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  1. hemipristis

    Pleistocene Mammal Jaw, ID requested

    hello everyone, I saw this on our favorite website. It is a mammal jaw dredged up off of Newfoundland, Canada. It is likely Pleistocene in age. The piece is approximately 12 cm in length. It is clearly an herbivore, but doesn't look like bison, horse, camel, tapir or deer to me; however, I am still learning to ID my Pleistocene mammals. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
  2. I have only this pic to answer challenge. "What is these teeth" teeth pics from thailand museum. Hint from museum is "Slime prey" I don't know some teeth but i think 1.Siamosaurus suteethorni (Thailand 's spinosauridae) 2.? I think Enchodus teeth 3.Crocodile teeth 4.Tiger teeth? 5.Dolphin teeth Please help thank you
  3. JorisVV

    Mammal Jaw ID

    Can anybody help me indentify this jawbone? It is around 25 centimeters. Location unknown
  4. Hi Everyone, I'm very excited to have found and have an opportunity to post on this forum. The rock with a potential fossil was found by my six year old son while we were hiking along a riverbed (Paint Branch watershed) within greater Silver Spring, Maryland area. The rock was in a shallow stream. My son was pulling me by the sleeve to show me a "fox track". He loves nature and always draws my attention to various tracks and animal bones on the ground so I didn't think much of it at first until I realized this time the track was in stone instead of the usual sand/mud
  5. So many shark, dinosaurs topic! Now I want to see your favourite and more particular fossil mammal! It can be your rarest or your strangest fossil but the fossil you love the most. Let me start with this partial juvenile metailurus mandible from Hipparion red clay of Gansu. The erupting tooth still preserve a perfect micro crenulation, I just love it.
  6. Buteo

    Unknown fossil bones

    Last mystery pieces I have, zero info sorry. If someone could help ID what part of anatomy these bones would be from or any other info would be great. Also are bones like this surface finds since there is no matrix on them or perhaps someone did prep on them ?
  7. Hello to All. Any help and input on a correct ID will be awesome. Spotted on the high tide line amongst shell and other debris. The location has seen significant fluctuations in sea levels and has produced Pleistocene material, such as horse teeth, mammoth teeth, even Rhino and Hippo teeth but also Miocene fossils like Megalodon teeth, cetacean teeth and inner ear periotic bones as well as bulla, Great White and Mako shark teeth, just to name a few. All washed ashore by tidal movement. The specimen in question was photographed alongside a horse incisor and a mammoth tooth fragment. Its cross s
  8. This tooth was found last week as float while sifting in this Lower Calvert formation member. All of the other finds were of marine origin, shark teeth, shark verts. , ray plates, etc. Many thanks for your input!
  9. diginupbones

    Which bone is this?

    Not really expecting to find out what animal this is from but I would really like to know what part of the body this bone is from.
  10. ColeFossilFinder

    Mammal Jaw!!!!!!

    So guys basically my neighbor’s friend has big brook running through their backyard, and they found this recently. They are pretty young, and at first they told me they found a dinosaur jaw or bone or something. So I was real skeptical and expecting it to be a deer jaw. But they sent me a picture, and though not a dinosaur jaw, it’s not quite a deer jaw! It seems pretty big, has a few molars still intact, and has the shape of a bison jaw but I’m not sure. Please help me identify it! This is a picture of it in my neighbor’s friend’s hand so I don’t know the exact size but I will ask.
  11. Found in Ram. Looks mammalian, possibly beaver? Throwing me off because it doesn't seem modern. Any thoughts?
  12. Mtwombly

    Vertebrae ID

    This is not a fossilized bone, but I cannot figure out what it is and it is and I’m dying to know. It was found by my father near an archaeological site which also had fossils and plentiful evidence of Native American food remains. It is a cervical vertebrae of some sort, but I can’t figure out what it belongs to. The site was coastal.
  13. BellamyBlake

