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Found 22 results

  1. 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 keep going back to the idea of “nah it can’t be” And thinking it’s just a cool rock. Either way the water seemed to do a number on this this find eroding it over the years. Also the finds in this brook are usually Cretaceous period specimens and the occasional dinosaur fossil is rare, and reptile fossils are a tiny bit rare too here I think. I have a couple pictures that I took that night when we returned home. I’ll take better lit pictures if these aren’t adequate enough, but the main question I have that’s been bothering me is; is it a rock or a fossil from something once living? Side note the front is slightly smoothed/curved and the back is mostly flat. Please and thank you to anyone willing to help. I’ve also taken the time since then to email 2 local universities for assistance too if that’s even possible.
  2. Found in southern chile

    What is it?
  3. The sharks in the stream

    Had a great time shark tooth hunting in a stream in Charleston, SC. Wish I knew what types of sharks they came from but pretty good haul I think!
  4. Tooth?

    Went in a stream in Charleston and found a bunch of shark teeth but I found this guy and have no clue what it is! Anyone have any thoughts?
  5. Hello everyone, Does anybody know what this might be? Found in a stream in the forest in the region of calvados, Normandy,France. I have never found anything like this. U cant really see the details of the thing sticking out of the spongelike matrix in the pics cause my camera is not the best. But here we go:
  6. I found what I think is a bone head many years ago at Whispering Pines Camp in Franklinville, NY, which is in Cattaraugus County. It was sitting exposed at the edge of a small stream that runs through the camp, on a hill. I apologize for not having scale in the photos. The measurements are: 2.5 cm thick, 4.5 cm across at very top, 3.5 cm top to bottom as pictured.
  7. Need ID Help please!

    I found this in a stream in central Missouri, USA. Not sure what it is... in the base it appears that a crinoid existed in it and that this may have been some sort of cap or stem from a crinoid- however I can't find any pictures of anything like this. Any help would be appreciated!
  8. Need help on these 2 finds.

    I need help identifying what kind of tooth this is. Was told it could be a bison or bovine tooth. But is there a way of positively identifying it ? And is the second a nodule of some sort ?
  9. I found all of these (possible?)fossils in a trout stream in an old patch of forest in waupaca county Wisconsin. Any ID help would be appreciated. Thank you
  10. Fossil or rock/mineral

    Found these while sifting in a creek in Summerville SC. Not sure if this a fragment of a tooth or some sort of rock/mineral growth. There's some strange layering on them and I havent seen anything like it before. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
  11. Unknown tooth, possibly whale

    Found this while sifting in a creek in Summerville SC. Found alongside a wide variety of other fossils (variety of shark teeth, dolphin teeth, horse teeth and other pleistocene bones) so cant pinpoint the time frame. But can't find anything that matches and thinking it may be a whale?
  12. Unknown bone or tooth

    Not quite sure what I'm looking at here, looks like a bone but there are serrations on either side, is this a tooth of some sort or just a fish bone? Found alongside small shark teeth of all varieties and dolphine/whale fossils.
  13. Fossil of holes

    Not exactly sure what this is, my first thought is a burrow fossil but not sure. Each hole is roughly half a centimeter wide with a grouping of 6 of them. Any ideas? Found in Summerville SC stream bed
  14. Asymmetrical Ripple Marks

    From the album FreeRuin's Finds

    Marks left by the movement of a river or stream in the early Jurassic. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  15. Unknown tooth/claw?

    Found this in Summerville, South Carolina in a stream bed alongside a variation of sharks teeth, shark vertebrate, and other assorted bone fragments. found in sandy/rocky soil right below surface of water. Two similar fossils were found close by as well. First thought was crocodile but it doesn't seem to match, any ideas of what this might be?
  16. 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
  17. What kind of fossil shell?

    Hey guys! I found this in the stream In the forest and i'm definitely sure that is from somekind of sea shell.I didn't find anything similar like this in the forest so your help will be nice! I just wanna know what kind of sea shell species is this.Here are the photos bellow:
  18. Hello, I am going fossil hunting in a stream called Big Brook in NJ. It's mostly a stream ankle high. So I was wondering where should I dig and sift to find the most fossils? Should I dig deep? Should I go where all the rocks are? Should I dig on land? Thanks.
  19. Found in creek bed

    Found this in a creek bed in Missouri. It is about 2 inches long. Any guess as to what it is?
  20. huge nodule?

    This is roughly 5', think there's anything in the middle perhaps? Gonzales TX
  21. Hi, I live in a small town in western mass near Springfield and of course interested in fossils. I can't seem to find any fossils in my area at all I've searched since I was younger o no avail. All I want to know is anyone has had any luck with fossils in this area. Thank you
  22. One day last week I decided to go looking for some fossils near my house. There is a stream about 2 miles away that runs through a small field, and last year the area was heavily flooded due to a bad rainstorm. I parked my car nearby and walked down into the field where the stream was and the floodplain was littered with all kinds of rocks, mostly big pieces of quartz. I was looking around and saw this one rock that sort of looked like a baseball glove. The bottom of it was a gray rock that had some small shell molds on it, but I was really fascinated with the color of the rock on top of the gray portion. Take a look, it's really interesting.
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