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  1. Rumpeltroll

    Is this a fossil or just a mineral?

    I was wondering if someone knows if this is a fossil. Since it might just be a mineral? Anyway it weights 1 kg so its heavy, and also found in the Philippines. Any guess or answer is appreciated
  2. lovefossil

    Eggshape what fossil is this

    Hello guys i just want to ask what fossil is this,found in philippines mindoro,this is a place who found lots of ammonites.
  3. Found several of these while digging a hole for the swimming pool in our house. It was very surprising as I found hundred of them. Can anyone tell it is century old. I took a video of my discovery too.
  4. I have here a Megalodon that the seller claims is found in the Philippines. I'm requesting more information, but none is provided. As far as I know these teeth are rare, and it doesn't seem to me that this preservation is of the Philippines. I'd like some more opinions on this please. Edit: I received provenance from the seller, who contacted the supplier for it. The claim is that this Megalodon tooth was found in Sarangani Island, Mindanao, on the beach. I found a geological map of the Island via http://portal.onegeology.org/OnegeologyGlobal/:
  5. foraminera

    Textularia? or what?

    This sample was stained by rose bengal solution. it was sampled from the intertidal zone in Apo reef natural park in mindoro, Philippines, around >5m depth. I'm confused on what species is this. I have no other pictures since we are under a community quarantine here in Manila so I have no access with my microscope.
  6. Hello, I am currently re-sorting my collection and this brings up some questions about some modern shark teeth. For example, I found two teeth of this appearance. At first glance, I would suspect a Carcharhinus species (like C. falcifromis, but the teeth look different) , but I don't know which. Unfortunately, I don't find any comparable teeth in the Internet. Even if this isn't a fossil this time, I hope that you can help me again. The tooth is 1,3cm (0,51") in size and from the philippines. Best regards from Germany!
  7. Lithoredo abatanica, below article, should have left some interesting trace fossils in the rock record. This Weird Animal Eats Rocks for Breakfast By Laura Geggel, LiveSciecne, June 19, 2019 https://www.livescience.com/65739-newly-discovered-clam-eats-rocks.html It would be a nightmare as an invasive species. The open-access paper is: Shipway, J.R., Altamia, M.A., Rosenberg, G., Concepcion, G.P., Haygood, M.G. and Distel, D.L., 2019. A rock-boring and rock-ingesting freshwater bivalve (shipworm) from the Philippines. P
  8. foraminera

    What is this seed looking fossil?

    Can you help me identify this fossil? Late Miocene/Miocene, Phillipines, Camarines Norte
  9. Trilobiting

    Any Fossil Sites in the Philippines?

    This December, I'm going back to my hometown in the Philippines. Are there any fossil sites there? What kind of fossils are there? Thanks.
  10. I'm going back to visit my hometown in the Philippines. Are there any fossil sites in the Philippines? I heard there is fossilized coral there, but where is it, specifically? Thanks.
  11. From the album: Megalodon tooth with unique colours.

    Back of a great Megalodon tooth found hunting in caves near Bagiuo City, Benguet Province, Philippines. Awesome colour! Very unique. And great size. 102mm × 84mm (4.01" × 3.31").
  12. From the album: Megalodon tooth with unique colours.

    Front of a great Megalodon tooth found hunting in caves near Bagiuo City, Benguet Province, Philippines. Awesome colour! Very unique. And great size. 102mm × 84mm (4.01" × 3.31").
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