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  1. FF7_Yuffie

    Hell Creek bones

    Hello, What are the thoughts on these two bones. No positive id given or a county more specific than Hell Creek Montana and said as possibly a toe bone. There are two bones. The first one has a bunch of photos and is approximately 2cm long. The 2nd one only has just two photos --- is number 2 the end of a metatarsal? Number 2 is approximately 3 cm long. Sorry there's not much more info on location. Thanks for the help
  2. FF7_Yuffie

    Kem Kem Toe Bone

    Hi, Any thoughts on the ID of this? It is labelled as a theropod toe bone from Kem Kem. 5cm x 4. The preservation seems odd to me. Most toe bones sold from Kem Kem seem to be that distinctive yellowish orange color. Is the theropod ID right, or is croc/reptile? Thanks for the help
  3. FossilizedJello

    Big Brook, NJ Toe bone (Phalanx) ID

    Here are all my finds from big brook. WHAT A DAY ...arrowheads,toe bones, big shark teeth, misc I just need the toe bone ID
  4. Is this really a Tyrannosaur metatarsal as it says? I’ve been hunting something really nice from a Tyrannosaur (T Rex)
  5. I saw this from an online store. It was said to be a toe bone of a dinosaur from Madagascar. It is pretty large, is it really a dinosaur toe bone?
  6. Hi everyone, I'm new here and I hope I can find identification with the help of this forum, I don't know much about fossil, I'm interested in everything that's old and in history in general. This summer my 5y old son found the attached bone(?) at a beach in Poland (city of Sopot) and i didn't thought much about it. Yesterday I used Google lense and it displayed other similar bones of raptor(?) Toe bones. Maybe you guys know more about it, i thank you in advance for your help. My son is super interested in dinosaur of course and i try to give him
  7. PeterLloyd

    What's my fossil

    Hi from Liverpool I found this 18yrs ago in Robin Hoods Bay NE England UK any thoughts as to what it could be?
  8. abeski02

    Rock or petrified toe???

    My dad found this rock in the Vermillion River in Illinois last weekend during a camping trip. While my dad insists it's a petrified toe or a toe that was possibly covered in mud then compressed (or something of the like???? I'm not quite sure...), I personally think it's just a rock. Can someone please help officially determine what exactly it is? Thank you! -Abby
  9. I found this fossil online. The toe claw is 32.5 cm long. Found in Gobi Desert, Mongolia
  10. Alex Eve

    Toe/Finger bone?

    I found this half of a phalanx bone in the upper Dinosaur Park Formation. I’m wondering whether it belongs to a turtle or a small theropod. Would any of you guys know what it is? Thanks!
  11. diginupbones

    Two small toe bones

    Look like they might be from the same critter but I don’t know which one. Thanks
  12. PrehistoricWonders

    Unknown toe bone?

    Hey, this is a bone that that my grandfather got with a bunch of other fossils for me and my siblings awhile ago before he passed away, I didn’t get interested in fossils till last year and found the jar with the other fossils most of the stuff in the jar were from Florida, but this one doesn’t look like most Florida fossils so I’m guessing it wasn’t found there. To me, it almost looks like some fossils I’ve seen from England, based on the mineralization and it’s super hard, what are your guesses on what it is?
  13. Found this in Big Brook Nj. To me it looks like a phalanx or toe bone of a dinosaur based on shape, texture, color from research I did. Would appreciate any opinion you may have, please. My first post here, Great site and excited to be part of this fine community!
  14. Hello everyone. My first post in a while, and I just want to know the authenticity of these fossils that I bought online some time ago. I understand not the flashiest or most compelx, but I would just like to know. Please let me know if you would like better pictures. Mosasaur: Edaphosaurus
  15. The Dude

    Toe Bone?

    I think I found a toe bone same time I found the teeth from my last post and also where I found the sloth tibia in a previous post of mine. Peace river, Florida Bone Vally formation. I included a very short video so you can get a better look at it, my pictures do not really capture it well but I am getting better at taking pictures as I go. Take a look interested in what you think, thank you! I really appreciate you guys that help identify. My first year out collecting and I hope to be able to help others here some day. https://drive.google.com/file/d/17XeRmKHvC2duACTqJ
  16. dinosaur man

    Finger or Toe bone?

    Hi is this Geologic or fossilized?, if it’s fossilized, what did it come from?And if so would it be a finger, or toe bone? Thank you!!
  17. Shellseeker

    An odd bone

    Out hunting today, and doing some prospecting. The weather was supposed to be warmer (high of 79), and the air was fine, but the water was cold. We had 3 hunters, but not many unique finds, a nurse shark and an unusual bone, neither found by me. When I say unusual, we are 3 experienced fossil hunters, and none of us has an ID.. Hopefully TFF can assist.
  18. Adam86cucv

    Hell Creek dinosaur toe bone?

    I picked up a little Hell Creek lot that hat this fossilized bone in it. I think it might be a theropod toe bone from looking around on the web at Hell Creek bones. Anyone with more experience (most everyone) have any opinions?
  19. Still_human

    Authentic spinosaur claw

    I know the general shape is right for a spinosaur toe claw, but I know spinosaur claws are a significantly faked thing, so getting someone who really knows what they're looking at, is the way to go!
  20. diginupbones

    Need toe bone ID very good condition

    Found in north central Nebraska. Thanks
  21. diginupbones

    Toe bone?

    Just a wild uneducated guess on my part but I’ve always wondered about this one.
  22. Lizzlo

    Bison Toe Bone?

    Hello! I recently came back from a trip to the Netherlands, and while beach combing in the North Sea, I found this bone. I've been really curious as to what it may be, and even joined this site in hopes of discovering what it may have belonged too. I believe it's a phalanx bone, possibly of a bison from the pleistocene? That's really just a guess based off of others' pictures, so please, any info you can give would be wonderful! Sorry I don't have a ruler on hand for proper measurements, but it is roughly 8 cm in length and 3 cm in width. I put the lighter there to maybe give an idea of
  23. Chief1701

    bivalve that looks like a "toe"?

    Hi, All. I don't have a clue what these are, but I'm guessing a bivalve of some kind? They came from the desert sand near Agadez, Niger, but that's all I know. The street merchant I got them from thought they were dino toes, but I'm guessing not.... The thing that confuses me the most (other than the fact that I haven't been able to find any pictures of bivalves that look like this) is that it doesn't look like the "shell" would actually close like a clam or mussel. Any and all help in identifying these would be most appreciated! Rob
  24. Carl

    Dinosaur Toe

    Can anyone tell me what kind of dinosaur toe this is?
  25. LordTrilobite

    Edmontosaurus Toe

    Phalange from the middle toe of an Edmontosaurus.
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