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  1. I found this at Flat Rock Park in Lineville, Alabama. Does anyone know if this is a bone of some sort, or if it's something else? Thank you!
  2. Found this hiking in a canyon in Colorado
  3. Prognathodon178

    True Fossil Identity

    I recently bought a small ceratopsian tail vertebra found in the Judith River Formation sold under the label "Centrosaurus". However, though many fossil dealers, including Fossil Era, sell teeth and bones under the centrosaurus label, I have read that centrosaurus has only been found in Canada. Are these fossils truly Centrosaurus or some other species. Thanks!
  4. ydok

    Need IDs Please

    These were all found in Putnam County, Indiana today. Just wanted some help identifying. Thanks! 1. Very lightweight. Was able to break it in half. Almost felt like wood. I know this probably isn't a fossil, but everyone is very knowledgeable here lol 2. I know there are crinoids and sponge in here, but I'm not sure what the larger white ones are. 3. Again, I know these are crinoids, but is that large piece also a crinoid? 4. Is this just an odd-shaped rock?
  5. Irongiant97

    Donut shaped fossil???

    found this while at my usual spot, northern Minnesota, Coleraine formation idk what it is, I’m afraid to clean it off because it’s somewhat fragile, but it looks donut shaped but with harder edges, so like a big fish vertebrae, which I did actually find a smaller one in the same hunt.
  6. ADB78

    What is this?

    I found this yesterday on my land. I live in North Florida. Can someone help me identify it? Thank you.
  7. CanAnyone tell me what this may be by looking at these ?and also can anyone tell me are there certain bones that give a tail tail signs besides the skull or teeth ?
  8. We are very new to this but trying to learn. Does anyone see anything here

    Can anybody identify it yet?

    So far the dimensions of what's showing is 15.2mmx6mmx1.5mm & it's starting to curve back into the rock. With no sign of the end yet. I'm taking my time & investigating the piece after every couple scrapes. Whatever it is, it's not as hard as the surrounding material. I'm going to wait till I get a response before I do anymore. Just in case any of you think I should turn it over to a professional so I don't screw up whatever it is.
  10. Vnaz50

    Rock or Fossil?

    I found this rock on the edge of the hill in my backyard in Helotes, Tx. The previous heavy rains have exposed a lot on my hillside. I am in sure what the wood looking pieces are in pictures 3&4. If anyone is familiar, that would be great.
  11. 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!
  12. Notidanodon

    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
  13. Langhar


  14. Found this in a area that has a lot of fossils maybe it’s not some help would be appreciated
  15. 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!
  16. 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!!
  17. 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 :
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. dinosaur man


    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?
  21. 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!
  22. I’m just wondering, would an Albertosaurinae be able to manage to attack an Ankylosaur?
  23. I have a question, have any dinosaurs been found in Kothapalli, Maharashtra, India?
  24. 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.
  25. 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.
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