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Found 458 results

  1. Dinosaur egg

    Can you tell me if this is a dinosaur egg or not and if so what kind.
  2. Fossiliferous Rock

    Can anyone identify any of the fossils in this rock? We found it on the beach of Lake Michigan in Benton Harbor, Michigan, USA. Unfortunately, we didn't have any kind of ruler or other measuring device.
  3. Help please

    Hi, we found this rock in a recently excavated berm. Located near Helidon, Queensland. Thanks
  4. Are these bite marks?

    Hi, I came across this rock on the beach in Eastern Canada. I was wondering if anyone else finds it interesting. The marks on it resemble bite marks and I cannot let it go until someone helps me figure out what it is. Thanks! It's approximately 12 cm long.
  5. Fossilized Wood?

    I found this in Mokelumne River in California. I’m not sure whether it is fossilized wood or just a river-worn rock? I was hoping someone could tell me which one it is and maybe let me know what parts of it are key to identifying whether it’s fossilized wood or a rock, so I can learn how to identify further specimens.
  6. Is this just a rock ?

    Can anybody please help me identify this ? Is it a rock or anything more ?
  7. Tooth? Rock? Other?

    Found in Big Brook Can someone identify this? Approximately 3/4 inch
  8. Big brook lobster?

    Perhaps a little off topic but I found this rock on my 8th trip to Big Brook and have never seen anything silimlar. Any insights? Above it is the modern deer jawbone also found
  9. Big brook lobster?

    Hello fun in the Brook yesterday. Is this a lobster or a rock? You help appreciated with my apologies for the photos ( iPhone 5)
  10. Fossil ID

    So.... It's a rock from an abandoned house rock garden. I'm guessing a vacation find because we don't have these around here. It looks like a claw because the base is flat or straight across. About 3 1/2 cm. I can't offer much info on origin.
  11. New Help with an ID

    Hi my granddaughter and I found this along the creek bed in house springs, mo. I think that it is a bone of some sort and there are shinies in all the dark spots. Especially the top where the hole is. The hole is very porius I'm assuming because of the marrow. So I'm assuming it's old but just an amateur hunter here and never found any type of bone before I have more photos but these give the best description. 1st photo is standing up. The rings shine. 2 photo is of the side. Dark spots glitter. 3 is on the side but slightly turned. 4th is the bottom. 5 is front facing again bottom brown ring glitters. 6th Ariel view not very good.. 7th is of the dimensions of the hole. The whole piece is about 1 1/2" wide by 2" long. The hole is about 1" wide by 3/4" deep. Like I said the rings and dark spots are shiny like it has quartz in it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I would like to know if it is for sure a bone, what kind of bone it is, and also If you know what animal it could be from, if it is a bone. Thanks everyone!!!!
  12. Rock or fossil

    Hello found this in Big Brook this weekend. The top makes me hopeful that it’s not a rock. Sorry that I only have an old iphoneiPhone
  13. Can anyone help identify this fossil
  14. ID rock inclusions

    Found this rock (upstate NY, Tompkins county). Main rock seems to be shale, but what are the black inclusions in it? The rock on the last picture is different. Is that print from an organism, or just a rock structure? Thanks!
  15. Rock or Ammonite?

    Found this while I was fishing. Can't tell if it's an ammonite or a rock. It does have that spiral pattern very slightly. Plus, when I turn it on its side, it looks like there's some indication of a small chamber. What's your input? Ammonite or rock?
  16. Sherman, TX bone fragments and rocks

    Found a bunch of specimens from Oak Creek in Sherman TX. Is the first and fourth picture fossilized wood ? The second picture is very light and porous.
  17. possibly a fossil?

    Hi All, I found this on a beach in Puget Sound, Washington. Any chance it's some kind of fossil or is it just a strange rock? Thanks!
  18. Just some of my concretion landscaping. They were all found in Middle Tennessee. I’m curious what other kinds of fossils may occur in them besides gastropods? I have found several that nature cracked open containing Gastropoda.
  19. Large Coral Fossil

    Large coral fossil found in Stewart County Tn
  20. SE Michigan coral rock thing

    Hi anyone know what kind of creature conglomeration this might be? Found in stream here in SE Michigan. Rock is fragile and crumbles away easily. Thanks for your help
  21. SE Michigan find

    Hi anyone know what kind of creature this is? SE Michigan found in dugup till
  22. I found this rock at my lake house in Chesterfield, MA. Not sure exactly what it is, but it definitely does not look like just a rock to me. Any help identifying it would be much appreciated! Thanks
  23. Any tips on what this is
  24. Picked it up as a White stone, but it shouts fossil, has perfect symmetry.
  25. Ohio Seashell fossil

    Amateur here; turned over a rock in our landscape for 20+ years, to find this. Obtained at Duff’s Quarry in Huntsville Ohio. What kind of seashell is this - strange circular arc on hinge side?
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