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Found in Jackson County Missouri (I didn't find it myself, but I can most likely get more info on location it was found.) I do believe it was found in a dirt road alley. Long dark grey and brown striations, that cannot be scratched with my nail. Then on one side in a few large chunks, an orange/brown (rust colored) residue, that can be scratched off. I thought my pictures were going to look much better than this. So I can get better pictures ASAP if need be. Let me know any other information I need to provide. Thank you for looking! Hope everyone is
sander posted a topic in Questions & AnswersDear Forum members, I am looking for gemboxes to display my Squalicorax collection in (1 tooth per box). The problem is that sites like this one: https://www.bodemschat.nl/nl/edelsteendoos-58-x-38-x-17-mm-zwart.html only have the foam with velor on top in the colours white and black. however, I want grey/gray ones. Does anyone here know where these are sold? Thank you very much in advance, Kind regards, Sander
I found this a week ago walking on Myrtle Beach. We were looking for sharks teeth, and found a few, but also found this. The shape, and slits underneath that to me look a little like gills, make me think it could be a turtle head or maybe I need of American carving. Any thoughts?
This is the size of a 50 cent piece for those familiar with that coin. It measures about 2 inches in diameter - it's a bit oblong however. I can supply more photos if needed. Someone might identify this immediately with just the 2 photos. This was found recently along the Atlantic Coast shoreline along an outgoing tide after a storm. It's the shape of a top of a mushroom, even with the bottom having an a small indent in center. It's texture feels like pumice, and is light in weight like pumice. As you can see the tissue (or sheet) layers upon layers of holes that create this roun