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  1. This was found on the banks of a river bed around Locust Fork River in Blount County Alabama
  2. Recently I took a trip up to central New Jersey in the US with my sister for our 2nd trip fossil hunting; at a place called “big brook preserve”. As I was sifting through looking at some fossils that I could identify such as shark teeth and fossilized poop with my very basic studying from the Internet and stuff I’ve seen on tv. She calls me over at something she had found while sifting through the dirt in the brook. Thinking that I’d be able to identify it for her I was stumped. it looks like it has characteristics of a fossil from what I think but with my limited knowledge and understanding I
  3. wellwellwell

    Mako with cusps in the root?

    Hello fine people! I’m not quite sure who gets the credit for finding this tooth, I saw it from the canoe but was just next to my friends hand when I saw it, they won the coin toss, but I guess I still want to make a fuss about it. It’s real pretty and very sharp, like it must have just fallen out of the clay, but I haven’t seen a Mako with cusp like formations in the root. I know there is tremendous diversity in these type of teeth but I’m curious if this is indicative of a specific species variation, or some kind of pathology, or maybe all the others I find are worn off. Just curious if t
  4. Youfoundwaldo

    Fossil print or tricked newbie?

    My boyfriend and I were on a hike at a local state park and among the other copious amounts of rocks that I picked up, this one peaked my interest. Part of me thinks it’s just cement but the other part of me is hopeful that it something more fun
  5. Rodney

    Few Fossils In Chert

    Not sure of identification., but a little nice. South central Georgia, the oldest deposits in this area indicate 35 mya and younger. The longest point across flat scale = 3.75cm Rodney
  6. Travis K.

    Marine Fossil??

    I found a few fossils while on a hunting trip. The fossil Im most curious about is in the first 2 pictures. Any Idea what it might be? Third picture seems like obvious marine fossils.
  7. LoveToLook

    Any ideas on these samples

    Some fossils I have not come across before. Any suggestions?
  8. Becky Benfer

    Clam shell possibly.... only found half

    Am I correct in thinking this was once a clam? And a fossil now? Thanks for your help!
  9. I have found a head of what I believe may be a lizard that likes dr pepper (lol joke!!)? No really, I was wondering if anyone knows what this is? I have no idea if its a fish, lizard, or a monster! I have more pictures, but this is the first time I have ever posted ANYTHING online to a discussion board and I was not able to upload more than two of my pictures at a time. Let me know if you would like to see the other pictures if needed
  10. Bobby Rico

    Ripple marks

    I have had too much time on my hands and have been looking at this forum to much. I started to see fossil every where. I found some ripples bed fossil in the Wirrel in the uk. But can anyone see anything else hear. Thanks you for all your great help as always. Bobby
  11. Scottmarge

    Please help identify. Hoofprints?

    Please help identify this fossil. There are 2 what appear to be hoof prints along with some shells. They were found in a river bed near Akron, Ohio. I'm sorry for the vagueness, but I am new to the fossil world.
  12. Flgirl

    Who can it be?

    Recently found this and would like to identify
  13. hydroweaver

    Fossils Or Machine Made Grooves ?

    Hello ! Thank you for having a site out there for wanderers like us . Can you identify these consecutive grooving patterns ? Are these fossils or just my imagination ? I've posted these pictures online on google+ here : The four "fossils" (Excuse the hair ;-p) And if it helps, I found them here at the banks of Ramganga river in India (Jim Corbett Park), here : Where I found them... It would be amazing to know the truth at least.
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