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  1. Entropy

    impressions probably geo

    Hi everyone. This is probably just a rock with some geologic stuff going on. But, I figured I would throw it up here on the board just in case it was something worth looking at. It looks like little triangular indentations. Thanks for looking. Rock is about 2 feet by 2 feet. Including a photo of whole rock in next comment (cant figure out how to fit it here)
  2. Fossil_teenager

    Trip from corolla beach, NC

    Ok so to start off with this, I’m going to post my finds from a recent trip to the outer banks of North Carolina. I was very disappointed to be going to this location at first, because I had no idea of its fossil significance. I wanted to go further down south where the sharks teeth get huge, but the cases further down for Covid 19 were very high and I didn’t want to risk catching the virus so the whole group (who were all my neighbors) decided to head here instead. The first day on the beach, I found a lot of fish fossils (including those vertebrae’s) but it was the second day that was the be
  3. Specifically on the east coast if possible, but west coast suggestions are welcome too. I've found videos of them being discovered such as the one bellow and I know which states they're in, but no specific location is given. Any and all help is very much appreciated, thank you.
  4. cameronsfossilcollection

    Lower Cambrian Trilobites in South Central PA?

    Hey there everyone. I’m currently up in New York hunting for fossil, and tomorrow I’ll be riding through PA and have been itching to collect at the Kinzers Formation and was wondering if anybody in the forum was familiar with any public access areas to find any Cambrian material? I’ve done a fair amount of reading and it seems like a lot has either been over-collected or is in closed quarries. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Hello, I was wondering where to find PA fern fossils. I've heard of both the Carbondale and St. Clair sites, but I've read these are both closed to collecting. Where else could I find some decent fern fossils? I am from NJ (so this would have to be on the East/Central parts of PA for a day trip).
  6. GeschWhat

    Does anyone recognize this matrix?

    I received this sand matrix from a forum member a few years ago. Unfortunately, I don't remember who I got it from. I believe it is from the southeast coast of the U.S. It doesn't contain a lot of fossils, but it sure is pretty. I have found a couple items of interest. I think the pink sand is garnet, but I'm not sure. The field of vision in the image is 1 cm.
  7. DinoHunter1105

    Ice age fragment

    My father found this today, it is in a spot that has Pleistocene fossils. He seems to think that it is something special, he even thought that it can be a chunk from the sabre from a Smilidon. In my opinion it is at most an unidentifiable fragment. the location is on a beach by Charleston. Thanks so much, Wyatt
  8. Can anyone identify this what type of marine life this skull is part of? I found it today along the East Coast of United States - Atlantic Ocean Spoon in photo for scale. The strange up raised markings on top are perplexing. Type of Eel perhaps? It's wet from me rinsing it in sink. Thank you!
  9. tracyeh

    fossil identification!!

    found this on the beach and am curious as to what it is!! let me know!
  10. Ratsbaby

    Unsure what these are?

    Found these in varying places in eastern Lincolnshire, England. Two were found in regular yard gravel and one was found on the beach. (Smallest to largest: 1.7cm, 2.8cm, 3.3cm)
  11. Paläontologie

    My friend found this fossil

    Hey my friend found this fossil and asked me if i could ask on this side if someone knows what it is
  12. 14a1881

    Unknown Cetacean Fossil

    This is a fossil of unknown origin, it was allegedly found burried in sand near the shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia; or possibly on the banks of the James River. The previous owner believed it to be an intervertebral disc of some kind of whale. It is clearly fossilized and has some areas encrusted with a sand like mineral. It also has a few spots where a shiny black mineral has been deposited. Can anyone provide an identification and possible an estimated age?
  13. OntheEastCoast

    Is this a tiny baby bird fossil

    I have no idea what this really is. I found it when I was digging a new flower bed in my garden. It is from the east coast of the united states off of the coast of Delaware near the Atlantic ocean (I live less than a mile to the ocean). It looks like something to me, but are my eyes playing tricks on me? I can take more pictures. The rock sparkles, making some of the pictures hard to see, I picked the best I could.
  14. Hi all, in a few weeks I’m going to be driving down to Charleston with my two boys and our dog. We are planning to make the drive over several days, fossil hunting at each stop. First stop will be Calvert cliffs area. It’s about a 4-5 hour drive for us. I’ve only been there twice, would love some suggestions on which area to hunt. Other than that, I haven’t planned where else to go. We will try to stick to the I-95 corridor, happy to make excursions off the route for anything that would be interesting. My kids are really excited for this, and so am I! Thanks!
  15. Are there any good fossil hunting spots close by east coast mountains? My family is going camping in the mountains on the east coast, but we haven't decided where, and I'm trying to find mountains near fossil hunting spots. Thanks
  16. killerdog

    Any info on this please

    My five year old found 2 fossil on the UK east coast and wondering if someone can ID them please, not too hard for you guys I bet. 2nd fossil is below cuz of photo size limitations.
  17. killerdog

    Is this an ammonite?

    Found this on east coast of uk, is it a ammonite? The material seems rock/stone like.
  18. Hello! Later this year I'm planning on moving from Florida back to New England. I was hoping to make the voyage into an interesting road trip... I've heard of several places in the Eastern half of the US where you can dig your own fossils. I know that there are some places in Georgia and the Carolinas that are good to find Megalodon teeth, and some places in the northern US that are good for finding trilobites... I'm up for anything interesting and was looking for suggestions on exact places, tour companies, people, anything that you can offer that might extend my collection on the trip!
  19. Hey everyone, I'm looking for trip suggestions for this December. My wife and I recently had a little time free up and we have flight/hotel points to redeem. We'd prefer somewhere that's not super cold (we're from Colorado) but something that also has some fun things to do besides collecting, like hiking or exploring. I've been considering trips to NC, SC, or the Peace River. I'd love to hear from anyone who would have some suggestions for places where we can vacation and I can get out for a few afternoons to look for cool specimens. I'd be particularly interested in f
  20. Kim

    Need help please!

    Oh my I don't know where to start really! My 10 year old daughter is interested in collecting fossils. Today we have been to Filey beach on the East Coast, UK. She found numerous fossils. I think I have managed to help her identify them as ammonite, brachiopod and gryphaea. One however has me stumped and google isn't helping, maybe bone or wood? (to be honest I'm not sure it even is a fossil!) she is proud of her finds and is desperate to know what it is, hence me being here asking for help! Many thanks in advance
  21. WhodamanHD

    Chesapecten nefrens

    From the album: WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Bought from online, was originally from tag sale and strangely enough was labeled "Cambrian".
  22. I am not sure where I found this, but it was on the east coast, probably North Carolina, just can't remember the exact location. This has concentric layers, but I am not sure. Thank you, David
  23. Hello I am a bit new to fossil collecting, but I am going to Florida in a few days, but I will only be limited to the East Coast. So far, I've collected near my home at Big Brook creek in NJ, but I was wondering the best spots for collecting on the East coast of Florida near the Vero Beach area. My family doesn't want to drive all the way to the West Coast for Venice, so if anyone has any tips on the east coast it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advanced! Alex
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