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  1. I have spent more dollars on my pet bison than I have ever spent on fossil related tools. I’ve purchased: - A poster on bovine skull anatomy. I couldn’t find a decent free one online. - Butvar 76 - Paraloid B72 (auto correct kept wanting to “paranoid” LOL) - Cyanoacrylate (More of it. Ran out during extraction) - A couple books. One is on “consolidants, adhesives and coatings” in conservation. It is somewhat more technical than what I was expecting. Not beyond my comprehension, but definitely a more in-depth study kind of read. Its detailed chemistry of all the materia
  2. Hey everyone! Here is the new look of the Cave Lion! With smaller mane as u see. This is something new for me,to draw animal in the other position.Also, at the end of the paper is a bison skull, example of his diet. Enjoy Darko
  3. I made a trip to bison creek yesterday. Not it’s real name, but where I found the bison. So it seems an apt name. I packed my backpack and hip waders in my trunk and headed out. I got a half mile down the road and realized I’d forgotten to bring a change of pants. I told myself “I’m running late. I’ve got my hip waders to cover my pants. I’ll be fine. I only had 2.5 hours to explore, splash around the creek and play with any new fossils or rocks I might find of interest. I needed to leave by 3:00 so I could go to a send off party for a friend who is going to go minister to the Lakota tribe in
  4. KimTexan

    Bison bone ID

    I have a few mystery bones from my bison that I don’t know what they are. I’m hoping some of you will know. I found this Monday in situ with bones. It doesn’t have the same texture as the other bones. It feels very different. It was found near the scapula if that is of any help. It kind of has an epiphyseal feel to it so I’m wondering if it’s ossified cartilage, but from where I’m not sure. These are all pics of the same thing from different angles. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
  5. KimTexan

    Peculiar break or bite marks?

    I took some pictures of all the bison leg bones last night. After I was done taking pictures I was sitting on the couch next to where the were on the floor. Out of the corner of my eye I saw something odd that I hadn’t noticed before. There are lots of chips and breaks on these bones and I have just passed them all off just breaks, however this one is different. Have a look and tell me what you think. It kind of looks like something took a bite out of it. This is the angle that caught my eye. It is the lower end of the femur. The lateral epicondyle. If the bison were standing
  6. austinswamp

    Vertebra

    Hello I found this sticking out of a wall alongside a creek here in Travis county, Texas. I was hoping to get the specific type of vertebra this is and maybe what it belonged to. Thanks
  7. Beth de la Garza

    Identification and age of Vertebra

    This bone was found at Isla Blanca Park on South Padre Island about 2 months ago. Could you please help me identify what it is and age? I am a sheller and I am finding some fossils lately and I don't know anything about them, so I really appreciate any help. Thanks so much. (I am calling this a caudal because that is the guess my brother made)
  8. Darko

    Bison/Bos tooth?

    Found this tooth while ago.Still not sure to which animal this belongs to.I know that it could be one od these two : Bison or Cow.I Found it last year in a Stream in the middle of the forest when i was looking for Oysters (Gryphea gingensis) in Paraćin,Serbia.People do not live near that forest but maybe they lived in some past.
  9. I can’t be 100 percent sure of the age of the deposit from where these Bison tooth came from. But it would almost certainly fall into a late Holocene early Pleistocene era. Continued :
  10. Complete prehistoric buffalo skull found in Cambridgeshire quarry by Jamie from Fossils Galore in March By Sarah Cliss Fenland Citizen, January 16, 2019 https://www.fenlandcitizen.co.uk/news/complete-prehistoric-buffalo-skull-found-in-cambridgeshire-quarry-by-jamie-from-fossils-galore-in-march-9059305/ Yours, Paul H.
  11. KimTexan

    Bison ID

    Does anyone have any info for how to determine a species of bison? I have a mandible with teeth and many of the other bones. I have the full skull too, but no horns. I haven’t prepped the skull yet. That’s going to take me months probably. Here is a lower right mandible with a radius. A view of the teeth. Thoracic vertebrae. The longest is about 22 inches. Some cervical vertebrae and rib fragments and unknown bone fragment. The atlas and axis vertebrae. A metacarpal Skeleton in situ.
  12. jonathan21s

    Fossilized bone identification.

