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Found 22 results

  1. spaceviking

    Is this a fossilized vertebra?

    Hi im a mineral hunter, and my whife picked up this little thing, first i was thinking it was some kind of slag, but after closer inspection it seem to have kind of a organic shape and is non magnetic with lots of small pores. Can this be a fossilized thing?
  2. Rosemary Korteweg

    Help to identify

    Found near Rocky Mountain house, Ab Canada west of the Clearwater river while doing excavation work. it was covered all around with the darker pieces you see beside the main rock and I recently broke the dark pieces of the discover what looks like a start of something within an egg
  3. Gncya

    What is this ?

    Grandson 8 found this by the creek on our farm.
  4. jeannie55

    I Think I Found Crabs

    In all seriousness, a few days ago, I washed three more of the fossils from my fossil hunting extravaganza of which I will eventually post about. I think I see two maybe three crabs in this chunk of what I thought was coral. I am not sure what the matrix is other than a lot of coral and I am still new to prepping; actually, I haven’t really prepped other than washing the fossils. I am posting horrible pictures of which I am sorry about. So in the first picture, is that a smashed crab face? There are long pincher arms and side legs but they are not connected to this part. Do any of you see the
  5. Found these today any info on what they could all be would be great
  6. I have a question, have any dinosaurs been found in Kothapalli, Maharashtra, India?
  7. I've just come back from a lovely fossil hunting trip in Folkestone! Here's what we found *unpreped* in 3 hours: Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area, i'll post more photos when they're clean!
  8. Sherri.S

    What is this?

    Greetings! I'm new on here. This came from my Father who was a rock hound and traveled to Colorado every year. I inherited this and have no idea what it is. Can anyone help? (3 lbs 4 oz, 4 1/2" x 4 1/2".) Thank You! Sherri
  9. Paul-the-yardworker

    Awesome forum! Reason I joined...

    Hi all, This is a great forum, very glad to have found it. The reason I was looking for a good source of information on fossils is: I found this today while picking weeds. The teeth appear to be deer, but the "gumline" is wood, or at least something very similar to wood, so I imagine these teeth are fairly old? I would say each row of teeth is about 5 inches long. I can take more pics if anyone likes. Anyone have an estimate of age? Sorry for name of pic, but I found these teeth fascinating and repulsive at the same time.
  10. Thecosmilia Trichitoma

    Youngest Diplodocus Ever Found!

    Fossil of young long-necked dinosaur found—and nicknamed Andrew I thought this was interesting.
  11. Thecosmilia Trichitoma

    Oldest known footprints in Grand Canyon found

    Oldest known footprints in the Grand Canyon found
  12. AdriBo

    What is this?

    Honestly, I do not know anything about fossils. I just want to know, what is this thing that my grandfather gave me years ago? Is it some kind of bone? Wood? It's about 12 cm long, heavy, and stone like.
  13. JaxRBetter

    Bone 3 from Onslow Beach NC

    Hi all, this looks like a bone to me as well and not of the fish variety... Can anyone help me out with identifying it?? Thank you all for your expertise.
  14. JaxRBetter

    Is this a very large shark tooth?

    The friends I am visiting in NC have these next two specimens in their collection. Because I am totally hooked on this now I convinced him to let me send it for help to identify. It’s AMAZING to me!! Thank you all in advance.
  15. it was found at the base of the scarborough bluffs in ontario on the beach. cow seems the closest while searching google images for possible local animals but the curved roots seem a little different? thanks!
  16. Chrissyprince83

    Found Galveston Beach

    Found on beach. Might be nothing
  17. http://www.foxnews.com/science/2016/11/11/newfound-ancient-sea-monster-is-largest-yet-from-antarctica.html
  18. http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/fossil-100-million-year-fish-swordfish-head-monstrous/story?id=42805067
  19. Fossil615

    Possible 3D Fossil Found

    Never found a fossil before so please bare with me. Let me know if I have something here or not. Looks like some sort of bug because of the pattern on the backside. Also, I couldn't get a super close shot cause I'm using my iphone to capture the pictures but I could see what looked to be wing like veins or patterns in one part of the fossil.
  20. I found this in Northwest Georgia on a farm. It appears to be a large smooth snail shell with the snail protruding out, Its very cool I just dont know that much about it. The rock itself appears to be made up of layers and is very heavy, maybe from the cretaceous period which would make it 100 million years old at least, It was under the ground maybe two feet. Id say it ways about 12 pounds, If yall could tell me more about it I would appreciate it. PM me or email me at leviself <AT> att.net
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