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Found 7 results

  1. Various extra fossils ID

    Hello again! Asking for help, AGAIN! =]. Im thankful for all the helpful people on this forum. So these are various fossils that I collected and at the time didn't think much of. Now that its been a while and collected from various locations, maybe one of these fossils I didn't think was anything could be something good. Any help is appreciated. I understand most of these wont be able to be I'd but like I said any information is appreciated. Here is a toe bone that looks very similar to a dryptosaur toe bone, however, I do not believe this to be a fossil as it is rather light and still a little wood-like. (.9inch x .5) I am unsure of what I have in the first picture, but it does have some patterning on the top. Otherwise, it looks like another iron inclusion to me. The second object on the right has the side cuts like a mososaur would but its very rounded and no lines on the front/back. Something tells me a possible crustacean. It came out a little blurry so let me know if you would like to see a better pic. (Left with grooves= 1.1 inch x .25 inch and sharper crustacean bit = .7 x .25 inch Two unidentified bones Top = 1.75 inch long x 1.6 wide , bottom =1.6 inch long x .5 wide Assuming shark tooth with worn molar, just looks a little off compared to most teeth = .75 inch long Right = .75 x .5 inch Left = 1.1 x .75 inch Two more weird peices. Worn mososaur? and idk Perhaps the most interesting one. = 1.1 inch x .4 inch The second most interesting = .7 x .5 inches
  2. Greetings from Texas, where I've made tracks all over the state this year while chasing the thrill of discovery. I bias my paleo time toward field excursions and prep, less toward reporting, so I'll roll out some of my favorite finds for the year in one thread. But first, the legalese. Good sites are getting hard to find, and harder to hang onto, so I try to play my cards close to the vest in that regard, at least the ones I might care to return to at some point after sufficient weathering has occurred. In that spirit, this thread is about fossils and not their source. But do not be alarmed, when it is time for my stewardship to end and pass things into other hands for perpetuity, full provenance will make its way to recipient institutions. In line with the Law of Superposition, let's start with the older stuff first and work our way up the strat column.
  3. Considering the length of time they lived it seems there are not just too few but unbelievably few species that people have discovered, don't you agree ? Also this leads me to the question which I could not find an answer to in google... that must mean something. How did the biological variety change though the course of the planets history. Is there a way we can know, were there more animal and plant species 1, 10, 100 million years ago?
  4. Hit Stratford Hall Plantation today for a quick shark tooth hunt. Teeth here dont seem to be the easy surface finds frequently, but the stretch of beach is plentiful with teeth if you go a tad below surface. The rock/shell beds above the water line seemed to be the most fruitful. Also, my wife had great luck literally watching teeth just roll up on shore with the tide. I will say, for those who are more into the arrowheads and beautiful rocks, this is a great place to hunt for them! Also found ray teeth and possibly a 6 or 7 gill?
  5. School Project: Georgia Sampler

    Over the next month, I have a school project relating to collecting at multiple different GA sites for the school news show. Already know I can head to the Conasauga Formation for one stop, and I'm also thinking of checking out Cretaceous deposits down South for the first time. Any recommendations as to specific Cretaceous GA sites, or other sites in general in GA? Wanna keep it in-state so it'll stay as local.
  6. Best place for variety in America

    So I'm curious for the best place in America for a variety of fossil hunting. If you guys could move anywhere in the US, where would it be? There has to be a perfect spot with different epochs in all directions right? Maybe not, but what do you guys think?
  7. Toothed or Toothless?

    Hello fossil wizards, please help. I found this washed up on Myrtle Beach when I was a kid. I think it looks like a tooth? I've always wondered what it is or what it belonged to. It keeps me up at night, haunting me, floating in my mind's eye mouth, 20 years of unidentified oversized toothy torture. Anyway, I would love to finally find out the tooth to this mysterious mystery of the perhaps dental variety & put this & myself to bed.
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