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  1. When I was searching through the forum, I read some threads telling that fossils from Sea must be desalinated and coated very well, otherwise, it will break down in several months or so. I want to see your experiences with fossils from northern sea. Did your north sea fossils break-down? Or it is just okay?
  2. JorisVV

    Ice age fossils ID

    Got some ice age fossils, from North sea.. have you any idea what these are?
  3. My wife and I recently traveled to Fairbanks, Alaska for a mini vacation and toured the Museum of the North on the University of Alaska, Fairbanks campus. It brought back some old memories as I completed my undergraduate training there in 1986. Here are a few pictures from the displays that I found interesting. The hadrosaurs display is fairly new and in the entryway Mammoth display Dinosaur interpretive displaysRay Troll art. Enjoy! AK Hiker
  4. Fossileye

    ? Worn mammoth partial

    Hello all! I am a new member and this is my first post. I found this piece snorkeling in near shore waters of the Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida. Could it be a mammoth tooth fragment?
  5. Hi, Can anybody offer me a suggestion on how to get a display stand built for my Woolly Mammoth Tusk? I used to live in Alaska. Before I left, I purchased a Tusk as a memento. Dimensions are roughly 38.5 lbs and 7.5' - 8'. It's pretty solid/stable, not polished, and I believe coated in Elmers Glue. I'm looking to get a stand made to display it. Specifically, one that supports it and doesn't apply a stress that could damage the Tusk over time. Does anybody have a recommendation on who I can contact to get a stand?
  6. This would be my first Mammoth Molar I'm preparing again in 10 years. My first one was a 10lb Mammoth molar. This one is quite small of course since it's from a calf. It has been laying in right water for 1,5 months and at the moment I'm glueing the last 4 pieces since it's precision work with this small piece. I'm really glad I picked up on this one (Found in Maasvlakte, Netherlands). I found it in pretty poor condition you guys can see in the pictures. But I have never seen this molar, so I'm amazed anyways! I will show you guys the full picture when it is all done!
  7. TOM BUCKLEY

    MAMMOTH IVORY

    Is a mammoth tusk ivory or has it been mineralized? Thanks. Tom
  8. I am considering buying this stegodon jaw section. I am looking for a good one for quiet some time now. Came across this one, has one little repair (marked) but i don't know about the rest
  9. Paleontology12345

    What is this

    Hi all what could this possibly be. Found along a river bed in Canada. I think might be ivory because of the lines seen on the black side. Quite heavy,. Note the fossils in the growth lines on the totally flat/ smooth side.
  10. I'm trying to identify the polished fossil material in this Georgian English snuffbox, circa 1760 to 1820. Is it mammoth ivory? Walrus? Wood? Something else? The material is set in unhallmarked sterling silver. Thanks in advance for your suggestions. Adam
  11. JoshRockz

    Peace river report 5/15

    Hello everyone! Reporting back from a trip to the peace yesterday 5/15! It ended up being a really beautiful day! Taking into consideration that we’ve been pushing into the upper 90s lately I was not looking forward to that 2pm heat stroke in my wetsuit. However I saw the depth drop back down after these heavy rains and figured I had maybe a few more trips before the gators, bugs and rain kick me out for the season for good! I launched from Wauchula to go to the usual gravel islands upriver and only saw 1 juvenile gator where as a few weeks ago I saw 3 6-8 footers. I was hop
  12. It's been a challenging season on the Peace River for various reasons. Was sidelined for most of Feb and March with some minor health issues and forbidden by my doctor (and wife) from going in the water until all was healed. Add to that what appears to be a tremendous amount of sand built up in some of my favorite hunting spots by last seasons heavy rains. Then throw in a lot of debris restricting portions of the river to narrow passages. All together it has hindered my luck with any major finds. Can only hope for some of the success our friend Jack - @Shellseeker has been having lately!
  13. Shellseeker

    Rivergods smiled

    Sometimes it is hard to believe how lucky I am in hunting fossils. I was on the Peace River prospecting. Mostly small teeth (no GWs, Makos, Megs). My find of the day was half a giant tortoise humerus. With the afternoon moving to a close, this Tusk dropped into my sieve. I think that this is a Mammoth yearling and I am looking for confirmation or skepticism. 1) It is about 7 inches long with the tip broken. It is 2.25 inches (57 mm) in diameter at the butt. 2) The butt end I believe to be round rather than oval and not broken. I have seen many broken tusks and they do not ha
  14. I just received this Woolly Mammoth Tooth from Russia and am sharing it with the forum for discussion. It appears to have been coated with a clear substance like poly urethane (At the tip of one root is a solidified drop). The specimen measures approximately 7”x6”x3”
  15. Wisco river rat

    Mammoth tooth?

