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  1. Share your favourite ICE AGE era fossils, I love to collect them myself This is my favourite fossil: Coelodonta antiquitatis lower jaw Length: 42CM Weight: 3,557KG Location: Permafrost, Siberia
  2. Better pieces of my Woolly Rhino and Mammoth teeth/molar Biggest mammoth tooth is around 11/12 lbs Biggest rhino tooth is around 4,5 inch
  3. I found this fossil in Eastern WA (Pasco, WA, Benton County) in areas of the flood basin near the white bluffs in the hills along the Columbia river. It's from the Ice Age as my father who is a geologist said thats the era it's from with the layer of earth, and he was thinking it would be maybe from a camelops, bison, giant sloth or some other medium sized animal. But as I was looking at pictures of bones of these animals I couldn't figure it out. None of the vertebre seem to match this one. I'd love help ID-ing this fossil vertebra please. If you need better images please let me k
  4. Last summer I became interested in collecting mollusks from the Chicago area rather by accident. I happened to find some shells in a dug up wastepile. I contacted the Prairie Research Institute and it turned out a geologist there was interested in C14 dating them for a surficial geologic mapping project he was working on. I then became obsessed with finding more from different points around the city. I was able to find 5 other localities and these samples were also donated. These are are freshwater aquatic mollusks from the Tolleston shoreline of ancestral Lake Michigan. Overall it was fascina
  5. Fossil_teenager

    What vertebra is this (OBX NC)

    Can I have some help on this? I have no idea what species it’s from and it’s driving me crazy. Any tips would be appreciated. Found in Duck, North Carolina. (OBX NC = Outer Banks, North Carolina.)
  6. Last time I visited the outer banks, I was in Corolla and I found some of my best ice age fossils ever. So when my mom and all the other adults wanted to go again for two weeks, I didn’t protest. So off we went, down to Duck this time. It turns out that we had to leave a little early, but I wasn’t disappointed because I got what I wanted from that place. The amount of fossils here were a lot less common to find than in Corolla and I found myself walking miles and miles between finds before stumbling across something. With that being said, I got some nice sharks teeth, ray plates, more fish bon
  7. Hello, I am looking for tips on how to distinguish the teeth of a woolly mammoth from a steppe mammoth or a forest elephant. Thank you in advance
  8. JessStec

    10.5 in fossil

    Hi, my name is Jess, I am from a city in Massachusetts where we are lucky enough to have commercial fishermen go out and bring back some of the best seafood. I dated a fishermen for a bit and I could of cared less about money, I always wanted the sand dollars and sea glass and for such a horrible relationship I was at least able to make it out alive with what we thought to be possibly a saber tooth tigers? I appreciate any feedback. Thank you ! Jessie
  9. Mioplosus_Lover24

    Indiana Mammal Tooth

    I found this tooth in my backyard creek along with several deer teeth and fossil bone fragments. This tooth was the odd one out and I just think it's not a deer.
  10. Hey everyone! Here is the new look of the Cave Lion! With smaller mane as u see. This is something new for me,to draw animal in the other position.Also, at the end of the paper is a bison skull, example of his diet. Enjoy Darko
  11. Zdravo svima! "Hello everyone!" Again with Ice Age animals! Now with my favorite animal, the Cave Hyena or Crocuta crocuta spelaea.I've done it in my way,also using the spots of one cave painting where Cave Hyena has spots going from the head to the middle of the stomach.And,yes the ear has been bitten by other predator and now scar is visible.I hope u Will like this one Kind regards, Darko
  12. From the album: Cave Bear and Cave Hyena teeth

    Rare Cave Bear fossil teeth and bones from Southeastern Serbia,also Fossil Cave Hyena teeth from the same location. Enjoy :)
  13. Darko

    Smilodon Populator 2

    A new Smilodon populator to start New 2019 ! I hope u will like it!
  14. Darko

    Something New

    Hi everyone! Something new this time! In two day i've done these 3 beautiful animals : 1.American Bison - Bison bison 2.European Red Deer - Cervus elaphus 3.Moose - Alces alces I hope u will like it! Pozdrav, Darko
  15. Hi everyone ! I'm here to show you some of my new fossils which are also in my collection.This time something much different.I have mammoth bone parts,found in Danube river,place is called Ram,near Belgrade.I've got them as a gift from a friend. U can see first the part of the lower jaw of the Juvenile Mammoth,a scapula part,part of the mammoth molar and many parts of Mammoth tusk fragments.They are not from the same individual and it's unknown if it's from Woolly Mammoth,Mammuthus trogontherii or from Mammuthus meridionalis.Enjoy. Pozdrav, Darko
  16. Mummified ice age wolf pup and caribou found in northern Canada The rare remains of an ice-age wolf pup and a caribou will offer insights about life in Canada's far north more than 50,000 years ago, scientists say. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45527525
  17. Darko

    Pleistocene mammals

    Hey everyone! It has been a while since I've posted here some of my drawings. Here is something new,Coelodonta antiquitatis (Woolly rhino), Mammuthus primigenius (Mammoth) and Ursus spelaeus (Cave bear). P.s. If maybe someone is interested in some of my drawings,let me know. Enjoy
  18. Darko

    Cave Hyena

    Hope u like this one...
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