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Found 190 results

  1. Fossil or Rock

    Local find,was just laying there and a tiny sparkle caught my eye. I was thinking maybe wood or coral,maybe? Definitely something going on with it.
  2. Bone shard or odd rock

    When I initially spotted this I thought it was a piece of fossilized wood. After looking closer I considered it might be a bone fragment. It's appears grainy and fibrous on one side and relatively smooth on the other. Or it could be just a chunk of rock.
  3. Hi, I found these two stones in a creek bed in Northern Missouri. The only two I was able to come across thus far. I've honestly never seen anything like this, and was wondering if any of you folks had some insight? Thanks!!! The bumps stick out on this, but they are smoothened bumps.
  4. So today I was in the attic bringing down Christmas decorations, when I came across a container of brachiopods, rocks and this other odd thing. I received it from someone about 30 years ago, and forgot about these things. I did not draw the circle with magic marker on this rock, it was there when I got it. It reminds me of some decal that you would see on a Transformer LOL. Does anyone have any idea on what it is?
  5. Indiana field find

    Found this walking a field in Indiana. Nothing to exciting, but curious if anyone can identify.
  6. Fossil ID Help

    Could I have help ID this please?
  7. I found this fossil around 4 years ago in a creek in West Virginia. I'm curious to know if it is possible to determine the time period when this fossil might have formed, the possible creature it might have been, and just more about it in general. The fossil is composed of a very deeply embedded scale pattern that is about 2.5 inches in diameter. Only about 1/2 of the fossil is very visible, and the fossil is in a layered black rock. The fossil appears as though it is long, like a snake would have been, but unfortunately I only have a small portion of the original fossil, so it's hard to tell. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  8. So finally the keichousaurus that I had chosen has arrived in the mail today. I think it looks great, but i'd like to hear from you guys if it's authentic.
  9. Are these fossils?

    Hello fellow fossil lovers! I found these at a beach in NSW, Australia called caves beach after smashing open some rocks. Do you reckon either of them are fossils and if so what would they be? Thanks.
  10. Help with an Id

    Hi all I hope I do not wear out my welcome by keep posting so many questions . Found this years ago in a time before I got hooked on fossil collecting .I think it was in the Brecon Beacons . Is it is part of a trilobite.... or that is really what I was hoping. Thanks to everyone who posted on my last question really all enjoyed all your reposones . Bobby
  11. Fossil of snake head perhaps?

    A friend from Somalia gave me this rock. he said he found in Hargeisa (northern Somalia). That's all I know about. any ideas what it could be?. the last picture is teh under side.
  12. Indentification please?!

    Found this near a cliff on the beach in the north east of England unsure what it is?
  13. Hi everyone this is matt again a while ago in one of the creeks in the woods around my house I found this 5 pound chunk of quartz stone here is some photos of the rock enjoy
  14. Plant Fossil?

    Found in Raubsville Pennsylvania
  15. Hi all! Im a newbie but have always enjoyed the outdoors and collecting anything naturistic from feathers to artifacts. I do not have much knowledge of geology unfortunately. This was collected about 2.5 miles from my house in the foot hills of the appalachians. It is so humid here, that I would be surprised if much relating to fossils would survive for very long being exposed. None the less, I am curious as to what everyone's opinion of this neato looking rock is. It has this strange white coating on it...I took the best photos possible with the phone that I have.
  16. Clayton OK Fossil or Rock?

    Could the attached photo be a fossil. It was found underground by a trenching crew near Clayton, OK. Seen it on a desk as a paper weight, curiosity is killing me.
  17. Are These Bones

    Found these and kept them because they look so much like bone. Can anyone tell me for certain if they are bone? Thanks
  18. What is this

    This was found in West Virginia. Any thoughts on what it could be?
  19. Can Anyone Identify This?

    Found this on the Frio River after a good rain. It has round crystals unless they are eggs. I also thought it could be coral. Can anyone tell what this is?
  20. Found in driveway.

    I am not a specialist in any way. My son found this rock digging in our driveway. He is super excited and I am curious to see what the professionals identify it as.
  21. I was on the Dry Frio River and I was climbing up on some limestone boulders and I noticed this square hole in the top of this rock. I have no clue how it got there but there were no rocks in it. Just some dust. No evidence of carving. It's about a foot deep. 5" x 5" square hole. Somebody found an old spongebob fossil maybe. Lol
  22. Fossil?

    Found in Pennsylvania Raubsville
  23. Stone or Fossil

    I've seen pictures of certain fossilized eggs that look similar to this. I was thinking it is some form of sea floor dwelling organism.. i'm still learning so identification is important. Anybody know?
  24. Could it be a fossil?

    Hi everyone, i found this in a little crop of well-stratified limestone/dolomite in the middle of the carbonate platform. What is it?
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