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Found 50 results

  1. York River Find #3

    Here’s another one from the York Tiver today, if anyone can help ID. thanks!
  2. York River Find #2

    Here is another find from today along the York River in Virginia, if anyone can ID. Thanks!
  3. York River ID

    Hello, Can anyone help me ID this item I found along the York River near Williamsburg, Virginia? Measurements are in inches.
  4. Went on a meg tooth dive trip and found these fossils as well! Was wondering if anyone could help my out with a ID.
  5. I believe its some kind of tusk.
  6. Worm like fossils, crinoids?

    I found what look like worm fossils among a bunch of crinoid fossils and a few shells. Could you explain what these are? They seem much larger than the crinoid fossils. Seems like one end of the worm and the other end. I found smaller ones of one end, like knob ends.
  7. Shell

    I found a shell that is all grey rock. I would like to know what animal it is. I found it with a bunch of crinoid fossils. I think it's a shell.
  8. Total Unknown

    Hi all, Very new to fossils, but stumbled upon this. It was found on the shore in Long Beach, CA. Wondering if yall could help. Thanks!
  9. Can't Identify... looks alien! ha

    Morning! I was fossil hunting along Colvert Cliff, NC this week and saw a weird formation in the cliff wall line. I found a plate with unusual organisms on it. They are fossilized and really bizarre. I found it close in proximity to a previous post on a plate found with pasterns on it. These items were found in the wall of the cliff that is eroding away and I'm sure became visible after that location had a violent storm pass through. Any thoughts or identification would be appreciated! Gray coloration on the specimen is clay... which I am removing as best as I can. The coloration around it is the actual fossil.
  10. ID help with large fossil vertebra?

    Found diving 30-50’ depth, 1-3 miles offshore off SW Florida. Approx 4.5x5”. We don’t have a clue. Several prehistoric shark teeth were found same spot (prehistoric tiger, can’t remember what else). Any ideas? Thanks!!!
  11. What is this?

    I found this walking on an ocean beach in Northern Washington State near the Strait and not sure what it is. It is about 3 in long and 2 in diameter. It is hollow inside. Thanks in advance for any help.
  12. Old Seabed Fossils of Some Sort.

    I found this and many others in a stream near Dayton, Ohio. Its a piece of old seabed and contains dozens of fossils. I'm a VERY novice fossil hunter so I could use some help identifying everything that's going on with this one. I found a lot more at this location, if you want to see more, just let me know. Also let me know if you would like more photos of this one. Thank you to all who reply!
  13. Found at Myrtle Beach

    Could this be a fossil from a turtle or fish? I found it hunting shark teeth at Myrtle Beach.
  14. Possibly not a fossil, looks cool

    I recently got into looking for fossils with a friend and we stumbled across some beautiful ammonite fossils and I saw something real interesting that might not even be a fossil, so wonder what it is and how it’s formed? I am guessing the ammonites look like possibly early Jurassic or late Cretaceous. This was pick up in the Rocky Mountains in Northern British Columbia, Canada. I’ve also attached a picture of a full ammonite that was on the same rock (broke it into pieces to share). There are multiple partial ammonite imprints on the main rock. If if nothing else I hope you enjoy the pictures.
  15. Beach fossil (CA) ID

    Can this be identified? Found at Huntington Beach in California.
  16. Any ideas on what this might be?

    This comes from 600+ft of water off the coast of maine. It seems to be petrified wood or coral. Any ideas?
  17. Fossilized or no?

    I know that the first crab claw shown is fossilized the center has become stone and the edges where it was broken grey and black, but the second set of pictures I will post is of a claw that leaves me not so sure! It is hard as rock no doubt but the center is hollow and the edges more white which leads me to doubt. Opinions are welcome!
  18. what could this be?

    As soon as I saw this I thought fossil poo but that could just be the way it's worn, any clues?
  19. Coral fossil or just a skeleton?

    Does anyone jnow if this is a coral fossil or just a coral skeleton?
  20. Can anyone help me identify these rocks and whether or not they are fossil imprints? They look like trilobite shapes, but not sure if this is just a natural ripple effect on the rock. Found at Jacalitos Creek in Coalinga, CA. I mostly otherwise find sand dollars and shells in the creek bed.
  21. Agatized Barnacle

    From the album ocean stuff

    Here was a nice surprise. I picked up this fossil cluster of barnacles and noticed a nice layer of agate underneath! When I processed the photo I took of it I saw that the light from my flash dispersed giving this rainbow effect. It's very small but now when I hold to the light I can see the little rainbows!
  22. Bone fossil??

    Hello there! I no little information about fossils but I was really hoping someone could help me out with identifying this fossil? Frankly I’m not quite sure it is a fossil. I’m really curious though and I gladly thank anyone for their time. This small ‘bone’ was found on the shores of North Carolina. It’s a dark brownish color and feels lighter than it looks. (Almost like wood) Thank you guys!
  23. vert from?

    Found these in the big quarry area. So figure Pleistocene to maybe Pliocene. Oh..for those who are not familiar..North West Simi Valley. They have been doing mining so things popping up again. Because of it being a ocean, creek and land environment could be anything. The last one was thought to maybe be elephant. As per Bobby. have no idea on last pic. They are fossils.
  24. Weird seashell?

    Hey all! I know this is probably not a fossil ID but hoping someone can help. I found this seashell in a box of miscellaneous down in my basement. I don’t remember where it came from but it just looks odd to me. Looks as if it’s partially fossilized...can’t explain it. Any my ideas are greatly appreciated!
  25. My agatized "knuckle bone" fossil

    Hi everyone, I was given this fossil from a friend. It came out if a collection that was given to him by a friend. I'm assuming it is a form of sea life as there were other shell fossils with it. If you hold it up to a flashlight the light passes through it and illuminates it. My friend does not know anything about it. Can u please help me identify it? Thank you!
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