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  1. What i know of there is three supposed megalodon teeth found at two different occasions at two different locations in sweden. The first one that i came to know of was when i visited the museum of natural history in gothenburg. In one of the exhibitions i found this some years ago. Roughly translated the label tells that it was found during ploughing of a meadow at Bellskar Nordgard near Backa church, Hisingen. I was quite confused and mailed the museum asking for more information. They asked for a photo of the tooth and after i had
  2. This is my first Indonesian meg tooth and I'm wondering if this has any resto or not.. Thanks
  3. ThePhysicist

    Hubbell Megalodon

    From the album: Sharks

    Hubbell (juvenile) megalodon, likely from the East Coast. I don't understand the hype surrounding megalodon, but this one was cool enough for the collection. It has good preservation, and the tip is spalled-off from feeding.
  4. Sofyar

    Megalodon tooth

    Hey guys! I just bought a Meg tooth 6.35 inches long with great enamel and wanted to get your opinion on it! Thanks!
  5. Georgemckenzie

    Question about tooth position.

    Hiya everyone. Just got another Megalodon for the collection is there any way to know what individual species or where in the mouth the tooth is from? I recently picked up this meg tooth for the collection it’s my largest complete one as of now any help would be great. I know u can sometimes tell where it’s from by the colour and sometimes where in the mouth the tooth would have been.
  6. I have been examining my megalodon teeth and even Ramanessin shark teeth and under the microscope I can usually see (presumably) enamel that had been laid down in thin lines that always turn and meet the tooth edges at a 90 degree angle. It is easiest to see in fossil teeth where the mineral coloring brings out these whitish lines. It is hard to see in extant white teeth. Here are 3 photos of what I mean. The horizontal lines are from the middle region of the meg tooth along the tooth axis. The picture with lines going both side-to-side and up-and-down is from the region near the edge. The pic
  7. A few weeks ago one of my brothers surprised me with 2 megalodon teeth as a gift (around 3.5 to 4 inches). I won't go too into detail but he claims to have gotten them for a steal. I have some suspicions that they may not be real but don't know enough to be sure. I would love any feedback on determining if my brother got an amazing deal or unfortunately got scammed. Regardless it's still an awesome gift!
  8. I'm trilobite collector and start collecting megalodon teeth. This piece size about 5.2" I'm not sure it is real or fake. It looks shiny. Thanks a million!
  9. isurus90064

    Extraordinary Common Teeth

    Hey guys, I've been off the radar for awhile .. work you know .. been working on Siggraph for those of you who are familiar with software development. Just wanted to start a new topic here .. This one is right at 3.00" - 7.62cm C. carcharias Bahia Inglesa Formation South of Caldera Provincia Copiapo III Regio de Atacama Chile
  10. Fossil_teenager

    4 complete megalodons in one trip

    Woah. Is all I have to say to this trip. Finding one of these was going to be a trip maker, but I found 4 complete megalodons. I’m really stoked. Also found some nice hemis, sand tigers, dolphin vertebra, bone, and etc. 3 of the megs were posterior but the fourth was a nice little cream Meg. Just a shame that I couldn’t get 5 today (just kidding). Here’s the haul. Bone frags and verts: small shark teeth: broken shark teeth: Meg and friends: The bay was just perfect. Had the whol
  11. Hey all I came across these 3 shark teeth today and I believe they're all in the Odontidae family. Even though they all have cusplets, the size of these teeth rule out juvenile O. megalodon teeth so they must belong to a shark earlier than O. megalodon and the question I have is, what species? I can have a couple of guesses after looking at a lot of different photos of O. angustidens, O. chubutensis, O. auriculatus (I'm doubting it's O. sokolovi) teeth though google, through dealers etc but I'm also a little confused because some I'd think are one species and they're labeled as anot
  12. Josesaurus rex

