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Found 12 results

  1. need help identifying this

    I went camping today. ok, not really camping. just picnicking at a campsite in the woods. we didn't stay over night because it is far too cold. so I found this rock with these cool indentions and want to know what it is. at first I thought it was by a tool but it's not. thanks, dorky
  2. Just Weird...What is this???

    I found this on my walk through the park here on the gravel drive... Location West of Houston Texas The gravel came from a deposit from the Brazos River Its odd appearance made me pick it up...what in the heck is it though??
  3. Odd Tyrannosaur tooth

    Hi can anyone tell me what happened, or why this Tyrannosaur tooth looks this way. It looks very odd to me Thank you! it’s from the Judith River formation of Montana, and is 1.2 cm.
  4. Rice Krispie fossil

    This is a brown stone and about the size of a dime. When the dark brown is scratched it leaves a copper red under it. When the “Rice Krispie” dots pop out it leaves a smooth void and there are smaller crystalline pieces embedded in it. It has been soaked in water and maintains shape so I don’t think it’s mud. The Krispie ranged in color like well, teeth? Any help would be appreciated.
  5. Fossil of alien tooling?

    Found in my yard while digging the hole goes through, curves, and has groove's.
  6. Very ODD looking fossil I.D

    So I found this one near Tukwila Washington. I think the first one is just a clam of some kind and the second one I have NO IDEA. If anyone has a clue please let me know. I can take new pictures if needed. (Area I collected it from was in a mountain in Tukwila (more like a huge hill) and it used to be a shallow ocean back millions of years ago)
  7. I was looking through some fossils on an auction house website, when I saw some dinosaur eggs labelled as saltasaurus or argentinosaurus. Does anyone have any views on it?
  8. What Could This Possibly Be?

    Found this on the Frio River near Uvalde, Tx. It has a strange shape with a lip around one side of it and it appears to have some kind of a core. Here are some pictures.
  9. Thescelosaurus? Parksosaurus?

    I have here a strange little tooth. It's a little under 1/2 inch. It is from the Lance Creek formation of Wyoming. I think it could be Thescolosaurus or Parksosaurus. However I can't quite rule out a type of croc. I've never seen a tooth like this so sharp. The root is also compressed.
  10. Help me ID this very odd rock

    Another random find on a beach. I'm pretty sure it's just minerals/whatever, but I'm curious what you guys think. I have a strong feeling this one won't be able to be identified, but my hopes are high it can be id'd. Rock is app 2" long, 1.25" wide, and .5-.7" tall. The amber-colored smooth stone looking spots will not let light pass thru. There are some bubble-like holes, maybe had gas trapped inside, or maybe eroded by water running thru it. Here's the pics: pic one pic two pic three pic four **NOTE** - ON pic four there is a light blue color, that is a reflection as none of the colors on the stone are blue. Once again, thanks for any help, and it's also greatly appreciated!!!
  11. New Mysteries

    found these today i have a hunch one might be a partial sea scorpion.
  12. 2 More Discoveries Today

    I found 2 more discoveries today on a couple of odd rocks and have no clue as to what they maybe
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