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  1. 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.
  2. These are my top 3 finds ever. I found all of them in a creek in Charleston SC. (Left Megalodon , middle Angustiden, and right Retroflexus)
  3. Made my first fossil hunting trip to South Carolina, went to some areas around Summerville, thought I’d share pics of some of the fossils I collected! The best finds were some echovenator-like teeth, Angies, great whites, some intact sections of dugong ribs, and several associated pieces of a sea turtle shell. Felt like Indiana Jones exploring all the creeks trying to find productive spots haha. Fun trip, hope to return in the future!
  4. 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
  5. Bails

    Shark Tooth ID Request

    Hey All, I found this tooth on an early afternoon hunt today in Charleston, SC. I wanted to see if anyone could confirm if it is a Carcharocles angustiden or if it could possibly be a Carcharocles chubutensis. Reason I ask is the cusps on the side seem less pronounced then other Angy’s I have found and seen. They don’t appear to have broken off. My initial thought is that it is an Angy, but wanted to doubles check. Happy to post additional pics if needed. Thanks in advance!
  6. Hey all - I had a great week of shark tooth hunting in Charleston, SC and wanted to share my top favorites from each day Tuesday - Friday. Got to appreciate when it goes right!!
  7. I returned to the Cooper River near Charleston, SC last week for a five day diving trip for the elusive Meg! it is not the easiest way to hunt for fossils but It is fun! I added a new page to my website to give you an idea of what its like. ---> http://nautiloid.net/fossils/sites/charleston/charleston.html
  8. Hi, this tooth was given to me as a gift, but I’m not sure If it’s real or not? It is 1 3/4 inches long and one inch wide.
  9. Its still very hard to me to tell between the two when discussing the 1.5-3" range. I know angustidens have cusp but not all of them necessarily do. I know angustidens are also more triangle shaped but really that is not given as megs can also have that depending on tooth location. I attached a picture of some mixed ones and I still dont know which are which. My guesses would be the yellow top one, the black one right next to it, and the bottom left black tooth. The rest are megs? Open to discussion
  10. BellamyBlake

    Shark teeth

    Hi everyone, I have here 4 partial tooth fragments. They were found in Charleston, South Carolina. I believe the first one is C. Angustiden, while the rest are Megalodon. Could anybody kindly confirm?
  11. Maxsg

    Chubutensis or Angustiden

    So I have posted a picture of this tooth before but I was recently showing it to a buddy and he said it looked like a chub but the cusps make me think angustidens. I want to know what you all think. I found this in an area that the formation is exposed in spots. The clay is a thick white clay speckled with tiny pebbles and other fossils. my geological maps that i used to find the location say that it is of Miocene age in the hawthorn group. However I am starting to think that there might be older clays exposed in the area. Please help me figure out what kind of tooth I have here, thank you.
  12. Thinking about selecting a light sand color for the background to make these teeth pop. Here’s an evolutionary display of the Megalodon. Left-to-right: O. obliques, O. auriculatus, O. angustiden, O. chubutensis, O. megalodon. Notice the abscence of cusps from the Meg. The two right most teeth are from Calvert Cliffs, the two in the middle from South Carolina, and the far left from Morocco. FYI @Kurt Komoda @FossilSloth @caldigger @SailingAlongToo @Malcolmt
  13. Fossil-Hound

    C. auriculatus vs C. angustiden

    I'm preparing to put these teeth up into a plaque to showcase the evolution of C. megalodon (a much disputed topic in and of itself). I just acquired the second to left tooth from a dealer in Florida who claims the tooth is a C. auriculatus and the middle tooth was from another dealer who claims it's a C. angustiden. I realize that size in this scenario doesn't matter and I should pay more attention to the serrations and defined cusps but I'm beginning to wonder if the middle tooth is a C. auriculatus because of the increased number of serrations and more defined cusps and the one to it's left
  14. My wifes birthday is on Monday so trying to surprise her with a 3-4 day weekend trip. Looking for locations in the southeast. Can go as far down as ft. Lauderdale area or top of nc on the north side. We have been to Edisto and Summerville areas before and unfortuantely just havent gotten on top of any good spots. She really wants a whole Meg tooth or nice Angustiden tooth as well, were used to mainly finding fragments in the Savannah area. I wouldnt mind that but would love to add some more bones/and or fragments to our collection as well. I do have a small john boat with a 4 horse outboard th
  15. Hi everyone, I just got back from my morning trip to the beach and am thrilled to have found another nice tooth. Last night I went out and the tide was much too high, I ended up leaving after a few hours with only a few small teeth. As I searched the beach for the first hour this morning, I started to worry that my luck might finally be running out. Thanks to Memorial Day weekend the beach was absolutely packed, which was an unpleasant change of pace from usually having the beach mostly to myself. As I started to lose interest and consider heading back to the car, I decided to chec
  16. Jocassee Tiger