    Found this in Texas pretty sure it's a mammoth but not a 100% sure figured I would ask about it here
  16. Friends, daddy/daughter recent extensive beach fossil hunt yielded lots of fossils. My daughter and I found the piece pictured below, which shares the same color of the teeth we find in North Florida but has the most unusual intersecting lines in a very regular pattern leading me to a multiple week search. We *think* we see Schreger lines and my 9 year old daughter is quite literally exploding with excitement. Can this community of experts who have helped do IDs in the past help us figure this out? If these are Schreger lines is there a way to determine whether these are likely ma
  17. Big piece of skin, is this actual mammoth skin? Seller says it's from Yakutia.
  18. Shellseeker

    Juvenile Mammoth

    Got up early, went out hunting to a favorite location with good friends. I had searched this spot so often that I went in believing that I would have to prospect new locations before today was over. Turned out not to be true. After 5-10 small shark teeth in each of the 1st 2 sieves, this interesting fossil fell into my lap. It is 6.5 inches long and 2.75 inches at its widest point. Going to be a great day. I will make some observations. 1) At 2.75 inches wide, it is far smaller than the width of an adult tooth and must be from a juvenile. 2) It consists of approximat
  19. Mikebhrndt2

    Mastodon and Mammoth Teeth?

    Wondering about these teeth...can someone please help ID these? I have two that I think are Mastodon and Mammoth but not 100% sure. Thanks for the help! IMG_9860.HEIC IMG_0209.HEIC
  20. Zenmaster6

    Mastodon? South Texas

    I found this by Corpus Christi. I am 90% sure this is a mastodon crown but would love some confirmation and then I found this tusk with cross hatching and I don't know if its mastodon or mammoth Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you fossil forumers!
  21. Carl

    Mammoth Wannabe

    Found this odd bone fragment on Asbury Park Beach in New Jersey last Saturday. The only thing that comes to mind is a fragment of mammoth skull, but that seems like a bit of wishful thinking. Any thoughts?
  22. PrehistoricWonders

    Attaching ivory

    Hi all! I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to Attach two pieces of ivory? I tried gluing, but it didn’t work well. I stabilized it with a 50/50 clear elmers/water mixture, and it’s pretty solid now, but I don’t know what to do because I still can’t glue it.
  23. Oxytropidoceras

    Recent mammoth tooth finds

    A couple of recent mammoth tooth finds are: A. Camano Island, Washington (state), mammoth tooth Camano family finds woolly mammoth tooth on the beach By Evan Caldwell, Stanwood Cammano News, Jan. 30, 2021 Woolly mammoth tooth discovered on Camano Island By KIRO 7 News Staff, KIRO, Channel 7, January 31, 2021 Camano Island, Washington - Wikipedia B. Chernivtsi region mammoth tooth Tooth of 300,000-year-old mammoth found in Chernivtsi region, UAZMI News UkrInform: Tooth of 300,000-year-old mammoth found
  24. Mammoth tusks found off Florida’s coast from Aquanutz Scuba Diving Charters Largest Tusk nearly 8-feet in length and 22-inches around on the fat end of the tusk. By Noel Rehm, WWSB, Sarasota, Florida, December 30, 2020 Yours, Paul H.
  25. Hi! Back when I was 10-12 I was hiking in Iowa when I found this "dinosaur tooth rock", which I have carried around for almost 25 years. I have always wondered if it was part of a mammoth tusk, a tooth, or maybe even a Native American whetstone. Or possibly just a weird rock? Any ideas? Thanks so much for any input!! Specs: Weighs = 2 lbs Length = 7 inches Circumference = 8.75 inches Height = 2 inches
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