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  1. Late Start Fossil Girl

    Are these tracks??

    My husband purchased this landscaping rock in a pallet from a Bath/Bethlehem, PA area supplier about 20 years ago. Most of the supplier’s stones are from Pennsylvania. I’m guessing this is sandstone??? I’ve been staring at this rock for sometime and before I place it back, I wanted to get some opinions if anyone sees any type of tracks on this rock? I feel like my fingers fit in the specimen very nicely. Can’t tell if I’m seeing 3, 4 or 5 “toes” ? Maybe I’m just an imaginative newbie. Thanking anyone in advance who looks at these photos.
  2. Fossil_teenager

    Permian tracks from NM

    I found some more Permian tracks in New Mexico and I think they’re probably related to a Temnospondyl amphibian. I have the first track I found from this place here, but I also found one with 4 tracks in the rock that I’m fairly certain are some of the best I’ve found in a while. : Here are those tracks. Now something cool I noticed on this one is there is a track I circled here: because it pokes out on the other side, like this right here: I’ll also give you guys a close up of the ot
  3. Fossil_teenager

    Texas and New Mexico Dino tracks

    Wow is all I can say. I cannot believe what I have managed to find this week alone. I went to Texas for a vacation, and I’m coming out with some of my best fossils (in my opinion) I’ve found this year. I came here hoping to score some trace fossils of what once lived here, and score some, I did! Since there are two different time zones, and 4 different types of fossils found, I’ll split them up based on environment, and time. With marine fossils going first and tracks going second. Permian first, and Cretaceous second. I’ll do a picture of the whole haul and then we’ll get started. I also was
  4. RetiredLawyer

    More tridactyl type tracks

    Been finding a few of these types of tracks recently. Will be curious to see if they actually are tridactyl dinosaurs.
  5. Tiny Cat-Sized Dinosaur Leaves the Smallest Stegosaur Footprint Ever Discovered by Paleontologists University of Queensland, SciTechDaily, April 17, 2021 Xing, L., Lockley, M.G., Persons IV, W.S., Klein, H., Romilio, A., Wang, D. and Wang, M., 2021. Stegosaur track assemblage from Xinjiang, China, featuring the smallest known stegosaur record. Palaios, 36(2), pp.68-76 Yours, Paul H.
  6. RetiredLawyer

    Interesting new track

    Second picture is what appears to be a tridactyl track. First picture might be also. According to the paleontologist there is discussion of the possibility of dinosaurs being around in this time period.
  7. RetiredLawyer

    Found a third site

    Out walking and flipping rocks as usual and found a new site. I don’t recognize most of the tracks.
  8. Hi everybody . Here's the story: somedays ago, one friend showed me this specimen. It was bought by her mother 4 years ago, but didn't knew the species and if it's real or not. I told her it's a Grallator footprints, probable Jurassic, but I wasn't sure if some of the footprints are real or fake What do you think? All the best and stay safe Juan
  9. My family and I are on short end of season camping trip in Southeastern Pennsylvania and decided to head over to Gettysburg. These have probably been covered here before but I got some pictures of the famous Dinosaur Footprints on the Bridge! My son loved it (I’m gonna pretend more than me ). Anyone know of anywhere I can go searching for some fossils while I’m in the area that’s around the Gettysburg area??
  10. RetiredLawyer

    Trackway almost put together

    The trackway is about 18’x12’. It’s looking good. Still have a few more pieces to go. And a couple really big ones to drag into place.
  11. Assembly is coming along nicely! Still hauling out pieces to fill in the gaps. Hopefully the weather will hold out.
  12. RetiredLawyer

    Piecing it back together

    Have some nice trackways from the new spot.
  13. RetiredLawyer

    Hit the jackpot

    Found this large expanse of rock today. The few chunks I pulled out all have tracks. Need to start exploring to see where the edges are.
  14. Snakebitetrucker

    Possible tracks in rock arizona?

    Good day all. I'm new here so let me introduce myself. I'm Robert, an amateur gold prospector, fisherman and lots more. I have found nothing too interesting during my gold panning adventures well not for an untrained gold fevered eye anyways but have found tons of modern aged bones that looks old at least a few hundred years old. Anyways now since thats out of the ways I was driving through Arizona when I reached the top of the hill at the sitegreaves national forest sign off of 260. I pulled over to let my semi truck cool down and chose to hike a bit. I sat down on a rock and foun
  15. RetiredLawyer

    Love my new neighbor!

    My new neighbor (mile away but still the closest) rented an end loader and volunteered to move two of my biggest rocks! Both safe in my collection. And even better, went up the side of the wash about eight feet and found tracks. Could be the edge of the undisturbed fossil layer.
  16. Took some pictures of the chirotherium tracks. Have quite a few with a front and rear together.
  17. RetiredLawyer

    This one is too big to move

    8’ long, 32” wide. Excellent sets of tracks. Need a backhoe to move this one. Late in the day so pics are a bit shaded, sorry.
  18. RetiredLawyer

    Love this set of prints

    Found this yesterday. It was a bit out of the water flow so it hasn’t been eroded much. Nice distinct prints.
  19. RetiredLawyer

    More nice prints. One unknown

    Nicely defined toes with claws. I guess you could call them sandy claws. Catch me at your local comedy club! Second picture is taken under a rock I’ve tunneled underneath but I have no idea what the print is from. It’s about 2”.
  20. RetiredLawyer

    The summer haul

    One summer, tons of sand and rock and twelve pairs of gloves later. Should have just moved the house to the fossils.
  21. RetiredLawyer

    Nice full stride of Chirotherium

    Found a nice set of front and rear, left and right chirotherium prints. Couple pictures of what the site looks like - I move one and hit two more. Currently have over 100 rocks with footprints.
  22. RetiredLawyer

    Morning footprint finds

    The first picture is a Rotodactylus that has all five toes. The little one at the bottom center is sort of oval shaped and sticks out an angle. Second picture I have no idea. The print on the far right center looks like it has stubby little toes.
  23. clarkbowman

    Union Chapel Mine

    New to the site and have found a lot of odds and ends over the years, more by accident then out on hunts. But now wanting to get some of my grand kids into fossil hunting. So here is my question. Can you hunt for fossils at the Union Chapel Mine? If not is there any old mines you can hunt in Alabama? Thanks
  24. RetiredLawyer

    Very nicely defined footprints

    Found this rock with some nicely defined footprints. The first two pictures are of the same print - has a great impression of the ball of the foot.
  25. RetiredLawyer

    Found a variety of toes today

    This rock has a nice variety of prints with varying number of toes. The bottom center has two toes, the left has three. The upper right is a very distinct print but I can’t tell if there is is a fourth toe to the right of the three long ones.
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