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  1. Hello, while looking through stones along the Sandy shores of Walloon lake in northern Michigan, I found this bizarre tooth shaped stone that seems to have distinct tooth shaped blade or projectile and crevices for attachment. Does anyone have any idea what this could be? (Coin in background is around 18mm diameter)
  2. Thomas1982

    Pennsylvania Projectile Points

    From the album: Pennsylvania Artifacts

    Projectile Points Chester County, Pennsylvania
  3. Thomas1982

    Pennsylvania Projectile Point

    From the album: Pennsylvania Artifacts

    Projectile Point Chester County, Pennsylvania
  4. Thomas1982

    Pennsylvania Projectile Points

    From the album: Pennsylvania Artifacts

    Projectile Points Chester County, Pennsylvania
  5. Thomas1982

    Pennsylvania Projectile Point

    From the album: Pennsylvania Artifacts

    Projectile Point Chester County, Pennsylvania
  6. Bronzviking

    Florida Mystery Finds??

    Hi Fossil Hunters, These finds are quite the mystery to me. I found them on a Tampa Bay Beach, Florida, at different times but they look alike. One side looks like wood grain. The flip side looks smooth and shiny. The edges appear milky pearly white and jagged. All 3 are slightly curved. At first glance I thought they were a stingray barb, then some type of worked seashell. Ruled them out. Are they a man-made tool or natural? What is the material? Petrified wood? Possibly mammoth bark or is this wishful thinking, lol. Please help. Thanks!
  7. kylecosby

    Indian artifact?

    This looks like it may have been used by humans possibly Indians since it was found in Central TX where many Aztec, Comanche, and other tribal cultures originated long ago, or it could be a geode that lost its center? Who knows please do tell. The hole inside is probably about 2 inches deep
  8. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Fishing line sinker
  9. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Native american beads made out of crinoid stems
  10. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Notched Scraper Made out of Chert
  11. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Notched Scraper made out of Black Chert
  12. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Curved Crude scraper made out of blue chert
  13. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Partial Arrowhead Piece made out of blue chert
  14. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    One Faced Scraper blade
  15. C2fossils

    Crude Scraper

    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Crude scraper made out of Chert
  16. C2fossils


    From the album: Otoe Plains Artifacts

    Crude Scraper, it is quite large compared with others I have found, measuring at just over 5 in.
  17. KayTee


    Any ideas... No way can it be JUST A ROCK. Found in Utah.
  18. KayTee

    Probably a rock again.

    Found in Utah I'm guessing it's nothing but it could be something.
  19. jenwat

    Ladonia Fossil Park Finds

    Hello, everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve been on this forum, but I was finally able to make my way back up to Ladonia this week to hunt a little. I didn’t walk too far from the bridge and mostly just surface-searched through gravel bars; unfortunately, I didn’t fulfill my dream of finding a mosasaur tooth, but I did find some other cool things! (Please note that all measurements are in centimeters) 1. My favorite find today was this Xiphactinus tooth. I found it just sitting on top of a submerged (but very shallow) gravel bar. 2. I accidentally found this point after just picking up what looked like a black rock in the water. I’d love to learn more about it; I was thinking perhaps a Gary Point? 3. Next up is a tooth(?) that is so worn down I’m not even sure if it’s identifiable, but I thought I would put it out there in case anyone had any ideas. I was thinking perhaps Ptychodus, but someone suggested to me that it could possibly be Globidens. Any thoughts? 4. Fish bone? 5. Mosasaur vert? This is an unfamiliar shape to me so I’d love some insight. 6. Another mosasaur vert. 7. Bone fragment #1. Not sure if it’s possible to identify this, but it had a distinct shape, so I decided to just post and see. 8. Bone fragment #2. Also not sure if this will be identifiable. That’s all that I have for right now!
  20. Tonya 2873


    I have been collecting rocks for a few years. I mostly just have them in bins but sometimes I look through just to see what I have. I have so many that I would like your feedback on what you think I have. I only posted a few pictures but trust me when I say they don't even begin to cover the amount I have
  21. Roldy

    What is this

    Would like to know what this is it seems like it was carved or chiseled there is nothing like it in the rest of the area I dug it up a bit top seed more but its alt larger than iexpected and seems to be one piece all connected sorta
  22. carlosramos

    Two possible bones?

    These two different pieces were found in Flagler County, FL about 5 miles from the ocean, in the coquina shelf. Can someone help identify what it is?
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