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Found 17 results

  1. Found in South Manatee County in an aggregate pit. Thank you!
  2. Hello, I was browsing through our favorite auction site and stumbled on a psittacosaurus leg. The seller seems very reliable but I just wanted to make sure. Found in China Cretaceous Approx. 6 in.
  3. Femur?

    Hi Fossil Forum - I found this object which I think is a bone near the State Line campground in the Vermillion Cliffs area of Arizona/Utah. It measures approximately 3" in radius. Is it a bone?
  4. Equus Metatarsal?

    I believe this to be a horse metatarsal, most likely Equus. But am wondering since it was found in mixed Pleistocene / Pliocene sediments if it could be a Pliocene species. That is saying it is horse of course, you know Mr. Edd. It was found in a quarry in eastern NC that contains Pliocene Yorktown formation and a Pleistocene pebble lag. It was protruding from a sloped area that extended down into a shallow pit. The sediments pushed down were mixed Yorktown and the pebble lag. Mammal fossils are uncommon in North Carolina and they are usually teeth. Bones, especially complete are almost unheard of.
  5. Large Bone Found in 20' of Water

    Anyone help me with this fossil? It's large and found in SW Florida diving. Thabk you!
  6. Newbie here. Have plenty of photos it only allowed 1
  7. Dinosaur bone

    Possible distal fibula fragment of a theropod dinosaur.
  8. Theropod tibia

    Partial tibia of a Theropod dinosaur. Seems very similar to both the tibia of raptors and that of Spinosaurs.
  9. my dad found this fossil at an old boy scout camp in our home town of Marion, Ohio. was wondering if anyone might have a clue as to if it's a bone of some sort...leg bone, arm bone. the markings shown in the pic are really cool. it measures around 3 inches long maybe 2 inches wide at the top and bottom. any info would be appreciated! thanks!
  10. Coelodonta antiquitatis ulna

    The left ulna of a woolly rhino. The distal joint is missing.
  11. Coelodonta antiquitatis ulna

    The right ulna of a woolly rhino. The distal joint is missing.
  12. Coelodonta antiquitatis tibia

    The right tibia of a woolly rhino.
  13. Coelodonta antiquitatis radius

    Proximal fragment of a left radius of a woolly rhino.
  14. Coelodonta antiquitatis radius

    The right radius of a woolly rhino.
  15. Coelodonta antiquitatis ulna

    From the album Mammal Fossils

    Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799) The left ulna of a woolly rhino. The bottom joint is missing. Location: North Sea, Netherlands Age: Pleistocene

    © &copy Olof Moleman

  16. Madagascar Dino Leg

    Hello! I recently purchased this piece in Madagascar. I was told that it is a dinosaur bone and was found in Majunga. I would love help in learning more about it. You can see that it is two main parts (which fit together) and there is some evidence of repair work. There are some crystals in the middle of the bone, which I think looks very pretty.
  17. Coelodonta antiquitatis ulna

    From the album Mammal Fossils

    Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799) The right ulna of a woolly rhino. The bottom joint is missing. Location: North Sea, Netherlands Age: Pleistocene

    © &copy Olof Moleman

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