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    Shark Teeth

  2. SharkySarah

    Hell Creek Teeth 23-30

    Below are some teeth from the Hell Creek Formation. Any common name or scientific name would be useful. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.
  3. Rock-Guy-17

    Cretaceous NJ Unknowns

    Following up on a recent trip report of mine from Big Brook with some unknown fossils. No experience in this area form me, help is greatly appreciated. Tried to approximate as well as I could 1. has these surface striations that do not appear to be patterns, rounded on one end. My hope is coprolite. 2. has one similar striation across the middle. Bottom of this specimen looks like it has been sharpened to a point Pretty unsure about all of these, but all of them have some surface marking/feature that show it is a fossil.
  4. SharkySarah

    Hell Creek Teeth 1-12

    Below are micro teeth from the hell creek formation. Not sure on the ID of these. I have some vague ideas for a couple. Any common or scientific names welcome. 1. Bowfin Cyclurus fragosus tooth? 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  5. SharkySarah

    Hell Creek Teeth 13-23

    Looking for help on these teeth from the hell creek formation. Any common and scientific names welcome. 13. 14. 15. Bowfin tooth Cyclurus fragosus? 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22
  6. Hello everyone, What are your thoughts on this Mosaurus Skull. Im considering buying it It should be a Tylosaurus, it was found in Kansas. Sized at 45 × 17 × 16 cm. There is also a photo showing the found bones.
  7. Katy2319

    Fossil Jaw-Partial

    Hi all! I was recently visiting with another naturalist, helping them to identify some of the donated rocks and fossils in their collection. There were a few that stumped us both, and unfortunately they couldn't tell me where any of the specimens were originally found, or the period anything was from with any certainty. I'll make separate posts for the different pieces. But here's part one to start with. A partial jaw with large molars, certainly from a large herbivore. The other naturalist suggested perhaps from a moose, and I also found similarities in the shape to other cervids,
  8. Hello gang. I am looking for advice from more experienced folks about sifting for fossils. I have a wide range of appropriate tools available to me, but as one that has never really done this sort of fossil hunting, I have some questions before my excursion this weekend. I always have a canvas bag/tube type I normally use for forest floor detritus to find various insects and the like. It has also proven useful in streams and creeks. Very handy as it folds flat and doesn't use up much pack space. However it is in the sieve range of #3-4 (about 5mm +/-). I don
  9. Notidanodon


    Hi guys got a few teeth I’m not sure on here I would appreciate some help, thanks! 1. Carina only on one side so it’s one of those palatal teeth? And compression suggests eramiasaurus? But could be T. Atrox 2. slightly prismatic but compressed so Eramiasaurus? 3. Compressed so eramiasaurus again? thanks again guys @Praefectus @pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon
  10. mmaldonado81

    BIG BROOK Fossil Finds

    My first trip to big brook with the boys yielded lots of cool stuff. I’m a fossil noob but read all the forum posts, facebook, big brook website, fossil guy sit, etc before posting. I have some other pictures to post but these i feel are the strongest change of “being something” What is everyone’s thoughts? coolest stuff i think we have, crab arms/claw, a shrimp?, jaw bone, enamel from dinosaur teeth, shark teeth, fossil clams, impressions of clams, sea turtle bone. I am least sure of 9d though i’m hoping it is a tooth of some kind, could very well be a rock!
  11. Andre Pterosaur

    Rare Opalised fossils

    Hi Guys i am a collector of opalised fossils for 50 years. i have some very interesting and rare opalised fossils . these are some opalised fossils I have in my collection.
  12. Rock36

    Private STH dig

    My daughter and I did a paid private property dig outside of Bakersfield, CA in the Shark Tooth Hills last Saturday. We very much enjoyed it! Found 8 species of shark teeth (hastalis, planus, angel, dog, hammerhead, cow, and long toothed and normal tiger) and some extinct sea lion and porpoise teeth as well as some seal lion and whale bones and vertebrae. We loved it, but both felt it was a “one and done” and preferred diving for teeth over digging. It was also hot…well over 90 by the time we stopped after 7 hours. Lots of teeth and the owner dug with us and identified teeth/fossils as we
  13. Hi All, I'm new to this forum and thought I'd send over images of my theropod teeth plus one extremely impressive sauropod from Madagascar. Hope you like them! Paul
  14. jorski

