"Fossils are incredible. These little physical bookmarks of a period of time always blow my mind…
Picture above is Mammites nodosoides Ammonite, from Morocco, about 90 million years old."
“Megalodon tooth my father found several years ago while scuba diving off the coast of Florida.”
“A praying mantis (hymenaea protera) trapped in amber, approximately 12 million years old.”
“Tyrannosaurus jaw I got to see and touch(carefully) when on a college visit at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.”
“Sweet meg found in a Florida creek. Love this one!”
"Partial skull of Carcharodon carcharias (Great White) featuring 222 teeth and 45 vertebrae."
“My 7 year old daughter dropped a rock and found this.”
"Walliserops trifurcatus. Terrifying to think these things once roamed the earth."
"Crinoids. They kind of look like face huggers."
"These are fossilized Great White Shark teeth from all across the globe."
"This Trilobite fossil is 500,000,000 years old."
"Even plant fossils are amazing."
"A beautiful Sting Ray fossil."
"The cool thing about fossils is that… they’re everywhere. You just don’t notice them. This tooth was found along Myrtle Beach."
“5 min on the James river and I’ve already found a great tooth…. well worth the 3 hour drive”
This is a fossilized tadpole with legs!
This Knightia fish died in the middle of a poop.
“An incredible Pleurosaur from the Solnhofen Limestone.”
"Lovely mammoth tooth found along an Essex beach in England, most likely dredged up form the North Sea and then washed up, roughly 10,000-20,000 years old."