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  1. I found what looks to be two reptiles fighting .one is green and skiny like a caterpillar with arm and a see through head. The other has claws like a crab its green with spikes all over its body
  2. Hello everyone i just joined, i got a question are these real spinosaurus claw? (Thumb claw) found it on a website that was registered to AAPS
  3. Phil Hormel

    Teeth? Claws? From Dinosaur?

    I have these two - teeth, I assume - that are from some long ago - dinosaur, I assume, or perhaps some sea creature. Do not know who gave them to me or the background behind them. But am hoping they look familiar to someone! Thanks, Phil
  4. What do you think about the authenticity of the two claws? They are said to be Ornithomimus from Liaoning Province of China. One is hind limb and the other one is front limb?
  5. Imagine my surprise when I cracked open a beach pebble last week and these two beautifully preserved 180m year old lobster claws were revealed. I was expecting an ammonite but these ancient claws will do. Eryma Species
  6. Lecyadventurers

    Fossils or just shell and rock

    Hey everyone, new here, but hoping I’ve come to the right place! My family just got back from tooth hunting on shark tooth island and found these too and wondered how we could confirm what they are and if they’re just ordinary or could be extraordinary!
  7. Robert Halvorson

    ID my fossil

    Again I just want to stay thank you for everybody's comments I love this forum I'm brand new at this this is like my 5th day 6 day maybe and I'm hooked already I need all the help I can possibly get I don't know what this is can you please help me as far as I know it's nothing could be a rock looks like a tooth to me any help I can get will be deeply appreciated thanks in advance everybody have a wonderful day
  8. Things are getting pretty serious over in The Fossil Zone, so I cleared off a few books and replaced them with fossils. Who needs to read, anyway? Feel free to ask questions about particular pieces. Whole collection: The turtle skull is real, but the surrounding matrix has been stained by the preparator for better visibility. Some here might recognize the new claw that arrived broken in the mail There is a Vinctifer comptoni fish on the back right, along with a negative Grallator footprint, which I can't seem to find a good way to display. New additions here include a croc/turtle egg in-matrix, a Campo del Cielo meteorite, and a few various claws. There's also a piece of the Roman Colosseum, whose origin story I should not divulge. A complete Psittacosaurus foot joins the family. To its immediate left is a Triceratops frill spike. My best-prepared fossil here is the Ichthyosaur rib plate on the right – just incredible work. The little Knightia in the front reminds me every day I need to get a really good fish fossil soon. Amber Time! My favorite time. Rarer inclusions are a mushroom, pill pug, a gigantic damselfly, triple crane flies, a large millipede, caterpillar, a bloated tick/mite, moth with perfect wings, and a small lizard claw. More amber! S-shaped Centipede, multiple termites, a gecko tail, a big fuzzy bee (middle center), and my favorite... ...the back half of a lizard stuck to a leaf on the bottom right. Nice view of that killer centipede here as well! I'm gonna need a new shelf soon, but space is limited here in this tiny NYC studio apartment. Thanks for looking, friends!
  9. katp9906

    Need help with ID’ing these

    I’m pretty sure these are teeth(as opposed to claw?) I’ve been 4 weeks in fossil groups trying to figure it out and have gotten approximately 20 different answers(cave bear, peccary, jaguar among the top) any help would be appreciated IMG_0549.MOV
  10. Hello. I am new here and I have quite a few specimens that I believe to be teeth or claws, that appear to have fossilized from a mineralization or petrification process, but I could certainly be wrong. These have all been collected from SW Missouri. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  11. Hi, does anyone have or know where I can view images of a ankyloaurus/nodosaur foot but especially the ungals? Having a hard time finding images for a comparison.
  12. Crazyhen

    Turtle/dinosaur claws?

    Three claws and some bone fragments from Ganzhou, China. Cretaceous formation. Are the turtle claws or dinosaur claws?
  13. Hello! Names Eric and I'm hoping to trade for dinosaur teeth. I am also interested in claws and dinosaur bone that I don't currently have. I actually do have dinosaur fossils for trade ( such as Trex, Triceratops, Edmontosaurus, etc) and ice age fossils (Mammoth, Cat, etc) for trade. I"ll try to attach a word document below of the current dinosaur fossils (prehistoric reptiles and mammoths included) that I have. Thanks your time dino names.docx
  14. I've seen people collecting Megatherium claw cores on this site for a good while, but I never did get a good look at what a complete claw would look like (since judging by the fact that they're cores, there'd have to be more to those claws in life). What other components would make up the claws of animals like Megatherium, and what would a complete claw look like?
  15. FossilizedJello

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  16. Ann Rozeboom

    Madagascar

    Hello Forum members, I live in Madagascar and bought a few fossil teeth at a local market. Or are they claws? Can anyone tell me what kind of these fossils are from. Thanks in advance for all the effort. Ann
  17. DatFossilBoy

    Dinosaur claws

    Hey guys. I saw these claws online and I was wondering what Dino they are from. they are very small and incomplete. I am aware of the poor quality of the pics but unfortunately it’s all I have. Hopefully you guys can still tell. From Hell Creek fm. Thanks and kind regards.
  18. Aivaras

    Is it tooth or claws?

    Hi everyone, I am new here and this is my first post here. Who could identify what kind of animal this tooth is? I found it in the sandbox. I think it came from a sand quarry in Lithuania. Thank you for replys.
  19. Hello! I see this 3 pachycephalosaurus claws. The seller told me that are natural and not restored. Are restored? Wich one has better quality? Thank you so much!!
  20. Hello! I see this 3 edmontosaurus claws. The seller told me that are natural and not restored. Are restored? Wich one has better quality? Thank you so much!!
  21. A member of the forum asked if I cam put a topic together to help identify claws from the Hell Creek/Lance formation. Its fraught with difficulty since so little has been published and described from these faunas but will attempt to put something together. All subject to discussion and mistakes. Although the focus there is with the dinosaurs of the Upper Maastrichtian its applicable to most of the other faunas of the Campanian and Lower Maastrichtian ages. Ceratopsian indet. This family of dinosaurs include Triceratops, Torosaurus and other large bodied Ceratopsaian yet to be described. Identifying unguals to a Genus/Species level is impossible and these are best identified as Ceratopsian indet. Ceratopsian unguals are best described as being rugose with many pits/holes on the front perimeter of the ungual. There is also a ledge (more pronounced on some than others) on the ventral side as shown by my red marks. I find it difficult to tell the difference between hand and foot unguals of the same size other than the wings are not has pronounced. The more symmetrical the wings are the closer the ungual is to the midline Digit III. Photos are the best way to show what they look like and here are some from my collection Dorsal view Ungual 1 Ventral View Ungual 1 Dorsal View Ungual 2 Ventral View Ungual 2 Dorsal View Ungual 3 Ventral View Ungual 3 An illustration of a Hand (Manus) A photo of a composite foot Leptoceratops indet. A small Ceratopsian in these faunas is a Leptoceratops. Teeth are the most common material found or sold but there are skeletal elements found. Here is an ungual I found in the Hell Creek. The dorsal view is like an isosceles triangle and very compressed. Dorsal View Ventral View Since these are extremely rare here is an additional photo of a associated set of unguals from the Two Medicine Formation An illustration of an campanian foot An illustration of a digit.
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