    Matoaka Beach MD

    Hello, my 6 yr old has shown some interest in geology and fossils so we went on a day trip to fossil hunt at Matoaka Beach in Saint Leonard, MD. We found a few things on the beach that we wanted to give her more information on to help fuel her interest. My husband and I are clueless about this stuff, so just wanted to ask if anyone had some interesting little tidbits about the attached pictures that we could share with her. Thanks in advance!
  15. My buddies and I recently went on a trip to Andalusia Alabama. We got an airbnb near the point a dam. We retrieved a few teeth that we believe are some goblin shark teeth and a auriculatus shark tooth, perhaps. If anybody has any insight please feel free to comment. I have some more pictures that I will upload from one other trip that I did by myself.
  16. Found this in Southamerica. Is it a Fossil?? The Hole i made by myself Thanks for Help
  17. Heres a fun thread for those to show off their widest and fattest looking megalodon teeth fossils in thier collections. I'll set the tone with the widest fat boy in my collection, I don't have digital calipers but it measure roughly 5.4 inches wide by 6.1 inches long. When I close my hand together it looks even more monstrous. Share yours and join the wide boyclub Got the idea while thinking about what the widest megalodon tooth ever found measures, if anyone does know do share in this thread!
  18. Found these Saturday (5/20/23) on the beach in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 1. Some kind of bone? 28 cm at its longest, 5-6 cm wide. Weighs 435 grams. 2. small vert maybe? About 1.2 cm wide and tall. 3. small row of teeth about 2 cm long and .5-.75 cm tall. I’d greatly appreciate any insight on ID. Thank you so much!
  19. Southcoaster

    Shark teeth Highcliffe Christchurch

    An hour walk along Highcliffe beach in Christchurch and plenty of shark teeth on the shoreline. I assume the larger one, albeit a little worn, is just from a larger shark? Thank you
  20. Hey folks, this is my second post attempting to identify a potential fossil. The last time members confirmed I had found a 350 million year old horn, coral fossil. Thrilling!potential fossil #2 is a very interesting looking rock. I recently picked up in Sequatchie Valley Tennessee. The more I looked at it the more I started to see a potential mandible, fossil or possibly teeth. Please review the pictures and let me know what you think probably seen one two mini PBS documentaries. Lol
  21. musicnfossils

    Tooth Tuesday

    Should probably post more in this forum section since we’re doing multiple hikes a week but here’s a couple cool finds from today out in the dinosaur park formation. The wildfires here in Alberta have been raging wild, the smoke finally made it this far south. Here’s a couple nice tyrannosaur teeth, thankfully we found the big one when we did, would have exploded soon. It’s probably around 2.5 inches haven’t measured it yet.
  22. I recently added a few new big teeth to my collection which prompted me to take some pics of the largest teeth I have from 3 species - Carcharodon hastalis, Carcharodon carcharias and Otodus megalodon. One of the recent acquisitions is the 2.7" C. hastalis. It's not in great condition but it's not every day you come across a specimen this size so I had to buy it! While the 2.7" C. hastalis and 2.6" C. carcharodon teeth are approaching maximum size for each species.... the O. megalodon teeth make them look small. A little perspective on just how large that shark got!
  23. Fossilsupremacy

    Help id this jaw piece (maybe other stuff?)

    Found a pretty cool fossil yesterday- has what definitely looks like some fossil teeth in it, along with a tiny, almost shrimp or krill looking creature. Here are the photos- fossil is almost 8 centimeters tall- a little over 3 inches for my american friends. it’s a bit hard to measure the width cause it’s a little wonky shaped and math isn’t my strong suit… you’ll have to go with this for now.
  24. I'm trying to expand my collection by buying a tooth of Carcharodontosaurus (or rather of Carcharodontosauridae, as far as I understand it is impossible to understand the species with 100% accuracy). So I'm inspecting some sites of reputable and trustworthy sellers, but still I'm always afraid of finding heavily reworked or restored teeth. I'm not convinced by the root: authentic? completely artificial? restored?
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