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Identification Statistics > State fossil > Common name (most recent) by state

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Alabama Basilosaurus whale
Alaska Woolly Mammoth
Arizona petrified wood
California Saber-toothed cat
Colorado Stegosaurus
Connecticut dinosaur tracks
Delaware Belemnite
District of Columbia "Capitalsaurus"
(state dinosaur)
Florida agatized coral
(state stone)
Georgia shark tooth
Idaho Hagerman horse
Illinois Tully Monster
Indiana Jefferson's ground sloth
Kentucky brachiopod
Louisiana petrified palmwood
Maine Pertica plant
Maryland murex snail / gastropod
Massachusetts dinosaur tracks
Michigan American mastodon
Minnesota Giant Beaver
Mississippi Basilosaurus
and Zygorhiza
whales
Missouri Sea lily
Montana Duck-billed dinosaur
Nebraska Woolly Mammoth
Columbian Mammoth
Imperial Mammoth
Nevada Shonisaurus
New Jersey duck-billed dinosaur
New Mexico Coelophysis
New York sea scorpion
North Dakota shipworm-bored
petrified wood
Ohio trilobite
Oklahoma Saurophaganax
Oregon Dawn redwood
Pennsylvania trilobite
South Dakota Triceratops
Tennessee bivalve
Texas Pleurocoelus
(state dinosaur)
Utah Allosaurus
Vermont Beluga whale
Virginia scallop
Washington Columbian Mammoth
West Virginia Jefferson's ground sloth
Wisconsin trilobite
Wyoming Knightia
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SOURCE: Wikipedia: List of U.S. state fossils

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