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  1. Nuka

    What could this be?

    Hi everyone. New to this forum, but looking for some information if possible. I found this "fossil?" on my parents farm out in Wilson county, TN back when I was a kid. I enjoyed hunting for fossils and other cool looking rocks growing up and still as an adult when I have time to visit. This was one I always thought was really unique, but never knew what it was.
  2. mollyrocket

    ID Help

    Hello, I'm new here,. I dug this up about 20 years ago while digging for Native American artifacts near Waco TX but have never found out what it was. ID help please. Thank you
  3. Harry Scott

    Florida Bison or Camel teeth

    My wife found this on the beach near Casa Caselles in Key West 12/23/23. Your thoughts. Thank you.
  4. Arotao21


    From the album: My findings

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    From the album: My findings

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    From the album: My findings

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    From the album: My findings

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    From the album: My findings

  9. bird_man

    Mystery bone

    Hi I’m just wondering if anyone can help identify this bone. Possibly prehistoric or wishful thinking 11cm or 4 1/2 inches long Found: Surrey, England ( uk ) Thanks in advance
  10. Hello! My name is Raúl Falcón, and I am a design student at the Rhode Island School of Design. I’m currently working on a research project focused on online paleontology resources for anyone interested in dinosaurs and paleontology. I would appreciate your feedback and input on this project, which can be accessed through the attached link here. This research project is part of my Design Principles class User Experience Final project. The goal of this study is to gain insight into how individuals learn about prehistoric life and engage with online learning resources. To achieve this, participants will be asked to complete a form with three questions related to their learning experiences and preferences for educational content. Please note that all responses will be kept confidential and used solely for research purposes. My ultimate objective is to develop online paleontology resources that cater to the needs and preferences of anyone interested in paleontology. I would be more than happy to respond to any questions or comments you may have. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me via email at rfalcon@risd.edu. Thank you for your time and assistance in this project. Best regards, Raúl
  11. DustinD

    Anyone know what this is?

    I grew up going to the SC coast with my mom(actually lived there the first few years of my life). I've never lost my fascination with searching for shark teeth(my profile photo is my mother, my deceased sister, and myself at a very young age, looking at our former home in Garden City, SC), and it's known within the group of friends that my wife and I vacation with. Point is, I found this last year at Carolina Beach in NC. I pride myself on a keen eye, but I initially thought it to be nothing more than an ironically accurate shaped piece of wood. I kept it none the less, and "white-lied" to the other couples with us in our airbnb that i was confident it was a tooth. I forgot all about it until about a week ago. After a little research, I'm pretty sure it is, in fact, a tooth. But, I'm leaning towards a reptile. Again, I'm an amateur, just hoping someone can give me an answer. Thanks in advance.
  12. ChrisSarahRox

    I want to believe...

    This one was found in the foothills of the Florida Mountains just south of Deming NM I have not been able to find the areas age as of yet but I will keep looking.
  13. anna71

    Hill country Texas fossils ?

    Hello ! My name is Anna, I'm new here, I'm hoping someone can assist me with identifying what appears to be large bone ...or...rocks. They are very white, porous, and YES I did stick my tongue to one, lol, it stuck. I don't normally go around licking rocks, but these are pretty cool looking. i took pics yesterday. Found on my friends 180 acre hunting ranch, near Concan, Texas.(west of San Antonio, hill country)
  14. FossilFarmer


    Is this a Hadrosaur skull fossil??
  15. Hello everyone! I am new here and this is my first post. Today i have found a rock that i suspected of carrying a fossil inside. So i gave it a shot and broke it open only to my surprise finding a fossil inside. After some research i was not able to identify this earthworm looking like creature. I found this forum and wanted to ask your opinions on this case. The fossil is 17mm long and 3 mm thick. It is found in a rooftop which has different rocks for decorative purposes so i do not know where it originally came from. I am located in the middle of Turkey (Anatolia) Would be great to at least have an understanding of this creature from the earths past days. Thank you all in advance and hey i hope i am welcome here!
  16. Hi I made this to show some of earths most strangest creatures by sharing your thoughts on the strangest prehistoric creature of all time!! One of my top five I would say would be the Cambrian Opabinia. What would be yours.
  17. Any of these fossils?
  18. Woodt7676

    What did I find??

    I was in a cave close to my house and discovered a sink hole. I got closer and in the sinkhole was a huge pile of sand. In the sand I could see what looked like dozens and dozens of little nests, or so they looked like to me, and a bunch of egg looking rocks all different shapes and sizes. they are Extremely heavy and feel just like they look. Can anyone help me identify what they are please?
  19. Oxytropidoceras

    Prehistoric Fossil Collectors

    The Deep Human Story of Collecting Fossils Sara Toth Stub, Sapiens Magazine, May 24, 2022 Yorus, Paul H.
  20. Medic2525


    I found these in my flower beds around my house. I've been noticing some small little fossilized type sea shells that are really tiny in general. I've also found a few other items that I'm really curious about. The first item found looks like a tooth and I'm trying to figure out if it is or not as well as if it is indeed a tooth if it is something that is prehistoric. The other few pictures look like cylindrical rocks that are the same in size and shape. They each have an end on them that looks sort of like they've been clamped and it has a indentation on that end of the rock as well. However the interesting part is that the one that I found that was broke open has almost like a white hard substance on the inside. For the life of me I have researched this and can't figure out what it is. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
  21. Tootslg

    ID these barnacles please

    These were found in Florida where they are taking out the water out of a lake on the bottom in the mud.
  22. Finder76

    Prehistoric Bison???

    Could someone please tell me if this a Prehistoric Bison bone? I found this above ground in Northeast Georgia. I can't remember the measurements & I have stored it at a safe place. Opinions are welcome! Thank you.
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