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  1. Alex497

    What is this I’m very curious

    Hey I was curious as to what this object I found while making a fence on my piece of land that I just bought in Southern California is. I’m not a fossil guy in fact I just created this account because I found this forum on google while researching about getting a fossil I’d.
  2. dinosaur man

    Fossilized crab claw?

  3. Croxen

    Silicified bone

    Found this any info is appreciated. No limestone and not much quartz in the area this was found. Everything about it is very hard and possibly silicified. Thanks Jason
  4. Hi friends! I recently went to Rainbow Basin in California. I found this piece of fossilized something. To me, it looks like a chunk of skin and some fat layer underneath. I’m likely way off but, would love to hear all your thoughts on what this may be. Thanks in advance for your help!
  5. Joanne0864

    Mushroom

    Was needing help identifying this fossil. Looks like a Morrell mushroom?
  6. Briansmith

    fossilized hickory nut?

    I found this what I think to be a fossilized hickory nut that was partially eaten by some animal. I found it in northern Kentucky a couple miles from the Ohio river. If someone could help me out that would be great.
  7. fossilforum56

    Fossilized Bone?

    Found these 2 pieces of rock next to each other while beachcombing on Saltwick Bay, North Yorkshire. I believe they are bone because of the honey comb structure. Can anyone confirm whether the rocks are bone or just rock. Many thanks for any help with identification.....other photos to follow.
  8. anastasis008

    Was this rock underwater ?

    In our cottage in an island there are these big rocks that were dug up from the ground when we first built our house but there is one rock in particular that looks like it may have been underwater at some point and I sure am interested in the possibility of maybe finding some fossils, what's your opinion ?does it look like it may have been underwater? And could this area have fossils? Thanks
  9. ScandinavianBleu

    Bison bone cut marks

    In my hunt to find things on my shoreline Ottertail county Minnesota on North Turtle Lake I have collected what I have been told by the University of Minnesota are bison bones. I broke my wrist collecting this spring so I have been reduced to looking over my finds and I noticed for the first time what looks like cut marks. I have also found various tools including a core rock. Does anyone know if these are marks made by a tool?
  10. Taedra

    Fossilized vertebra?

    Could these be vertebrae or ? Found the one large but several smaller ones as well
  11. I was burned by buying two fake eggs and was hoping someone could recommend some reputable sources to buy a real dinosaur egg, i have collected a few dinosaur fossils over the last 5 years and really would like to add an egg to my collection. any help or advise would be very much appreciated.
  12. whodaman1948

    Fossilized turtle?

    Needing help on indentafication of what looks to be a turtle ir shell at least. Any info as to what type of turtle or what I have. Thank you
  13. I came across this in the Puget Sound area (U.S. Pacific Northwest) along the water a few days ago. Wondering if anyone can shed some light on the specifics of what it is, and which era and period it might be from. Is this considered fossilized? It's fairly clean, but wondering what is the best way to clean it (toothbrush and warm soapy water?) Pardon my newbie knowledge on this-- just looking to learn. Thanks!
  14. ckam888

    Whale Tooth?

    I was looking over some fossils in my collection, and can't remember where the heck I found this. I was thinking it is some type of whale tooth, but ..... it really doesn't look too much like the others I have found. I would greatly appreciate y'alls opinion. It is the lower item in the pictures. Thanks in advance
  15. Allin69

    Scotia, cali.

    Found In scotia, ca. How do you determine how old? And what's a good solvent to loosen up sand stone
  16. Tyler Matters

    Petrified Human Part?

    I found what seems to be a fossilized human body part, not sure though. It seems to be something, but not quite sure what. Do you think it's just rock? It is rock, but do you think it's a fossilized human part? A museum I sent a picture to said it was just a rock, but I don't know if they would really want to tell me.
  17. InfoHungryMom

    Fossilized bone found on North Sea beach

    Sorry I do not know terminology yet... I found this North of Amsterdam and I would love your thoughts. Thank you!
  18. hndmarshall

    fossilized tiny egg mass???

    found west of Houston in Brookdhire in gravel load from Brazos River at first I thought it was a piece of turtle shell then perhaps a piece of corral but when I looked at it through a microscope ???? I went online and looked around found something similar but its modern horseshoe crab eggs???...could this be eggs from a very old horseshoe crab? but I think they are smaller...or perhaps something else? it is slightly curved...the clutch is flat about a 1/4 th inch think and an inch in width this is the first thing like this that I had found. if its eggs they don't seem
  19. hndmarshall

    what are these?...are they coprolites?

    ok not quite sure what these are find one every now and then...they have an odd coating dropped a couple in the acid bath for a few minutes and looked at them through a microscopic camera and found all sorts of little goodies... so wondering could these be some type of poo??.....fossilized feces. Coprolites...??. ..fish? turtle? lizard?...??
  20. SharkToothLover757

    Not sure? Fossilized Bone or Mineral?!

    I found this piece this past weekend. I’m not sure what it is..? Possibly fossilized bone but the consistency is so hard it looks more like a mineral to me? The middle is a beautiful tan, almost shiny metallic color at the right angle. Anyone know what it is?!
  21. SharkToothLover757

    I found a bunch of new pieces. Please help!

    Found a lot of new fossils this past weekend. I typically collect shark teeth but I am trying to learn about other fossils a little bit now. I’ll post 3 pictures of different pieces because that is the max allowed to post. I’ll also try and post more pics in the comments if I can. Where are my smart people at?!
  22. I found this today. Hard as a rock.
  23. Melissa_The Fossil Girl

    Fossilized material from Oklahoma

    Recently I got a fossil and it was originated from Oklahoma. I'll like to know from your experience, what do you think this is? Thank you.
  24. Shimmeron

    Fossilized worms

    I'm new on this site and have a few fossilized rocks that I need to ID. This first rock (from Tooele County Utah) looks to have fossilized worms on it. My town of Tooele sits on the ancient dry remains of Lake Bonneville, so I'm always finding rocks with shells and fossils. The rock has some florescent properties, but I think this maybe due to the saturated caliche in the soil (not sure though).
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