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  1. jikohr

    Hell Creek Claw id help

    Hi everyone! I just got a claw in from the Hell Creek and I'm not entirely sure what it's from. I know it's not dinosaur, but I don't know how to tell the difference between turtle, crocodilian, and Champsosaurus (what does a Champsosaurus claw look like anyway, google didn't have any pictures) or even something else if there is a something else I'm not aware of. Locality is Powder River County, Montana. Length is 36 mm height is 15 mm width is 13 mm Any insight would be greatly appreciated as always!
  2. Wilma

    Holden beach fossil?

    I found this tooth at Holden Beach NC. We thought it may be a whale tooth but after some Google search maybe it is something else? thanks for IDing
  3. Coryrsmith23

    Please identify

    Please help me identify this fossil. I assume its a crocodile tooth but its double sided. I found it along Calvert Cliffs Maryland.
  4. Got some new fossils back to my house and realized I got a real whopper once I put them under good lighting. "Baby croc skull" is clearly molded with attached ?mosasaur teeth and painted with sand. Place also had a few fossil dragonflies and fossil fish. Thinking my starfish and trilobite are also fake. Thankfully ammonites are too cheap to fake or I wouldn't have gotten any actual fossils. Aside: Are any of the trilobite earrings real?
  5. jikohr

    Kem Kem Claw id help

    Hi everyone! I'm fairly certain there's no funny business on this one, but I don't know what type of critter it could be since I'm fairly certain 99.9% of Moroccan claw pics online are of fakes and the remaining 1% are misidentified. 37.5 mm long 12 mm tall 8 mm wide What do you all think? Dinosaur? Croc? Turtle? Pterosaur? Any feedback is greatly appreciated as always!
  6. jikohr

    Kem Kem vertebra id help

    Hi everyone! So first and foremost let me say, it's not a composite. Yes I know there is some sediment where the process meets the centrum, yes it is Moroccan, yes 99.9999999% of the time that automatically means funny business but I've looked at the area really carefully and the bone connects there (might try getting rid of some of that matrix at least on one side depending on what it's from). Anyway, I'm on the fence on this one. I was comparing it to a similar thread where a fellow asked about a caudal vertebra from the kem kem which turned out to be croc but was sol
  7. jikohr

    Kem Kem Phalanges id help

    Hi everyone! I've gotten ahold of some kem kem phalanges and while I think most are Theropod I still could really use a second opinion to make sure (and potentially a further id like Spinosaur). I say most because while I'm fairly certain the first three are Theropod the last one looks off to me. Kinda reminding me mammal phalanges from deer or something I've seen from Florida. Any insight is greatly appreciated as always!
  8. jikohr

    kem kem ribs id help

    Hi everyone! I'm helping a buddy go through and identify a ton of Moroccan stuff he acquired several years ago. There were two large ribs, the first is 10 inches (straight line) an the main part is .75 inches wide. the second is 5.5 inches (straight line) and 1.25 inches wide. I'm fairly certain these are Dinosaur or crocodile, leaning toward dinosaur but I'm not certain which type. Any feedback is greatly appreciated as always!
  9. MSCreekWalker

    Possible dinosaur skin?

    Hey there. So my husband has some land and we have a natural spring creek and we go just about every weekend. I'm always finding fossilized coral and quartz. Arrowheads, etc. Well, yesterday I stumbled across something that looks to me almost like skin. Hopefully, someone here can help me out .
  10. Hello FossilForum, any help in identifying these pieces I have included would be greatly appreciated! I believe these are various types of teeth and jaw pieces and some entire skulls included. I have numerous crocodile skulls I believe. Thanks for looking and any info or help! TURTLE SHELL? This is what I think is a chunk of a Turtle Shell. SKULLS? Front Back Skull #2 TEETH:
  11. Missmissy

    Fossilized imprint scales Missouri?

    Can anyone help me out with this one, found on broken large shelf in seep spring run lighter lines are raised but middle of imprint is recessed with a slight stippled texture...each "square" is roughly 2"×2"....ideas???
  12. So I needed a lot of Spinosaur teeth and cheap since they were going to be a gift for kids 13-14 years old as a part of a school project. I contacted a known online shop which sells at a discount if you buy similar to seen instead of actual as seen. I think that I got a bit scammed. Maybe not, is just that these teeth looks a lot more (for me) as crocodile than Spinosaur. I know that there are a lot and the pics are not that good, but I really need just to know if some of them are in fact not Spinosaur since then I would cancel the gift. I can't just give fake information at
  13. Or something else? I know that I've seen this kind of tooth before, but for the life of me I just don't seem to be able to remember where. I found it at my shark tooth spot in the Miocene Burdigalian. It measures 16mm. from the bottom of the root to the tip.
  14. gigantoraptor

    Kem Kem fossils

    Hello everybody I have some indeterminated Kem Kem fossils. The first one is a piece of a jaw. I think it's reptile, but I don't know for sure. Anyone suggestions? (first 2 pics) The second is also a jaw and I think this one might be a fish. (last 3 pics) Thanks already
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