Frequently Asked Questions



How do I know if I have a dinosaur egg? Or an Eggs Fossil?


Answer:
A fossilized egg is just a rock that will always have a cracked design because before the egg fossilizes it starts to crack because it’s delicate. It usually fills up with material that fossilizes and holds the egg shape. An egg shaped rock doesn’t have to be an egg, running water often shapes a rock round or egg shaped.


Often people mistake geodes for eggs. If you Google geodes or click here, you might be able to compare those to your rock to see if it looks more like a geode.