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  1. I am just driving back from a fantastic 5 day collecting trip in Southeastern Montana. I had the opportunity to collect on a private ranch that had not been heavily hunted for several years. Our group made quite a few interesting finds. I am hoping that someone on the forum might be able to assist in identifying this unusual bone. It is definitely theropod and based on the size, likely tyrannosaur. It appears to be a portion of the skull but I am having trouble matching it up. I apologize for the lousy pictures in advance. The bone measures approximately 5-6
  2. Jim Kovalchick

    Help needed on possible skull fragment

    My wife found this chunk of bone at Myrtle Beach, SC yesterday evening. I think it is a skull fragment. Can anyone confirm or deny and maybe identify a species? Thanks The photos are from both sides of the bone. #1,4,&5 are what I'm calling interior.
  3. Hello everyone, as im following up on my previous post while im on vacation someone tipped me to visit a local Fossil shop in a small town. So they have a massive Spinosaur Skull displayed and what interests me the most a huge claw with bone. sadly i had a language barrier and someone from my friends translated a bit for me. The shop owner was not very friendly and seemed a little suspicious with my questions ‘are they authentic’ and ‘where lies there origin’. He then told me they are purely authentic and that he was doing this for 35 years. He took it personal that I ask
  4. RuMert

    Skull/jaw fragment

  5. RuMert

    Parietal

    From the album: Late Jurassic ichthyosaurs from the Volga

    Possible parietal bone (water-worn)
  6. RuMert

    Skull fragments

  7. madagascar

    Is it a skull? From Madagascar

    This fossil is from the province of Mahazanga, Madagascar. I looked up some data that may be late Cretaceous strata. Excuse me, is it a skull? Is it a dinosaur bone? Thank you for your answers.
  8. Beachbumfinds

    Skull from the beach?

    I found this on the beach in Englewood Florida. I have 2 of them but this one is a bit bigger.
  9. ivetavai

    Fossil Or Funky Stone?

  10. CryptoKing

    help with skull

    ok let me start by saying I have no knowledge in this area at all. Now let me give you some background on this. I had 30 huge dump truck loads of dirt brought to my home by my friend. He told me this dirt came from 25 ft down in like the sedimentary layer which he thought was part of the intercoastal waterway at 1 time long long ago. But it is full of bones of all sorts of stuff. This one though I'd like to know what it is. If you could help me I'd appreciate it. Then if you want I'll show you some stuff that will blow your mind and some stuff which you won't believe but is factual.
  11. Found in the scollard formation. I thought it appears to be skull material, but would obviously only be a small portion if so. @Troodon
  12. Here is a ready-to-display psittacosaurus on a custom built armature that I am willing to trade for something special. All bones displayed are real bone, no repros to fill in gaps. Total length just over 36 inches. All bones are attached to the armature reversibly (museum wax, wire, string). The base is black walnut. The framework is welded steel. IT is sitting on a placemat for size reference. I have a second psittacosaurus that is not mounted, the bones are redder in color, and it was previously mounted with many glued joints. That one is almost four feet long and n
  13. Fossilartist

    Old collection fossil id

    I am unable to identify these pieces from my grandad's collection. He is now unable to clearly see and so sadly couldn't identify it. It must be something, he was a zoologist and the shale meant enough to have a crack repaired. Parts look like bones to me. I'd love to get these identified so I can prep them, making them clearer so he can see them clearer again.
  14. I found this broken nodule in an outcrop of Pennsylvanian shale in Northeast Oklahoma. I’m wondering if the fossil could be the upper part of a skull? Other common fossils from this site include fragmentary fish remains (e.g., teeth, spines, dermal denticles, and coprolites from sharks and other fishes), as well as invertebrate remains from ammonites, gastropods, bivalves, brachiopods, corals, and conularia. If this is a skull, would you guess it to be from a fish, amphibian, or reptile? I don’t see any traces of teeth in the nodule, but I can provide closer views of areas that might be o
  15. Psittacosaurus fossils are really hard to find on the web currently so am looking to trade my fossils for a psittacosaurus skull of a psittacosaurus here's the fossils I am trading The oreodont skull and the spinosaurus also come with a certificate This is a oreodont skull from South Dakota it has a little restoration A nice 4.7 inch spinosaurus tooth ...and this is a ceratopsian Epoccipital from Powder River, Montana
  16. Finding Florida

    Help identify this skull please

    Found with dogung bones, sharks teeth, dear toe bones and a claw of some sort. I have the missing pieces of skull and both mandibles
  17. Hello everyone, I found a turtle skull for sale. Unfortunately I am not experienced enough to tell if it's a real skull. What do you think? Many thanks in advance.
  18. Hi my son has this skull. His Grandad found it for him as he loves collecting bones and fossils. Could anyone help us to identify this skull for him?
  19. sseth

    Oligocene Dolphin

    I just finished up preparation on this amazing Oligocene dolphin. It is from the Ashley formation and is a real beauty. I made the decision not to completely remove it from the matrix, as I believe it is more aesthetic this way.. It was missing the last 3 inches of the pre-maxilla so that had to be restored but we did find a few other teeth in the matrix.
  20. Titan

    Tiny Enchodus Skull?

    My Mom (being the totally awesome Mom that she is) took me on a fossil hunting trip when I was thirteen (way back in 2003) out in the Smokey Hill Chalk of Kansas with a group of students. We got to dig on a private ranch and I found this specimen splitting a layer of the chalk. I learned really quickly to follow an older gentleman that was one of the organizers of the trip and he'd tell me about the layers we were digging in and of past finds which I found very interesting. When he found a string of fish vertebra sticking out of the chalk I asked if I could dig into the hill beside him. He sai
  21. RMZ

    Large Skull

    I found this skull in the Arkansas River in northeast Oklahoma. It is definitely fossilized. It weighs a lot. I hope the pictures are good enough. Thank you for your help.
  22. Robson

    Possible fossil primate

    Hi everyone. This is my very first post here. I'm glad the opportunity to discuss a question. I have found a skull that I think is a primate, but first of all I would like to know if it is a fossil or a modern bone skull, but it is a natural material, for sure. It was found at a dense forest near home and it was on ground mixed with leaves and soil material. Obviously I had looked for the mandible even though I was not able to do that. I appreciate any kind of help. So, is it a fossil? What kind of animal specimen would it be? Thanks
  23. Without being able to get hands on with a light or up close inspection - does anyone see any red flags here? Seems legit to me - but it’s a potential big purchase so I wanted to hear some thoughts. Always dreamed of picking up a saber skull one day. ~35cm in length. thanks so much for any input
  24. Hi guys, Brand new to the forum, but excited to be here. I found this in an area where water used to be very high all around me. In fact in a great deal of Thornton Co. In this case I am around the Niver trail. I am not so much the expert in geological terms so I will forego the effort in outlining this, but I will say the rocks around are very interesting. A lot of petrified wood, some form of molten rocks and evidence of extreme heat, has made for some interesting mineralization many of my finds. I look forward to your advice and have much more to show and hopefully lear
  25. Steak_Knife86

    What about this one?

    Found this in my back yard under a pile of rocks. I see scales, a skull with 2 horns, a mouth, the fossilized brain stem, and even a hole where the spinal chord would be.
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