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Lone Hunter posted a topic in Fossil IDPicked out of gravel bank with lovely mix of Qal, Eagle Ford, and who knows what. I find arrowheads alongside crinoid stems. Anyway the symmetry of this caught my eye, it looks like a barrel bead used in jewelry making. I'll be darned if it didn't have two perfectly aligned holes that appear filled in. The ends are identical, I have seen several things that look just like it but I know it could be another concretion trick so seeking professional advice.
Found in South Eastern Bartholomew County Indiana.. My younger brothers (Ages 8-9) were messing around digging random holes back in the 17 Acres of Forrest behind our house and came across this.. It looks almost like a Mud Wasp Nest but it's solid wood instead of dirt.. Maybe some type of Root? I don't think it's a fossil but figured it couldn't hurt to ask someone else who knows way more about this stuff than myself.. Any help identifying it would be greatly appreciated! Little bros think it's a dinosaur tooth (LOL).. Dimensions.. Length-(8cm) Width-(3cm) Height(1.5cm)
Hello from Greece. Nice to meet you again. Before 2 days in a new open road from Greece to Bulgaria i stop at one point along the route to look if i found any interesting rocks or fossils. (the point is in the photo). I found obsidian, corneal and more, BUT in 7 meters deep down, from the top I saw a small rock protrude from the base rock and it made me curious about the strange lines he had. With a screwdriver I pulled it out relatively easily as the rock is not too hard. My big surprise was when I held it in my hands. It was very tough but very lightweight and is hollow
Found this today March 28, 2013, near Rock Glen, Ontario, at the Ausable River, high up on the river bank where some new clay had washed down. It was in the clay about 6-8 feet above the water level. It measures approximately 6" long by 3" wide and weighs about 2 pounds... What could this be?? Here are some closer details