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Found 304 results

  1. Large NJ Cretaceous Bone

    Found this thick bone piece in a new jersey cretaceous creek and wonder if its possible to maybe id since one side has a distinct rough texture while the other is flatter and striated, I would guess either large turtle, mosasaur, or dinosaur. My friend joked its a theropod maxilary skull fragment, but we all know around here that material seems close to impossible to come across haha. Interested to hear any other thoughts.
  2. Big Brook - Tooth

    I’ve had this little find for a few weeks now. It’s about 2cm long. Was thinking some kind of fish tooth, or possibly even plesiosaur. You can see the pronounced striations in the pics. Definitely river worn, though. Thanks in advance!
  3. Big Brook Vertebra

    Hey I found this while sifting and was not sure if it was a vert but i took it home and cleaned it up with a small electric engraver and dental pick and here it is. It looks like a vert but from what? biggest one I have found! Thanks!
  4. Dear NJ fossil collectors, Would anyone like to join me for a sifting hunt on Oct.3rd / 4th (Saturday / Sunday) at Ramanessin Brook? DM me for a time or date, I can probably go both days. @Familyroadtrip @The Jersey Devil @frankh8147 @hokietech96 @Jeffrey P @Darktooth @brad hinkelman @itsronni @Bob-ay @FossilizedJello @Carl @bucky @wetwilly @Neec @ColeFossilFinder @Masp @butchndad
  5. Hi all, I was wondering if anyone was going to the NJ gem, mineral, and fossil show... I’m considering going, but I wouldn’t be super interested if there aren’t many fossil dealers, I was also wondering if anyone knows how many dealers are going to be there. TIA!
  6. New Jersey Cretaceous Mystery

    Found this worn down piece in a new jersey cretaceous creek, while I think its a random worn bone piece it does have some very odd parts to it that are interesting, hoping to get some feedback on this one. Will post more pictures soon
  7. First Big Brook Trip

    Yesterday I took my boys down to Marlboro for our first trip to Big Brook Preserve. Overcast and humid seemed better to me then humid and full sun. We only came with a metal strainer and a few old spoons. I wasn't really sure how to start or what to look for but we had a great time...the boys splashing in the water more then looking for fossils! I found a few teeth, many concretions and I'm unsure of my other finds. I can't wait to go back! Would love any suggestions or possible id's on any of my finds!
  8. Newbie! Found today at Big Brook

    Hey guys and gals, newbie here. Found this today at Big Brook - any ideas? Thanks so much.
  9. Tooth ID

    Found this in Big Brook. Appears to be a tooth of some kind. Closest I can find is maybe a Pleistocene horse tooth. It’s 3/4” and approximately 3/8” square. Thanks
  10. Enchodus

    Found in Big Brook today. Could this be an enchodus jaw bone? Thanks
  11. The wifey and I did a quick hunt today,didn’t feel like sifting ,just surfaced hunted and there were a lot feet prints,but that didn’t stop finding anything,just gotta look closer,nice variety of fossils.
  12. Nj Cretaceous micro shark tooth id

    If anyone can help I’d please,thanks
  13. Small clam

    Found this small clam at Big Brook today. Any idea on species? Thanks
  14. Croc scute?

    Hey all, I found this awhile ago at ramenessin brook and was wondering what you guys thought, I posted it in a trip report thread awhile ago, but I thought more people would chime in if it got its own thread! TIA, if you need more pics or details let me know!
  15. Large shark tooth

    Found this large tooth in Big Brook today. Is it just a very large goblin shark? If so she was a big one! Shame it’s not a full tooth. Also attached is a side by side comparison to the normal size I find. Thanks
  16. Got out this past weekend after hurricane Isaias brought some heavy rain and wind across the state (NJ) last week. Lots of down trees and moved stream banks make for a good day surface hunting this weekend Found a entire crab claw, first for this area for me. Bunch of good teeth inc Goblins, Mackerel, Crow, Sawtooth
  17. Fossil or rocks?

    Hi all, Found these 3 in Big Brook yesterday. Any ideas what they are? Thanks
  18. Strange tooth

    Hi all, Any idea what this one is? Found in Big Brook today. Thanks
  19. Help with ID

    Hi, Another newbie here requesting help with ID. Found in Big Brook. Thanks
  20. Nj Cretaceous pathological Tooth id

    I’m thinking this is a pathological goblin tooth?
  21. Newbie identification

    Found this the other day . Any ideas
  22. Cimoliasaurus magnus

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