    Low country river trip

    We took a trip to the river and came back with a bunch of teeth. Unfortunately we didn't find anything big and intact but the ones we did find had some nice colors. Am I correct that the teeth up top are makos and not sand tigers? Also, check out the size of what could have been with this angustiden, if only I could find one like that whole
  17. Mitchu

    Creek Walk

    Took a walk in a creek before I had to leave for out of town. No digging required on this trip, the rains from Irma made for a fun day, plus I was recovering from a shoulder injury.There's a few more pics from this trip in my Gallery. Came out of the creek with a few angys, a nice ray plate, smaller megs, mako, and a horse tooth. Also found a bone that i'm not sure as to what it is. All in all a great day for a walk.
  18. Mitchu

    SC Lowcountry fun

    Thought I posted into this discussion earlier but instead slapped it into the SC forum. Heres all the pics from a recent walk I took in a creek after Irma's rains roller through. Couldn't do much in the way of digging, shoulder injury wasnt having any lifting going on. So I took a nice walk, enjoyed nature, and found some teeth along the way (along with a baby copperhead, some friendly turtles, and one squirrel that decided to follow me around). Anyway, scored a beauty of an Angustiden, horse tooth, ray mouth plate, small megs, makos, small verts, just a little bit of everything. Sorry for all
  19. Mitchu

    Walk in the creek

    From the album: Mitchu Fossils

    Couldn't dig because of a shoulder injury, so I took a little walk instead.
  20. A few weeks ago a few friends and I decided to head to SC to see if we could find some Angustidens and we were quite successful! The video below shows our haul from the day. Thank you for watching and please subscribe to my YouTube channel for more videos. Please watch the video is 720p HD or 1080p HD for better quality. Thanks! Please don't message me for the location of the site because I will not tell you.
  21. Is this an angustiden? Or is it some other kind of sharks tooth?
  22. SeanMonaghan

    Please Help Angustiden Or Meg Tooth?

    Please help me identify if this is a Megalodon tooth or an Angustiden? The condition is alittle rough so its hard to tell please help me out!
  23. Lee Taylor

    Hit The Edisto 5-25-13

    Hit the Edisto last weekend. Did not find a LOT of teeth, but did find a GREAT spot that should produce well as time passes. Packiing gear and getting ready for next hunt. Ready to go again. Hope to do some up river scooping and screening soon Angys found by others I picked up the Angy on the right. Put my Mako next to it for comparison
  24. Lee Taylor

    Fossiling Sc Locations

    Found some baby teeth while scuba fossiling last weekend. Plans to go hunting again mid and late June. The guy next to me found a killer Angy. He swears it is a Ric. Have information on a couple of potentially good land site locations. Willing to trade for detailed info on other Charleston SC/Summerville/Cottageville land sites. Yet to be cleaned baby teeth Angy or Ric?
  25. Lee Taylor

    South Carolina Fossils

    I found a Mastodon tooth last season and I have been wanting to make a video clip of it. I finially made the clip so I thought I would post it. There are literally hundreds of thousands of fossils underneath the overburden here in Charleston SC. Too bad there is not an easy way to get to them. I guess if there was an easy way it would take the fun out of it. Included in the video are: Various SC fossils including a Mastodon tooth, Scallops, Murex shell, Megalodon, and Angustiden teeth. All these items (except the Aurora scallop) I found offshore SC or in the rivers surrounding Charleston.
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