Possible fossil find from England

Found this fossil while out walking the dog.

Fossil Collector: Alan T.

Location: Wollaston Northants, United Kingdom

[Note: We are not certain is this is a fossil or a sandstone formation of some kind. Is  anyone out there more familiar with the fossils or geology of Wollaston Northants? Please leave a comment.]

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Puzzling geologic find in the Ozarks.

How weird is this one?

Found South Central Missouri, foothills of the Missouri Ozarks, 10 miles south of Rolla, MO on our land.  Dirt/weedy washed-out rocky hillside.  We don’t really think it’s a broken egg but that’s what it resembles :) There are yellow crystal specks abundant on one side of the center section, not so many on the other side but it does include some tiny black specks there.  The “egg” ends are white & generally smooth with some slight creases and the center section is fairly smooth but rougher in texture.  We hope someone knows what this is.  My guess is some sort of throat bone/gizzard bit?  I hope it’s not “just a rock”, the shape seems too odd not to be a fossil. And credit goes to my 13 year old son Derek for spotting this cool find.  Thanks to everyone for looking.

Location: Rolla, Missouri

Collector: luvfunstuff

Editor’s Note: We agree. It’s weird. This looks to us like an artifact of some sort rather than a fossil. Is there anyone who can help identify it? Please leave a comment.

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Strange formation discovered in North Dakota.

"I found this on my uncles ranch in the Badlands of North Dakota. Took to a fossil place and they cleaned it up. High pressure air, its not sand stone, but hard as a rock and heavy. There might have been a inland sea here at one time. We find flat rocks with sea fossils in them also. This fossil has rings in the stone almost looks like layers."

Note: MyFossilFind tends to think that this  is a mineral formation, but we are not sure what kind. Is anyone familiar with this sort of find whether fossil or mineral? Please leave a comment and help us to identify it!

Location: North Dakota

Fossil Collector: Kent S.

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Strange find in Texas.

This was located in a field in Italy, Texas. What kind of fossil is this? It looks like some sort of plant/coral that may have positioned itself on a rock. It has a smooth curve on one side with a wavy edge on the other. It has several vains and is also layered. Any clue to what this is?

A view of the fossil with coin for size.

A view of the fossil with coin for size. This unknown fossil is approximately 6" wide (left to right) by appox. 4". It is also nearly an inch thick. It has layers around 1/16th of an inch.

Collector: ConradF

Location: Italy, Texas.

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Could this be a fossil coprolite?

This is on our property in Buckhannon, WV. I am just wondering if anyone could identify what it could be. Could this be a fossil of poop (coprolite)?

Photo: drebich

Location: Buckhannon, WV

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