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  1. Hi, I took pictures with the jaw by different angles. May I know any opinion from you, please? Thank you
  2. OK, I have read the posts about croc tooth versus mosasaur and croc versus alligator. Based on what I read, this could be a mosasaur tooth given the sort of “prismatic” ribbing and lack of any carinae or at least the lack of the two that are equidistant from each other. Anyway, I’m not an expert but would love some help from those more learned. Check out the pics. This is basically from the Calvert formation - but more specifically Horsehead Cliffs area from the water. Thanks for looking!
  3. Notidanodon

    Popes creek croc teeth

    Hi guys I recently purchased a few croc teeth from popes creek which ranges from eocene to miocene I believe any idea on the species here @pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon @Praefectus 1. 2. 3.
  4. Good evening, The seller from Morocco sent me some more boxes again. I hope to find phalanges of Spinosaurus in these boxes. May I have some advice from you, please? Thank you so much.
  5. DustinD

    Anyone know what this is?

    I grew up going to the SC coast with my mom(actually lived there the first few years of my life). I've never lost my fascination with searching for shark teeth(my profile photo is my mother, my deceased sister, and myself at a very young age, looking at our former home in Garden City, SC), and it's known within the group of friends that my wife and I vacation with. Point is, I found this last year at Carolina Beach in NC. I pride myself on a keen eye, but I initially thought it to be nothing more than an ironically accurate shaped piece of wood. I kept it none the less, and "white-lied" to the
  6. Bjohn170

    Couple Aquia trips

    Two recent trips to the Aquia formation along Maryland Potomac River yielded some pretty nice finds. First trip started slow just finding your average sand tiger and goblin shark teeth but by the end scored a few Otodus; unfortunately they were all worn with feeding damage but the largest at 1.95” is still quite the find. The two small Cretolamna were nice additions to the haul as well. Second trip the water was very high, even at low tide but I had they day off work so I wasn’t going to waste it, and I’m glad I went. Again all my Otodus have some damage to them but the bigger one measuring ju
  7. rocket

    red and heavy bones: Kem Kem?

    We have a few unusual bones we got many years ago from a collection. Should be Kem Kem. But, I am unsure. They are bloody red and very heavy. I think it might be, because in one hole I see sandy sediment I know from Kem Kem But..., what do you think? both are approx. 8 - 10 cm long
  8. Hi, I know claws from the Kem Kem are very hard to identify since not much is published on them, but this is a small 2.1cm claw from the Kem Kem with a curved shape that makes me think that it might be enough to determine if it is theropod (as listed) or croc or even turtle. My gut tells me it is likely to be croc or turtle, but I think some members here might have claws just like this in their collection, so thought it would be worth asking.
  9. JorisVV

    Deltadromeus vertebrae?

    Came across this Vert from the KemKem region. Looks like a regular croc or crocodylomorph vertebrae to me, apparently he is very convinced it's a "deltadromeus" vert. Anyone that can help clear this up
  10. Ptychodus04

    Croc Paper

    Does anyone have a copy of the paper describing Borealisuchus wilsoni?
  11. siteseer

    Kem Kem tooth Crocodile?

    Here's a tooth I bought at the gem show back in the days when Moroccan vertebrate stuff was starting to appear at Tucson and other shows. I've been meaning to show it to people for years. It's from the Kem Kem Beds (Cenomanian), Taouz area, Morocco. It's about 61mm long with cutting edges that appear to be slightly crenulated rather than finely-serrated. It's oval in cross-section on the root end but the crown becomes blade-like toward the tip so it is somewhat labiolingually compressed. I assume it's a crocodile tooth but thought it might have a small chance at being from a di
  12. Fishinfossil

    NJ Plesiosaur or Croc tooth?

    Found in NJ Cretaceous stream. The root hole and lateral? striations on the tooth is what made this stand out. Any thoughts on possible plesiosaur or croc?
  13. Andrea marotta

    Can be Suchomimus tooth?

    Hi everyone! I got this tooth. Comes from Niger. Could it be Suchomimus? or is it croc? Thanks!
  14. Got out early to Douglas Point on the Potomac river, unfortunately the water was high, rough, and dark. Didn’t find much but I managed the biggest and most complete ray plate I’ve ever found and a decent croc tooth with some great umber color to it!
  15. Notidanodon

    Moroccan phosphates croc tooth

    Hi guys what do you think the species of this is?
  16. Here I have a prett rare a nicely preserved Deinosuchus Riograndensis tooth from the Bufftown Formation, Alabama. Looking for great quality theropod teeth from the KemKem region, preferably Carcharodontosaurus. Open for other dinosaur teeth as well. Just hit me up!
  17. What to think about this Maroccosuchus tooth. There should be 3% restoration. According to the description natural. From Ouled Abdoun, Morocco.
  18. Real or fake? It’s a nice looking piece, so I might be interested in it still if it is a cast or a combo, but also don’t want to overpay if that’s the case.
  19. Howdy folks! I’m currently at Tucson, sifting through all the trinkets and different knick knacks. I found this skull that actually has me wondering if it’s real, unlike all the other croc skulls I’ve seen from Morocco on this trip. Upon touching it, it doesn’t have the plaster feel that most of the fake stuff does, but that doesn’t help rule anything out. Beautiful piece. Would be nice if it was real! Thank you!
  20. Whilst walking on sheppey yesterday I found a good size crocodile vert in a phosphatic nodule. I'd love for it to be prepped professionally, I don't think me trying with hand tools and limited know how will end well. It is one of my first larger finds so I'd love for it to look as nice as possible. Are there any preparators or prep services you would recommend for sheppey fossils that may work with this? I understand this will not be the most aesthetic or easy prep job, as is often the case for sheppey finds, but it means alot to me. The nodule is a bit worn, but soft enou
  21. Muuleey

    Need help please....

    Found in Louisiana. Doesn't look like a rock to me but I can be wrong. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  22. Got to the beach early this morning and had the place to myself with a great gravel line to search. Got a nice handful of teeth including at 2.23” damaged otodus, a 1.42” otodus, and a 1.14” croc tooth.
  23. ThePhysicist

    Crocodilian teeth

    From the album: Hell Creek / Lance Formations

    Crocodilia (teeth) Hell Creek Fm., Powder River Co., MT, USA Cretaceous Crocodilian teeth - could be from Brachychampsa and/or Borealosuchus?
  24. This Jurassic Croc Tooth was gifted to me awhile back. It's an unknown at this time but I'm hoping someone here with far more knowledge than myself can narrow this down. I have Sarcosuchus and Stolokrosuchus teeth in my collection and this is unlike anything I've ever seen. It actually has a ridge on both sides of the Tooth. I included a video as well... 20211027_162625.mp4
  25. Guns

    Spinosaur or croc tooth ?

    When it come to small teeth i always have a problem differentiate spinosaur tooth from croc tooth . I need a bit of help ID this 2 two . all from Kem Kem basin . both unserrated . thanks in advance Guns tooth 1 : Rooted tooth This photo is aim to show the striations and cutting edge on this tooth Here some close up photo... tooth 2
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