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  1. SabertoothHunter

    Is this my first fossil?

    Found this in a forest in Serbia. Is this some kind of forest or maybe sea plant?
  2. Hello! I've been to the main digging site in the Blue Forest of Wyoming a couple of times but would like to try a couple of other sites there. Does anyone have the directions to the other digging areas? Thank you!
  3. Kaylak

    Fossil ID help

    Found this lying on the side of a ridge in a forest in Wildwood, MO. Any ideas on what it could be?
  4. Funk.Missle

    Snail Shell or More Interesting?

    Hey Fossil gang, I went out into the hillside forest next to my dorm and found some shells scattered about. It's very possible they're simply snail shells - I'm very novice. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
  5. Hey Fossil Gang! I was exploring the forest near my dorm and found a small area where the ground had a sparse layer of tiny, white, spiral shells. I'm no expert but they didn't seem like snail shells, I could be wrong. I was wondering if anyone could give me some tips for this situation. What should I do? I thought I could start by collecting some of the surface level shells and maybe even dig around a bit. I imagine just the tiny shells would be pretty common but do y'all think there could be greater treasures laying in wait? What sort of basic equipment/tools should I use? Any he
  6. I live in the Northeast of the USA. I found this bone out in the forest yesterday and I’m having trouble identifying it due to its size. As shown in the photos, the bone looks very scratched up, probably chewed on, and both joints on each end have been snapped off. The bone was cracked down the middle, then fell off my counter which split it in half. I don’t have a metric ruler, but 12 inches is about 30 centimeters. If it had the joints I think it would be closer to 15 inches, or 38 centimeters. I was thinking it was a white tail deer tibia or possibly a femur (I was leaning more towards tibi
  7. Carla Strohmeyer

    Love to know what this is?

    We found this while cutting trails in our forest, on the banks of our spring fed natural pond. We live in southeast Oklahoma, in the Ouachita National Forest, in the Kiamichi River Valley. All of which used to be underwater eons ago. Every single person who has seen it in person, has said it looks like a petrified turtle. It’s heavy like stone & the top is darker with a slight greenish tint & is very smooth & not rough like the bottom or like a rock. The outdoor lighter is 12 inches long. Thank you so much in advance, for your help & insights into what it could possibly be!
  8. Hello everyone, Tomorrow I'll be going for a day-long field trip to the Turonian chalk of Northern France - but I won't be going to the usual Cap Blanc Nez. Rather, I'll be going to a small exposure of chalk in a forest (near Hesdin). Last time I went, I didn't find much (apart from a few bryozoan fragments and a piece of a cidarid spine) - though I hope that this time, I'll find more material.. I plan to also take a few chalk nodules for me to work on back at home, and potentially find more fossils. I hope that what I find will be able to serve as some sort of "comparative researc
  9. indominus rex

    What is it?

    I have asked about this before but I had bad quality pictures, I found it in the Rosheim forest which has recently been known for its mammoth bones that were found. I decided to go there for a look and this one caught my attention and I first thought it was a fossil coral because the mountain was once submerged under water. Please help me find the identity of what it really is.
  10. anjayenunciates

    Fossilized seashell--Lassen National Forest

    Hi! My boyfriend is in the US forestry service, and was recently on a week-long, no communication, survival challenge in the Lassen National Forest. While he was there, he stumbled across a riverbed with some fossilized shells (so exciting). He brought me back a great specimen. If you have any information about its potential age, type, etc., please let me know. It looks like some type of surf clam shell to me! Thanks in advance!
  11. For those in the Illinois area. ESCONI's friday (June 13) meeting will feature an interesting talk about the large intact Fossilized Forests that have been found in Illinois recently. My understanding is that in 2007, the large fossil forest in the Herrin Coal was found and studied. And then in 2012, an even larger one was found in the Springfield Coal. I've linked articles about both of these forests. ESCONI General Meeting 8:00 p.m. College of Dupage, - Tech Ed (TEC) Building, Room 1038B (Map) Topic: Snapshot in time – Geologic Secrets of the Springfield Coal Fossilized Forests Scott
  12. Napoleon North

    Stone Tools?

    The flint found in the forest. size 20 mm x 21 mm
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