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Found 48 results

  1. Hi people! I need help for identifying these two canine roots.They were found in some Cave in Southeastern Serbia,along with Cave Bear,Cave Hyena,Bison and Deer bones. I got this as a gift from my friend who has found them also this smaller partial tooth which i think also that is from a Cave Hyena. He thinks that the roots belongs to Cave Hyena canines.On the last picture u can see the scale with his teeth collection and with 3 teeth that he gave me. Thanks
  2. Hey everyone. I need help for this one.I found these two verts this Summer and honestly i don't know from what type of animal they are.They are archeological finds btw,also this other smaller bone..If anyone is willing to help somehow it would be great Thanks
  3. Hi everyone ! I'm here as u know to show u my Personal finds which are now also in my collection.All of the fossils belongs to Miocene epoch (14,5myo) and they're found in Marl stone Quarry in Popovac,Serbia.Here u can see almost whole fish fossil,just without the head and the tail.I hope soon to find one whole . Except that fish,you can also see many fish remains,snail,lake clams,leaf,Equisetum part i think also...And one tinny bone,i honestly don't think that's from a fish tho.I hope u will enjoy Pozdrav, Darko
  4. Hi guys ! After a while i finally decide to hunt some fossils at my old spot,Marl stone Quarry in Popovac.After few hours i found almost whole fish remains,lake clams and some plants...And also one bone which i think that is from a bird or from a mammal. Here are the fossils btw Thanks and enjoy!
  5. A bird or a mammal bone ID ?

    Hi guys ! Can anyone help me out with this ? I found two days ago at my Marl stone Quarry a bone and I don't know if it's from a mammal or from a bird? The lake as you know is from the Miocene epoch.I will send you pics now,it's quite small bone....It looks like metacarpal or metatarsal bone to me..
  6. Suchomimus tenerensis

    Hi everyone. Here is a new drawing that I've finished yesterday. It's a Suchomimus! Hope u will enjoy. P.s.If anyone's interested in some of my drawings send a message. Darko
  7. Bison tooth ?

    Hi to all. Today i found this tooth in the stream in the middle of the Forest. Last time when i was there,i found one huge oyster.So the question is:Is this a Bison tooth or not? The one on the right side i found on the road near the forest,it's also heavy as this one from the stream. If someone can help, it would be much appreciated
  8. Megalonyx jeffersonii

    Today we have Jefferson's Ground Sloth.Enjoy!
  9. Zdravo I just finished with Woolly Rhinoceros...Hope u will all enjoy! Darko
  10. Pleistocene mammals

    Hey everyone! It has been a while since I've posted here some of my drawings. Here is something new,Coelodonta antiquitatis (Woolly rhino), Mammuthus primigenius (Mammoth) and Ursus spelaeus (Cave bear). P.s. If maybe someone is interested in some of my drawings,let me know. Enjoy
  11. Fossil poop and Fossil imprint?

    Hi! Found this today in Great Morava river ( Serbia )...Looks like some sort of maybe fossilized imprint of something? And also second,not sure,but looks like a fossilized poop.I will post now pics:
  12. Horse or a Bos tooth?

    Pozdrav! Found this today after a heavy rain in my garden,not sure if this is a bos or a horse tooth.I try with burning test and it really is a fossil .
  13. Wild boar tusk?

    Hi to all! I found this wild boar tusk few years ago in a 3,5m deep hole in my garden in village of Svojnovo. I know for sure that on this soil lived few thousand years ago a Vinča culture people.I found so many man made pottery and balls from clay,also some bones.The question is: Is this a fossil or not? I tried with burning and it smells a bit but not so intense.Does exists some other technique how to see is this a real fossil or not? Thanks
  14. Id 2.

    Hello! This also found my friend in the Timok river.Id i needed ? Thanks
  15. Fossilized tooth or not?

    Hello My friend found this tooth in a Timok river,eastern Serbia.He thinks that this tooth may be fossilized.It's heavier than a normal tooth,almost like a rock.He tried with lighter to burn it a little bit and told me that it doesn't have a smell.Now the second question is: from which animal this tooth may be ?
  16. Help Id?

    Zdravo I found this little fella in a Marl stone Quarry of Popovac,i think it's some sort of larvae but i'm not sure.If anyone can tell it would be really nice. Thanks
  17. Ammonite Id

    Zdravo! This is my second attempt to see which species of ammonite i have in my collection.The ammonite is From Stara Planina Mountain and probably from a Jurassic period. Any kind of help will be much appreciated.
  18. What can this be?

    Zdravo! Can anyone tell me what can this be? A possible fossil or something else? I found it in the stream where i found last time huge ostrea clam. Thanks
  19. Museum of Paraćin

    Zdravo! I took a little trip to the my hometown's Museum.It's pretty small Museum but it has a lot of things to offer: Things from the Celtic,Roman,Vinča and Serbian Culture. But above all i love the most fossils that were found here in Paraćin...U can see here Bones from Mammoths,Cave Bears,mollars from a Wooly rhino ...etc...But the most fascinating thing is the skull of a Diplocynodon moraviensis,the Aligatoroid that was found in Popovac . Hope you guys enjoy
  20. Zdravo to all! Today was quite nice hunting day in Popovac,Serbia. Found so many interesting fossils at my Quarry.This is only just the beginning of a successful season. Hope you will enjoy as always
  21. Fish vertebrae

    Hey! I found this partial vertebra and i think that is from a fish,can anyone tell me something else? Species.. etc.
  22. Fish ID

    Hi everyone! I found this last year with my ex girlfriend at Marl stone Quarry in Popovac.It's a fish tail. She found it to be exact Can anyone tell me what species can this be? I have two opitions right now: Gobius sp. and Mugil sp. If u ask me why, i can only say that several fish tails have been found there from them as well :D. If someone can help,it will be awesome! Darko
  23. ID?

    Hey guys! As u know i posted once picture of this fossilized tree here, i only had one pic.Now i clear it up and took few photos.Can anyone tell me which species can this be or something else more? I found this in my friends garden btw.
  24. Hey guys! I was hunting today in Marl stone quarry of Popovac and i found interesting stuff with my friend! I hope u like the pics
  25. Eusmilus cerebralis

    Something new here!
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