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This was found in our garden near Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK, in 1969 and has travelled with us to every home since. There were other fosilized stones
I didn't find these two together the small shell looking guy came in on a load of gravel for used for landscaping. I hope you can see what I see in the
A surface rock I found and split open in Westfield, NY about 1 mile from Lake Erie. I can't tell if it's just an interesting looking rock, but I see patterns
Found locally , in prime locations of red clay beds perfectly preserving the ancient corals. Wish I had closer related dates of their living time line
I found these while hiking two of them in pantano wash and two in rob wash. Both located on outside of Tucson.i have removed one of the fossils from the
Found this in back yard in south, central michigan. Not sure if fossil or not. Heavy at about 33.5 lbs and about a foot across. Not magnetic.
hymettus mountain fossil. Athens, Greece.
My daughter found this at a man made lake in Oklahoma lake Stanley draper looked like a cool rock so I didn't let her skip it after looking more at it
Found thisin the river. Here in colorado. Dont know if its rare or not.any information you can give me would be nice.i know its a crinoid columnal.
I was hunting shark teeth at Caspersen Beach, FL when I found this specimen in about three feet of water. Looks like some marrow and a partial joint