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  1. Badlands0182

    Reptile Skin Fossil?

    What is this fossil? It is a hard rock found in the bottom of a creek that happens to be very low around the Bismarck, North Dakota area. It looks like some sort of reptile skin. The size is about 1 1/2" x 3/4".
  2. GravaT

    Reptile skin

    Hello. Writing from Quebec, Canada. I was given a small box of trinkets from a friend who passed on. Inside were a few rocks and one of them looks as if there are skin impressions. Tiny but definitely looks skin like. Any one have an idea. I’ll try and take more pics later. It’s about a a half inch in diameter. Thanks.
  3. I found this one near shore right after big storm here in Long Beach NY- Trying to identify. It has raised skin like bumps and measures: 4 x 5 inches. On the back side embedded with shells and 2 bumps coming through from front side? so a thick skin....? when googled the only thing it matched with was dinosaur skin? I have found many arrow heads and many interesting fossils ones here in the last 2 years, always right along the water/shore. Any thoughts anyone? Thanks!
  4. Big piece of skin, is this actual mammoth skin? Seller says it's from Yakutia.
  5. Steak_Knife86

    Dinosaur skin fossil?

    Hi, this was found in a dry wash in Phoenix, AZ. It was pretty dirty and dusty before I cleaned it off. It has an odd shape, it’s angled and curved. Don’t have any other info really. It feels how I would imagine a dinosaur skin would be though... or maybe dragon.
  6. Bonehunter

    Fish skin imprint?

    While cleaning conodonts (and the next object to follow this topic), I came across this "imprint"? It isn't a defined shape, but has a very uniform pattern. Thinking fish skin? It looks a lot like the Iniopterygian I found a couple months ago but the "scales" are smaller?.....I'll let ya'll decide or comment!! Thanks!! Bone
  7. Kasia

    Is this really it?

    Hello, I received this yesterday as a birthday gift - it was sold as an imprint of hadrosaur skin, Cretaceous, from Hell Creek. Do you think it really is hadrosaur skin?
  8. LA fossils

    In the field

    does anyone see anything that resembles any kind of dermis of any kind in these photos
  9. Hello all, I'm 19 and brand new to the site, I'm hoping this is where I can get a potential ID on some very interesting fossils a family friend of ours supposedly found 10 minutes east of Austin on their private property. The first of which is a mostly complete fossilized fish - according to this friend of ours, it was found close to a river, where limestone slabs stick out from the eroded bank. As far as I understand, this was from an old bank line rather than the current one. He pulled on of the slabs out from said bank, and on it (after appropriate cleaning), a fish skeleton wa
  10. Sjcrosiar

    Dinosaur skin???

    Hey i was wondering if anyone can help me identify if this is dinosaur skin? Back about 15 years my husband went to montana to help out on a ranch. There was a part of yellowstone going threw it and he found this there. It was out side of Glendive. Any help will help we have always belived it to be dinosaur skin, but everyone i try and contact just tells me skin is very rare. If its not skin what is it. Thanks for the help.
  11. Still_human

    Fish scales?

    What are these? Are these fish scales? Some look like denticles to me, but way too big. I really just don’t know. They may be from Kem Kem. I believe these entire pieces are just like a couple inches at the most, which should give you an idea of the size of the “scales”. If anyone can ID the actual species, that’d be awesome, but I’m actually asking more what they ARE, than what they’re FROM. As always, thank you so much for any help!
  12. BonuFrailman

    Hadrosaur Skin Impression

    Hi everyone, Wondering whether or not you think this looks like a Hadro skin impression. Basic Info: South Dakota Hell Creek FM Cretaceous 65 MYO
  13. Samurai

    Concretion 7: Skin impression?

    From the album: Muncie Creek Shale Phosphatic Nodules

    I believe the dark brown may indeed be skin while the blue part is cartilage.
  14. From the album: Muncie Creek Shale Phosphatic Nodules

    One of my larger concretions, I find this one very interesting and plan to dig out the rest of it once I learn how to prep fossils from concretions!
  15. Maggie1985

    Fossil skin?

    Hi. First time poster here. I found this in my rock beds surrounding our foundation. We did not order these rocks, so I'm not 100% certain where it might have come from. I'm in central Illinois. I'm really just interested in knowing what it is. Thanks for any help!
  16. Hey guys, Was wondering what you guys think about this supposed skin impression. Seller sent me a message that it’s from Hell Creek FM in Montana. It measures 2 in by 1 in.
  17. I found a mark of suspected skin in the deepest part of the large footprint of a suspected dinosaur? I found very little data on the toe skin marks on the Internet. Some people know what the skin texture is on the toes of large theropod dinosaurs?
  18. I've seen a couple of these for sale. This one is in my budget, but are they legit? Described as fragment of Edmonotosaurus skin from Hell Creek. It is 3 cm. by 2cm. Thanks
  19. Good afternoon everyone, I’ve previously seen some skin impressions on the auction site but not one for a low price like this one. However, I have trouble seeing where the scale impressions are on the fossil and was wondering if you guys could make them out, if this even is a skin impression. Fossil is 2.5 cm x 1.5 cm From the Hell Creek Formation near Baker, Montana.
  20. DINOMAN91

    Sauropod skin cast?

    This piece was found Today in Colorado at the old marsh quarry is this a possible sauropod skin cast?
  21. Tomb

    Bones & Skin in Rock

    I am curious what this could be, I located it in San Juan County, NM, USA. I don’t have a scale in the photos, the item is larger than a golf ball but not much. It has visible bones & skin present. thanks for any help you might be able to give.
  22. Hello! I see this skin impression. What do you think about quality? Is a skin impression or mummy skin? The seller told me that belong to Kritosaurus. Thank you so much.
  23. LordTrilobite

    Hadrosaur Skin Impression

    Isolated piece of hadrosaur skin. Likely Edmontosaurus.
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