    Southern California - Mammal

    I have here fossils from Southern California. There's no other info on them. It was an impulse buy, and they weren't a tonne of money. They looked canid to me, but I'm not sure what they are. If anyone knows, I'd appreciate the advice. Largest is around 1 1/2" Thank you, Bellamy
  14. Kiros

    Help me with this jaw

    Can anyone help me identifying this jaw, unfortunately the selle can't send me a photo of the chewing surface. I can't understand if it is a boar jaw or a tapir jaw. I'd like to hear your opinion
  15. I've never found anything like this. 3 roots (1 broken)
  16. Perhaps someone could shed light on these 2 hollow bones. The little one came in abag of misc bones years ago and has a fused joint ? at end, the big one I just dont remember . The little bone maybe has a faint smell when burnt, not positive. The big one has zero smell when burnt. The big one is heavy, the little one feather light. If someone could suggest species and if dinosaur would be great.
  17. garyc

    Large mammal vertebra

    This is about the most complete vert that I’ve found. I’m horrible at identifying vertebrae, but I’m going to stick my neck out (pun intended) and suggest that this is a bison cervical vert. Found on the Brazos River in SE Texas
  18. Jones1rocks

    Unknown Bone

    This piece was given to me by a farmer that said he found it near a small creek that runs through his property here in Central Illinois in an area of deep Wisconsin Glacial Episode drift. Does not appear to be permineralized, but I am not sure. Does not stick to tongue. Specimen is definitely worn, with burnished rounding at sharp edges, and is very dark, almost looking like iron oxide with magnification. Canal through bone is tapering in diameter, but that could be due to loss of marrow. 3.25 x 2.5 x 1.75 inches in size.
  19. BasilTheBulgarSlayer

    Deer Molar?

    Hello everyone. I found this molar when searching a site recently, and I am not sure what it is from. I don't know my teeth very well, but I suspect it came from a deer? Maybe a worn molar? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  20. Partyjam3

    What is this?

    I found this in a creek in Apopka Florida any one know if this is a fossil or modern it’s pretty heavy for its size does anyone know what it is?
  21. BasilTheBulgarSlayer

    Some type of Mammal Molar?

    Hello ya'll, I have with with me what appears to be a tooth of some kind. It is clearly bone, and may have some type of enamel remaining. I think it's an eroded tooth, but I am not sure from what. Any insights or thoughts would be appreciated. I found it in Georgia. Thanks!
  22. acetabular

    Bison radius?

    I found this ungulate radius in the North Sulphur Creek outside of Ladonia, Texas. Am unsure if this is a bison or not (or horse? I don't know how to differentiate between even and odd toed radii), though I know that it dates to the Late Pleistocene. Would very much appreciate the ID help! (Sorry I don't have a ruler handy at the moment)
  23. Familyroadtrip

    My fossil collection

    Hi all, I've been wanting to do this for awhile, but here it goes. My Member collection post. I’ll be posting mainly Vertebrates, because I don’t have many invertebrate fossils. First up is just my main display table. It’s consists of mostly Pleistocene mammal teeth, but there are some Miocene fossils mixed in. Besides for a string of articulated shark vertebrae, a large meg my dad found, and a calcite clam, these are all either carnivorous mammal/Proboscidean fossils. Enjoy!
  24. giftedsifrhippus

    Basal Perissodactyl Mandibular M1-2

    This partial mandible was found on private land in the Willwood Formation of the Bighorn Basin. It is likely a right M1 and partial M2. I've been able to identifying it down to Perissodactyla indet. but cannot go further. I'm leaning towards something like Cardiolophus but I'm not sure. Would appreciate any help.
  25. smorg

    fish or mammal jaw segment

    Hello, I am curious about this piece of what i think may be a jaw fragment. Found on James River in Virginia within Yorktown Formation. There appears to be one intact tooth and a portion of an adjacent tooth that has broken, leaving a cavity. Measures approx 2 x 1.5 x 1 cm. (The background grid is in centimeters) Appreciate any/all feedback. Thanks!!
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