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  1. 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
  2. Hi everyone, I need some help regarding my first preperation work. It's a Cuban Meg tooth in limestone. What is the best way to get the limestone off?
  3. Hi everyone, I'm looking to trade this big Mammoth lower mandible (+M3 molar) to trade for Megalodon tooth / teeth. Looking to find chilean, peruvian especially. Shipping will be split or evened out. - 43cm - 23cm molar - 7 kilogram - Netherlands, North Sea - Small crack filled professionally You are interested. Please DM me.
  4. Made a recent trip to Aurora, North Carolina to fossil hunt the Pungo River formation. These are the Megalodon, Giant White, and Mako teeth I found. Also the last pic shows the nicest tiger and sand tiger shark teeth I found. Not shown are several hundred identifiable whale and dolphins bones of decent quality, including intact vertebrae (atlas, axis, thoracic, lumbar, and caudal all found, some with processes), ribs, jaw bones, flipper bones (carpals and phalanges), sperm whale and dolphin teeth. Also found amber, petrified wood, Trionyx turtle shell, crab claws, and much more.
  5. Fulton Greenwall

    Very worn tooth ID

    Hi all, I was walking along Bawdsey beach at East Lane. I have walked here many times hoping to find a Megalodon tooth, have I finally been lucky?
  6. fossilhunter21

    Partial posterior meg tooth?

    Hi everyone! just thought I would ask my friends on TFF if they think this is a partial meg tooth, I think it looks like one but I just want to be sure. Thanks in advance! -@fossilhunter21
  7. Jerrychang

    Cusps of mega-toothed shark

    We should all agree that the side cusps of these shark gradually disappeared with evolution, but how did they deform in the process of shrinking and disappearing ? Does the cusps’s tip gradually move closer to the middle crown and fuse together? Just like the two teeth in the picture below, is the brown specimen older than the other?
  8. I plan to collect fossil teeth from cretolamna to megalodons, and arrange them in order of color and size. I have got these three and are still working on it. Although they are not big and not perfect, they’re still very beautiful and fulfilling when placed together. It’s quite hard to find the right size shape and color. Might need some help with the auriculatus.
  9. Hey, Can you please Tell me if My tooth is genuine or not? Also I got it from caverns in Tennessee. Thank you!!
  10. 3 Sarcosuchus teeth with a Certificate. Formation: Erlhaz Fm. Location: Tenere-Woestijn, Niger. Biggest is 3,2 cm Looking for a Megalodon or Mastodon tooth.
  11. DardS8Br

    Meg or Chub?

    I bought this 4.8” tooth and it was advertised as being likely a giant chubutensis tooth, but said it was a Megalodon to be on the safe side. Can anyone here positively identify it? This was found in a river outside of Summerville, SC.
  12. PaleoLubbers

    Great White or Megalodon?

    Hello! We found both of these teeth in the same spot 6 months apart in Duval County, Florida. We are having trouble identifying whether these teeth are Great Whites or Megalodon. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any input!
  13. Jerrychang

    Carcharocles angustidens

    It’s about 1.875 inches long in the longest side,and the seller said it was found in Chandler Bridge Formation. So I guess it’s angustidens?
  14. These are mostly South Carolina River finds, with a couple of Moroccan specimens mixed in. The Megalodon teeth are all natural, ranging from 3” to the 4” range. The shark vertebra go up to about 3.5” in diameter. I have more elsewhere as well. And more Megalodon teeth. LOOKING FOR: I am open to all offers. I am especially interested in matrix pieces of different kinds, unprepared fish, but again I am very open to all sorts of offers.
  15. Up for trade is this beautiful 4.7” Megalodon tooth from Indonesia. It has repairs to cracks along the middle of the blade but no restoration as far as I can tell. There is a very tiny patch of fill on the back side smaller than a dime. I am open to all trade offers. This tooth has some of the best colors you’ll see on a tooth and has razor serrations and tip. It even has some sea shells imbedded in the root
  16. 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
  17. Unfortunately, currently only have this picture is the real or restored?
  18. DardS8Br

    Megalodon or Chubutensis?

    I bought this Megalodon tooth a while ago, but the shape of it has me wondering if it’s actually a chubutensis tooth Here are two images of the tooth. It’s 4.88 inches from root to tip. It was collected off the Atlantic coast of North Carolina.
  19. 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
  20. Fossilsforever

    Megalodon!

    Hello all, I made two drawings (and edited both of them) of a O. Megalodon (Otodus Megalodon) shark. The first one is a pencil drawing (black-white) on a original white background (made it coloured, blue). The second one is a Megalodon smelling whales. Enjoy! Perhaps other people can post here their Megalodon drawings/paintings. Kind regards, Ruben
  21. Please let me know if you think this tooth has no repairs or restorations? It's being advertised as not. Seems to have none, but please see images. Seems to be a beauty, 5.75 inch upper principal anterior from Indonesia. Thanks in advance.
  22. I started collecting megalodon teeth about a year ago and this was my first tooth. Now that I have a few others, I’ve noticed possible discrepancies with the tooth. My other teeth have a grainy, gritty textured root but this one has a smooth textured root with a shiny appearance. The root of this tooth is also very smooth/slippery to the touch, whereas with my other teeth, the root is fairly rough to the touch. Also, where the enamel meets the bourlette, that is also quite smooth but on my other teeth, it is fairly sharp and jagged in comparison. Any advice is appreciated as I’m still fairly n
  23. I’m looking for solid places to dig / sift in North Carolina, preferably near Greenville or Fayetteville! I’ve visited Green Mill Run in Greenville a handful of times, and upon researching I found a place called Phoebus Landing, but no specifics as to where it is aside from Elizabethtown and it being on the Cape Fear River. If any of you guys have specifics *please* let me know! I’m pretty eager to check out a new site. Thanks in advance!
  24. 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
  25. Hey all! I have this Meg from the Bone Valley Formation I have a question on. The tooth has some damage to the bourlette up to the blade. Does this look like it’s from a tool or something during fossilization? It appears to me like it’s old damage but I don’t know from what. Any help is appreciated thanks everyone as always!
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