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Found 17 results

  1. Lake Huron Fossile Hash

    My family and I found 2 ENORMOUS slabs of what I think is Fossile Hash. Though the stones are large I think they washed up recently. I took tons of pictures, but they’re not that great! I wasn’t sure what I was looking at, but it was easy to make out a few fossils knstantly. The more I look the more I see! It took me 3 hours on the internet to find the term Fossile Hash, I have almost 0 knowledge to share with my kids on this! I will try to upload a few pictures! Would this even be considered Fossil Hash? Are any of the fossils identifiable from the pictures? I know you can’t take anything more than 25 pounds (and would be a heck of a feat) But what if a piece broke off lol Thanks in advance for your help!!
  2. Another Possible Fossil

    This is another one I found on the beach in upper Michigan. Devonian and about one half inch long. Slightly raised off rock. Wondering if it’s a fossil or not. Thanks!
  3. Fossil ID Inquiry

    Hello. While vacationing along Lake Huron in Michigan, I found a rather impressive, and likely rare, fossil (see image). It is clearly a vertebrate with skull, spine, appendages, and pelvic region relatively intact and clearly visible. The specimen is approximately 2 inches by 2 inches in size. Any advice or direction, as to whom I should contact to identify/analyze my find would be most appreciated. Thank you very much for your time.
  4. Found on Lake Huron MI beach

    A total newbie here looking for an ID. Thoughts?
  5. Paleozoic Coral

    Some more coral from Lake Huron. Same genus as the Hexagonaria, or a different genus? I found two different individuals. I've got pictures of them both.
  6. Coral

    Another coral from Lake Huron. I'm not sure what this one is.
  7. Net-like Rock Patterning, Fossil?

    I found this rock at a beach at Lake Huron. It has a net-like covering. Is this actually a fossil?
  8. Mollusk Species

    A pretty neat little fossil from the coast of Lake Huron, Michigan. Two individuals, one on each side. Possibly Mesozoic in age.
  9. Tooth?

    A potential tooth from off the coast of Lake Huron. Possibly Mesozoic.
  10. Bone Fragment?

    I found this while looking for fossils off the coast of Lake Huron. A local Geologist said that some of his friends had found dinosaur teeth in that area, so maybe Mesozoic in age?
  11. Unknown Specimens

    Of the fossils I collected last summer, there was a group of specimens that stood out because of their gray/orange coloration. The photos, unfortunately, don't give you any depth perception, so it's hard to see the curves and grooves. I'm pretty sure it's a sort of solitary coral, but I'm pulling my hair out, searching everywhere to find similar images, but to no avail. These were collected in the same area on Lake Huron this summer. What do you think they are?
  12. Hexagonaria coral?

  13. Brought back a stone with a fault line on it from the shore of southern Lake Huron. Broke it open with a chisel and hammer to reveal an ultra thin shell like fossil. I wonder if someone can help me identify it.
  14. Identification

    Good day all, Like I've mentioned in my introduction post, I've found some interesting pieces, in my opinion, that I'd like you guys to peruse. Thanks and have fun.
  15. Sharks teeth in Michigan

    We recently went camping in Port Huron, MI and found 7 sharks teeth. Last year a boy found a megalodon tooth in the port Huron river. We were near Lake Huron. Crazy right?!?
  16. I would much appreciate help in identifying this:
  17. I operate YWCA Camp Cavell located on Lake Huron in Michigan and try to pass along information to all who will listen about the Great Lakes. We do programs for adult and children's groups, as well as people who attend our Kid's, Family, Women's, & Seniors programs. My after season hobby is photographing the lake shore in the winter, and fossils for presentations. We have just started a facebook group called YWCA Camp Cavell - Lake Huron Beach Combers if any would like to join. Welcome all that would like to come share information or talk about the Great Lakes!
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