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Found 293 results

  1. Strange rock

    I found this rock in Southern Ontario buried in the dirt in my front yard. I kept it because it thought it had a neat design and now I am wondering whether it is a fossil and what type. The size is 3 cm tall with a 3 cm diameter.
  2. Possible kinzer formation by Oregon dairy Lancaster pa. Can someone take a look at this and see what it might be?
  3. Edwards plateau Texas fossil

    Looks like a fossil tooth it is 3” Thanks for looking would love id if possible
  4. possible egg?

    came across this on my travels and just wondered if anyone can shed more light on it? found on the north east coast of england. the 'egg' is about the size of a golf ball
  5. Hey guys, Found a rock on the beach and it has a bulge, it feels like something is there inside, could it be a fossil?
  6. @Linus told me a wonderful story about treasuring precious times with the people you love... whether or not you find what you think you are looking for. I immediately realized I had another similar, WONDERFUL stone. It appears to be “chock full” of interesting flora and fauna! @Linus, I truly hope this is also a Skanör fossil!
  7. Rock or Fossil?

    I have this rock that kind of reminds me of a tongue, but I don't think it is. I haven't seen others like it. Do you think it's natural, fossil, or something else? Iron maybe? Not magnetic. Any thoughts?
  8. Dino footprint

    I was looking at waterfalls and then I found this. Is it a fossil or at least a footprint. Please help.
  9. I bought this rock at an antique shop today. It was labeled as a “tip”, of which I do not have much of an interest. However, I do think the tiny fossil embedded in it looks interesting. Is it a type of crinoid stem, or something similar? The back of the rock has some type of glue residue and green felt stuck to it.
  10. Hi folks. spotted this on a recent holiday in the UK to the south coast ( Dorset - the Jurassic coast ). the rock was approx. 250kg and I got it down to 80kg to get it in the car. the reason was I noticed this strange raised disc edge shape within the rock which does not appear man made. the rock is extremely hard. I plan to start removing the rock to expose more of it as I'm curious. any ideas as to if this is even a fossil and if so what it could be.
  11. Acorn?

    I found this in a box at a thrift store. Any idea if it’s s fossil ?
  12. Styrofoam Like Rock

    This rock almost looks like a piece of styrofoam. Anyone know if it's a fossil or what it is? I had no luck in finding anything like it. That's a marble for comparison, really small.
  13. Fingerprint Like Rock

    I have a little rock, smaller than a marble. It looks like a fingerprint on a rock. Any ideas what it is? That's a marble for size comparison.
  14. What is this?

    Cape Jack Beach Nova Scotia
  15. 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.
  16. Is this an egg or just a round rock?
  17. South central Kansas

    I'm trying to clean the limestone and loose sediment off this speciman. I'm not sure if I am wasting my time. Or if this is a fossil. I'm a novice hoping to find a cool fossil, but old enough to admit failure, if this isn't a fossil. Please help. To me, (the inexperienced novice) lol. It looks like a small skull and neck vertebra of a iguana type??
  18. round something about 4 inches across

    I dont know much about this or where it was found as it was in a closet in a house my friend bought. its not perfectly round or I would say billiard ball...lol...I am thinking its marble or quartz but on the slim chance I posted it here.
  19. could this be a tooth?

    found this it really does resemble a tooth but the root is a bit thick....is this a tooth or a piece of petrified wood?. quarter for size comparison.
  20. partial crab or?

    partial crab or ? it is a dark blue color..the coin is a quarter. mmmm look at the rich creamy center...lol...well looks that way anyway.
  21. Is this anything other than a rock?

    Gday all, was wondering if this was an egg or a rock? I found it on a beach in Australia near the border of south Australia and Victoria when I was a kid, I cut it in half and just forgot about it for around 20 years!
  22. this one is really weird, I think it may be a rolled up something not sure what...any ideas?.
  23. Petrified wood or rock

    Hey all you wonderful folks... I have had this rather heavy piece of what I think is petrified wood for a few years... I found it in outside of jasper park ( Alberta Canada) along a river area or in British Columbia area again along a river I can’t remember which... I was excited when I found it because it looks sooo unique and it is quite heavy for its size my would be a lb or lb and half... any way so I am really looking at it today and now I am questioning if she is petrified wood lol please help me I “wood” (aha) appreciate it. Thank you
  24. Unique Rock - Fossil, or just cool?

    This is my first thread, but hopefully not my last. I have always loved picking up unique rocks ever since childhood, but only occasionally finding an obvious fossil. As an adult, I purchased my first home in southern Michigan, which I believe sits atop a moraine. This "moraine" is a 5 acre pile of sand, rocks, and boulders which rises about 40 feet higher than the surrounding fields. A few weeks ago, I found the pictured stone poking out of one of the slopes. I am fascinated by it, and am curious what it could be. The stone is triangular, approximately 20" long and 10" thick. The greenish layer visible is only a couple inches thick, with the remainder resembling a red granite. Aside from the organic feel, I am particularly fascinated by the 5" leaf shape on top with the "Z" inside of it. I just can't picture this being the result of rock formation/erosion. Thanks for any help!
  25. Weirdest looking rock or?

    This came from Binghamton New York, had it given to me and I’m not really sure if it’s a fossil or just a really oddly shaped rock lol What do you guys think???