these fossils

    Help needed to identify these ammonites and shark teeth. Thanks.
  17. I'm hopeful someone will know what theses are
  18. ID for a Newbie Please

    Hello, I am a new member as of today but have been reading for a while. My son and I have recently gotten into rock collecting. We haven’t gone fossil collecting yet but hope to do so soon. We found these in Inland Southern California in the foothills of the Big Bear area. The site was next to a river or what’s left of it this time of year anyway. I have tried to rule out pseudofossils and different types of rocks. These also remind me of what a ranger described to me as jellyfish fossils while visiting the Bristlecone Pine area in CA. Similar samples were also on display. The second (larger rust colored spotting) might be igneous but I believe the first is sedimentary. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  19. T rex Hell Creek tooth ?

    Hello I am new to this site and I was hoping that someone could help me out. I friend of mine a few years back borrowed some money and gave me what he said was a T Rex tooth from the Hell Creek formation as collateral I was recommended to this sight by Shawn at fossil era . I was hoping that someone could help me identify the tooth and give me an approximate value I am not sure that i am interested in selling the tooth because it is so cool and I know I will probably never get another one. any information would be greatly appreciated Thank you in advance Brad
  20. Unknown

    I have no idea what this could be, fossil or rock. It was found in the creek behind our house like most everything else I have posted, in Bucks County, Pa, not far from the Delaware river.
  21. Bird egg fossils? I'm a new member.

    Hello, I found these fossilized 'eggs' taped together at a pawn shop in Kalispell, Montana. I know nothing about them but they are really cool! Does anyone know what they are? The more oval one is about 2" long by 1.5" wide. The more round one is about 1-9/16" x 1-13/16". They were sliced in half when I found them. The one that looks slightly developed ha some missing 'yoke' around the center small circle but is close to fully intact. They are fascinating but I don't know much. I'm a newbie. Thank you for any help.
  22. Found this cool fossil

    identify this please
  23. Beach find..identify??

    Anyone have an idea of what this might be? I found it on the beach in Texas, after a hurricane. I'd appreciate any input!
  24. Leaf Fossil ID

    Hello, I found a fossil Around Picton in NSW Australia and Im wondering if anyone can help identify what species of plant this could possibly be? Thanks, Warwick.
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