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Dustinwolfe82

NE Texas fossil hunting

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Dustinwolfe82

Ok this may be a stupid question but I’ve only been hunting and researching for about 2 weeks. So I live in the NE Texas area and I’m trying to find what sort of fossils are going to be readily available. I’m assuming that since this area was mostly underwater for millions of years, the majority of the fossils in this area are aquatic Cretaceous. Is that a fair evaluation? I know every area has it’s common fossil and species, I’m just trying  to figure out what mine is. Please forgive me if this is a common question but I feel the only dumb question is the one never asked. I’ve done sports memorabilia for 20 years and I know how it is when a newbie starts asking all sorts of common questions. I then remember I was there once.

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Herb

No shortage of geology or fossils in TX

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