    Megalodon tooth

    Hi all. I want to show you this megalodon tooth from Atacama, which I bought at a local fair in Chile. The tooth is not one of the best specimens available in my country, but it was at a fairly cheap price. Although it has a lot of material from the matrix attached, and a good part of the root is missing, I was able to clean it manually as far as I could, and then I will continue with the dremel engraver. What remains of the matrix is very hard, it is like a very compressed sandstone, it is almost like cement, but I will clean it carefully. When I'm ready, I'll upload more ph
  13. Dear All, I just wanted to make you all aware, (to my detriment) , some recent experiences I've has with purchasing Megalodon Teeth from Indonesia. This is not a name and shame post, simply my experiences with a 'grey area'. I've purchased many teeth recently and most are 100% A ok. However, the dealers are fully aware of the value realized from 5.5 inch plus teeth and this has resulted in a swathe of monster teeth being offered to the market. Now, I'm an idiot and need no reminding, but I fell for this trick about a month ago. The seller seemed genuine enoug
  14. Hey all... I thought I'd put up some pics of my fossil collection - well, the sharp end of it. I have a few other fossils (fish, ammonite etc) but for now, I'll put up my fossil teeth. I started collecting fossils almost by accident a few years ago, I was in a small rock and mineral shop, in a small town 2 hours from home, this shop had a small selection of fossils too and the Otodus teeth they had in stock grabbed my attention, I bought one and my collection has been growing ever since. The Otodus obliquus teeth below were my first and second fossil purchase
  15. Hello all. I was wondering if anyone on here is from (or very familiar with) coastal plain South Carolina. I am not fishing for spots at all, in fact I have a vacation rental on a nice piece of land west of Summerville that I picked and paid for in hopes that we would have fossiling accessible from our home base. We have river access and the land is ripe with creeks. I would like to network with someone knowledgeable about the area to find out if where we are staying might be fossiliferous. This is mostly my teenage son's hobby, but we will definitely hunt as a family. We did hunt
  16. Shellseeker

    New, bigger megalodon size estimate

    https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/science/school-lesson-leads-to-bigger-megalodon-size/ BIGGER Megs !!!! New ways to measure Megalodon Teeth...
  17. Ludwigia

    Megatooth Sharks

    From the album: Sketches

    The meg is from the Miocene in Wrightsville, N.Carolina. The angustidens from the Oligocene in S.Carolina. The obliquus from the Eocene in Qued Zem, Khouribga, Morocco.
  18. jikohr

    Megalodon or white shark?

    Hey Guys! This one is probably a lot more obvious than I'm making it. My head says Megalodon due to the age of Bone Valley and the size, but my gut says white shark due to no Bourlette, the shape of the enamel where it meets the root on the distal and mesial side, and the serrations. So I decided to seek out an outside opinion. This is from Bone Valley Florida. Any insight is greatly appreciated!
  19. hxmendoza

    Fossil Shark ID help please.

    Hi folks. My turn to ask for ID help. I’m more of a dinosaur tooth and fossil guy. My friend gifted me these fossil shark teeth. Can you take a look and help me with these? I own a couple Meg teeth and other Shark teeth, but these are giving me a little trouble, or I’d like verification. The first two (A) and (B) have a bourlette, but proportionately large serrations like a Great White. Except GW teeth don’t have bourlettes. I believe (C) and (D) May be Carcharocles hastalis. Are they? I believe (E) is a Mako. But what species? Lastly, is
  20. I'm visiting DeLand for a week and a half, and really want to find a spot to search for fossils or shark teeth, haven't found many online and I know people have their own secret spots. Pm me locations if you don't want to share them publicly guys, I am only hand searching with a few family members. I am willing to drive a couple hours to spend a day hunting fossils
  21. Looking to trade some of my teeth in my collection, hoping to get: Dire Wolf Giant Ground Sloth ( Mainly Eremotherium) Edestus Shark Nice Whale Tooth Bears Bear Dog Bone Crushing Dog Open to other Carnivorous Mammals Looking for teeth of these
  22. Shellseeker

    Hunting Bone Valley

    The rains are increasing water depth almost daily, a hurricane is coming in, and so why not go hunting this last Friday. There was a 60% chance of rain starting about 1 pm, but we'll deal with that when and if it comes. As normal, we were finding many smaller shark teeth, most broken but a few good lemons and duskies, with an occasional Sand Tiger tossed in. I like Sand Tigers because they are relatively rare in my hunting areas. Usually, I am seeking those fossils that are not small shark teeth, and those are becoming harder and harder to find... likely due to my efforts
  23. Hey all, I stumbled upon this at an attractive price (but not so attractive that it screams reproduction) My concerns are mostly how the enamel meets the root of the tooth. I know the lighting is poor but unfortunately these are the only two photos. Appreciate any input!
  24. TeethCollector

    Is this a chubutensis?

    I am looking for nice chubutensis tooth and I saw this on online. Please help me figure out what this is.. Is this a chubu or meg? I know nothing about locality of this fossil except Southeastern US..
  25. I bought this megalodon tooth the other day and was wondering whether it is real or not. I added images of it from the front and the back
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