    I bought this fossilized bone at a flea market for my son. I'm not very knowledgeable on the subject but would love to tell him more information about this piece. The original owner did not know what it was, other than suggesting it could be from a woolly mammoth. It measures about 4.5" x 3". The bottom is naturally completely flat with two smaller flat spots nearby. I'd love to learn more about what this could be, some other people have suggested dinosaur but I'm in Florida and I'm not sure if this piece is local or not.
  13. Wolf89

    Unknown jaw

    Hey all. This jaw might find itself in my collection, soon and I was hoping I could get a positive ID on it. Probably from Texas. Thanks
  14. MSirmon

    Bison skull

    Found in the Arkansas river west of Tulsa. Modern or older?
  15. Drizzt0000

    Bison skull cap

    Found this bison skull cap and I'm wondering if anyone can id it as modern bison or the extinct bison from the ice age
  16. Benjaminpb

    Just a cow tooth?

    I found this in a creek in north Texas. I’m really hoping it’s bison but it’s probably just a cow tooth. Any thoughts?
  17. Tyler Matters

    Bison tooth or cow tooth?

    I got a tooth that I found in a river or creek in central Iowa. I'm not sure exactly where I found it, just that I found it in the water. I was wondering if it is a bison tooth, but I can't tell the difference between bison and cow teeth. I found a partial bison skull with the horns in a creek I go to, so it wouldn't surprise me if it is a bison. I included a picture of the front, back, and grinding surface. Thanks for any help.
  18. Tyler Matters

    Old Bison Horns?

    I'm not sure, but I found what I think is the top of a bison skull with the horns. I found it in central Iowa, sitting on a sand bank in the middle of a river/creek. Could someone tell me if it is? The horns are kind of straighter like an ancient bison, could someone estimate the age and tell me if they think it is? The horn spread is just over 21 inches. It seems pretty old and almost fossilized. Thanks for any help in figuring it out. I'm really interested in what you have to say.
  19. Cachersusie

    Bison or Cow Bones?

    Could anyone help me identify the type of bones we found today in the Post Oak Creek? These two bones weren't found together. Thank you for any help.
  20. Hey everyone! I'm at an antique fair and found what appears to be a fossil bison skull. Card says it's from about 40,000 years ago. What do you guys think as far as it being Real?
  21. Darko

    Bison tooth ?

    Hi to all. Today i found this tooth in the stream in the middle of the Forest. Last time when i was there,i found one huge oyster.So the question is:Is this a Bison tooth or not? The one on the right side i found on the road near the forest,it's also heavy as this one from the stream. If someone can help, it would be much appreciated
  22. wisconsin

    Cow jaw?

    Hi guys, I think this one might be a cow but either way it's quite old based on where we found it. Just curious if anyone could give more insight, as we found some other small pieces of assorted bones / ball joints in this creek bed while metal detecting / fossil hunting. If you need more pictures, let me know. As always, I appreciate the knowledge here. PS: There are two separate jaws (obvious by # of teeth). The lighter colored one appears to be a little younger / less weathered. The darker one is basically wood composite at this point.
  23. BenWorrell

    Iowa Mandible (Deer?)

    Hello! I found this mandible yesterday in a creek in Linn County, IA. It reminds me of a modern whitetail deer, but I'm not sure. One thing that stands out to me is that the middle tooth has three labial lobes. I have a modern whitetail doe adult to compare it too (see last picture), but only the end tooth has three labial lobes. Does that mean this isn't a whitetail deer or is that normal genetic variation? Total length of mandible (broken): 83 mm Thickness of mandible: 19 mm Width of tallest tooth: 20 mm Thickness of tallest tooth: 9.4 mm
  24. hauyn888

    ice aged tooth?

    Today I wanted to participate in the fossil of the month, but I read that I must have found the fossil itself - too bad - so I present it to you here: my coworker made with his daughter during the summer holidays on the Baltic coast in southern Denmark and found this wonderful tooth - 4,5 * 3,0 * 1,20 cm. Unfortunately, I do not know what it is, I suspect that it is a glacial Bison tooth - possibly from another herbivore. Knowing that I treasure and collect fossils, he left the piece to me. I would be very happy about a more precise ID. I appreciate your comments - Thank you, C
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