[OC] Grandmother was a school teacher and has tons of fossils!
Crazy amount of shell fossils I found while digging fence post holes in Ohio.
Pieces of turtle shell I found today. One of my favorite fossils to find. West Central Florida
Ice Age Mammal fossils – beach finds from Norfolk, UK. Includes mammoth scapula and Irish Elk femur.
[OC] front and back of fossils found at Peace Valley Lake (man-made) in PA. Identification help requested please.
A tangled mass of articulated fish fossils uncovered in North Dakota from a site that appears to date – to the day – 66 million years ago when a meteor hit Earth, killing nearly all life on the planet. (more… Continue Reading
(OC) What about rock pretending to be fossils?
Chocolate birthday cake decorated to look like a dig site, with marzipan fossils hidden beneath crumb “dirt” [OC]
Ordovician Trace Fossils
My impressive collection of rare mammal fossils from the Kansas River. The largest vertebrae belongs to a mastodon. 😎
My friend Jim always has the coolest fossils for sale. This is what a $12,000 ammonite looks like!
Building dinosaurs: a workshop specialized in making museum-quality casts of dinosaurs and other fossils. Additional info in comments. [album, 1126×844 each][OC]
Parking lot coral fossils
August30, 1909 The Burgess Shales Were Discovered by Charles Walcott. Consisting of Dark Mudstone, the Deposits Contain Diverse Soft Body Fossils, Dating From The Cambrian Era 509,000,000 Years Ago. The Picture is of a Marella Splendens, Peculiar to the Burgess… Continue Reading
I kicked a stone over on a beach in Norfolk, UK, to find this. I wasnt even looking for fossils.
When your fossils get admitted into a museum! Bottom center.
This is one of my favorite fossils, it’s a primitive horse with some fossilized fish around it.
Beach fossils- Clash the Truth
Ediacaran fossils on the cliffs of Mistaken Point, Newfoundland
Trace fossils Rusophycus and Cruziana, trilobite resting burrow and trail
Cincinnati Area, Ordovician Fossils
A new subreddit for living fossils: ̲/̲r̲/̲L̲i̲v̲i̲n̲g̲F̲o̲s̲s̲i̲l̲s̲ – it’s like traveling back to the time of dinosaurs
Three small ammonite fossils, each approximately 1.5cm across. [1,024 × 768]
Crinoids fossil: crinoids filled the seas during the Carboniferous period and even earlier. Their fossils are frequently found in limestone from the period, giving the Carboniferous the nickname the “Age of the Crinoids [1280 x 1024]
The highlight of my summer was seeing Ediacaran fossils like this Dickinsonia basically in situ in the Ediacara Hills, South Australia. ~555-million-year-old sea floor. [1853×2470] [OC]