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  1. Genericname

    Flag Ponds MD Fossil ID

    Found this on the beach today at Flag Pond Nature Park in MD, known for Miocene era fossils. Any ideas? Thanks!
  2. will stevenson

    Moroccan heteromorph

    Hi guys bought this when I was in Morocco however seller had no idea of provenance still bought it as it was very cheap. But would anyone have any ideas as to its age, species , location etc thanks so much
  3. Langhar

    YardworknTexas

  4. Found this in a area that has a lot of fossils maybe it’s not some help would be appreciated
  5. CornyCook

    Various Vertebrae

    These we found in the same section of a river, but I don’t know what types of animal or animals they belong to. The center and right vertebrae seem as if they fit together, the left one resembles a large fish possibly. I Appreciate any and all help with identification. Thanks!
  6. CornyCook

    Infant mastodon calf?

    I was on another river adventure and found this Butte. I tried to find images that resemble what I found, the closest comparable was a infant mastodon calf. I would appreciate any feedback y’all may have! Thanks!!
  7. Georgemckenzie

    Some help Would be appreciated

    Found this in a a gravel that is full of fossils like belemnite and Gryphaea. It stood out from the rest - maybe it’s just a rock? This is it :
  8. My father found this today among the gravel we were laying. I knno there’s lots of different kinds of fossils in the gravel like Gryphaea and other things just wondering what it is
  9. butchndad

    Vertebrae question 2

    Hello again are these 3 in fact vertebrae and if so can you tell if fish, ray or shark? as always my apologies for a lousy iPhone 5 and my thank you for your help
  10. dinosaur man

    Fossils?

    I found these last year when I was in Nova Scotia, so I took some photos of them, there from Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia. Are they fossils?
  11. Kevofossilhntr1

    Help identify peace river find

    Let’s try this again. Need some help identifying this tooth & jaw fragment I found in the peace river area. It has 1 perfect tooth with a second tooth on the opposite side split in half. Has me very stumped!
  12. I’m just wondering, would an Albertosaurinae be able to manage to attack an Ankylosaur?
  13. I have a question, have any dinosaurs been found in Kothapalli, Maharashtra, India?
  14. I got this Mosasaur tooth a little while ago about 2 years ago. It’s a little light but decent. There is a little chip on it and it’s full on white. So I was just wondering if this is even real or just a cast.
  15. Kaylak

    Is this a tooth???

    Hi all, once again, this was found in a stream in Eureka, MO, USA. It is about 1.5 inches long and very light weight.
  16. dinosaur man

    Iguanodon Vertebra?

    Along with the Daspletosaurus and Alberta fossils I have been looking at in trying to get. I’ve have also been looking at some European Dinosaur fossils to get. I have found this and am wondering if it’s a IGUANODON vertebra?, or another animal? It’s from the Isle of Wight, England. Thank you!!
  17. dinosaur man

    Finger or Toe bone?

    Hi is this Geologic or fossilized?, if it’s fossilized, what did it come from?And if so would it be a finger, or toe bone? Thank you!!
  18. dinosaur man

    Sauropods in Canada?

    Hi I’m wondering are there any Sauropods found in Canada (Alberta)? Wouldn’t it be possible to have Sauropods in Canada? Is there anything found? Thank you!!
  19. will stevenson

    Continuous ID thread

    I didn’t have much time tonight so I just organised these STH teeth i think the circled one are isurus planus and the others isurus hastalis but feel free to correct me
  20. FossilsandScience

    Possible Cranium Element?

    Hey everyone, I was digging in the Lance Formation of Wy and I came upon this odd fossil. It doesn’t look like rock to me and a few others have agreed with me. I have been researching what it might possibly be, when I came across this Forum article, My fossil looks identical to part of the cranium element above and I was wondering what you guys think it might be. Could it be a partial Cranium Element? There is a few pieces of sand a matrix covering a tiny section that makes the fossil look whitish, but it’s all brownish in coloration. Any info is appreciated. Thanks!
  21. FossilsandScience

    Unknown Maxilla from Oligocene

    Hey everyone, I was digging in the White River Formation when I found this amazing maxilla of some creature. Through some questioning and conversations with various paleontologists, many people have different opinions of what this is. The responses I’ve had are all different, being Oreodont, Dire Wolf, or a species from the family of Brontotheriidae. The w shaped teeth might suggest Brontotheriidae... What are your guy’s opinions? The maxilla is about 6 inches long.
  22. Kendra5152

    Fossil or foe

    Was wondering if this was a egg
  23. Pewpac

    ???Cant figure this one out

    I found this today looking for driftwood along the Chesapeake Bay near Baltimore. It is very lightweight, it is definitely fossilized, and the chambers are thin walled and shallow depth-between 1/8 and 1/4 in wide and seem to be generally hexagonal. Initially I thought wasps nest but the size of the chambers isn't uniform, however I do think perhaps it could be a strange colonial Coral but it isn't calcified. I've never found anything like this in Maryland before and I'm having trouble finding others like it online. Any incite is appreciated, thank you.
  24. SO I went fossil hunting the other day just for plants in Stillwater. I manage to to find two fossils one I'm pretty sure is a plant and the other I have no idea. I thought it was a shed insect exoskeleton but I'm not sure. Can anyone help me with what these are?
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