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  1. Hi everyone, New here! I recently found these a few weeks ago in the Badlands of Eastern Montana, in what I believe would be 'Hell Creek' formation. For clarities sake, my knowledge level is very low, and I'm not looking to sell anything. I hope the photos aren't too confusing visually. The posted photos are of 2 ea. fossils. I found these at the bottom of a canyon while out on a hike. They weren't poking out of deposit per se, but were rather tumbling down the drainage out of a hill side/feature. There were quite a few more pieces laying around where I found these. They are very heavy, hard, and have the feel and 'ring' of fired clay/ceramic. Also, both of them are two-sided, interestingly, as if they are the remains of something that was sort of piled up - or maybe 2-sided indeed. I did some googling and found nothing that resembles them. I did actually join today to get some help in IDing these form all you folks, but this is a VERY cool forum and, I think I will enjoy spending a bit of time here. Thanks a lot for any knowlege that is offered up. Your help is much appreciated! Rod
  2. djnixlover

    New to this

    Is this anything? At isle of wight hunting for fossils
  3. UpsidedownPiranha

    Mineral or vegetable?

    Location: Greece, Crete, Chania coast (NW Crete) Context: beach, among diverse rocks Date found: July 2023 Size: 4,5 cm * 4 cm * 1 cm Our imagination is running wild with this one. Please help with identification! //Piranhas
  4. Emily91

    What is this?

    Hey today I was out side with my dog and he’s a husky so he digs and today he dug this up from a neighbors yard I am trying to identify it but having a hard time does anyone know what kind of bone this is? Thank you for your help!
  5. aber

    Muscle fossil?

    Is it an animals lag?They are arranged from small to large.
  6. aber

    Is this a fossil?

    It is light. Is it a fossil?
  7. Kuppy

    Plant or animal fossil ?

    Hi, Found in slate somewhere in Switzerland. Sorry I have no idea what it is. Kuppy
  8. Hey everyone, does this look like a tooth? I found this during my rock hunting trip in northwest Missouri near Grand River. It's approx 1.5" tall, 1/2" wide.
  9. This oddity’s origin escapes me. I’ve collected rocks and shells from anywhere I can. Unfortunately, I’ll have a few like this as I beg for help in identifying my accumulation. Sorry. I am in Texas and that is the most likely place of origin but I’ve gotten things from all over. Any help would be great curiosity sucks sometimes. Thanks for scratching my itch.
  10. Jenn1972

    Help ID please- is this a tooth?

    I found this in nw Mississippi Tooth or rock? Thanks!
  11. VickyRenee

    Does anyone know what this might be?

    I am new to this forum so please forgive me if I don't do something right. I was rock hunting this weekend near a NW Missouri small river and came across this. It looks like a petrified animal LOL. I am just baffled! It is in pure rock form. It's about 1.5" tall and about a half inch wide.
  12. The only descriptions I can find of these are just that they are fossil shells and have "uncertain affinity", whatever this means. Is it simply not known what organisms they were, animal, plant or otherwise? Are there some speculations?
  13. Nuquella


    Found this in a dirt road ditch washout in Northern Lower Michigan. Appears to have fossilized bone on the right side of the "footprint".
  14. ClaraE

    What did I Find please?

    I Found this in Huesca, Spain. Can anyone tell me what I found please?
  15. Caverat

    Unknown Mazon Creek Fossil

    A specimen from the 1970's or 1980's, but unfortunately date and specific locality are lost to the ravages of mind.... I would appreciate any help in un-Insertae sedising this one! The light blue grid is one inch.
  16. Ruger9a

    I just don't know???

    Good morning folks. I have a strange fossil that "looks" like it might be a devil's toenail or ???? It is filled with what looks like ocean debris. It looks like a shell, but has way too many layers. It also looks like some sort of coral or stromatolite. It came from a box of rocks purchased at a yard sale so there isn't any ID information. Anyone know what this really is?
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