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  1. Hi everyone! I purchased this "Mosasaurus Skull" about a year ago. I'm certain that it's fake, but I was curious as to how bad of a fake it was (to humor me) and what kind of teeth these are. Thanks!
  2. I need help identifying this jaw bone with teeth. I only have the one picture but the molars are pretty distinctive and hopefully are enough. This was found in the Peace River, Florida. Thanks for any help!
  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. Share your favourite ICE AGE era fossils, I love to collect them myself This is my favourite fossil: Coelodonta antiquitatis lower jaw Length: 42CM Weight: 3,557KG Location: Permafrost, Siberia
  5. Nipponites

    Partial mammal lower jaw-Brule fm.

    Hello, I have just received this partial lower jaw, it is supposed to be from Leptomeryx evansi, but i have seen many skulls of L. evansi on the internet, and this doesn't look similar. It comes from the Oligocene of Orella member, Brule formation; South Dakota. I have got three questions; Who did this jaw belong to? What part of the jaw did these teeth occupy? Is that hole on the first photo normal? Or was made by an animal or disease? Thanks to everyone!
  6. lesofprimus

    Acquired Dolphin Jaw...

    Acquired this Miocene Dolphin Jaw section and have now had someone say is from a pinniped... I'm unsure on the mammal fossils, so some expert advice is needed... Item was purchased as follows: This Miocene fossilized dolphin jaw piece was found in eastern, North Carolina, USA. This fossil jaw piece measures approximately 3.39" from side to side. There is NO restoration or repair on this fossil.
  7. Brandy Cole

    Some teeth in jaw

    Fighting a sinus infection but made it out to the river today for a brief look. Southeast Texas gravel bar. Mostly Pleistocene, but older fossils are theoretically possible from exposures up river. Didn't find much since the river is up, but my most interesting find was this jaw fragment with some teeth intact. Since the biting surfaces are so worn, I'm having trouble with an ID. Is it possible to ID this based on tooth size/shape/location in the jaw? Or to at least narrow it down more so I can refine what type of teeth I should be comparing it to? Thank
  8. Levion

    I need help to id this jaw.

    I can't see what animal this is. It looked like oreodont at first, but it has the wrong tooth anatomy. It is the same with leptomeryx, looks like it, but wrong tooth anatomy. Can anyone help with this one? Is it many a new species? It's from the badlands in South Dakota
  9. Levion

    I need help to id this jaw.

    I have been trying to figure out what animal this jaw came from, but it doesn't match with any animal that I know of from the badlands in South Dakota. I would appreciate any identification on this jaw, if it's only the family or order.
  10. Per Christian

    Pterosaur jaw?

    Hi all, here is a pterosaur beak i saw on an auction site. It's kemkem, do peeps here think it's a beak?
  11. Mochaccino

    Mosasaur jaw

    Hello, Wondering about this specimen, listed as Eremiasaurus heterodontus 100 Million Years Old from Morocco. Jaw size is 3 inches long. Is it the right species and authentic? Thank you.
  12. Some news from Germany regarding the Tyrannosaurus rex "Tristan Otto" Poor Tristan Otto had a nasty bone disease. It was found by using a CT-based, nondestructive imaging approach. Full article: CLICK
  13. Hello! I saw a jaw fragment for sale from the kem kem beds, it's identified as crocodile. I've seen picsc of crocodile jaws before and that they have like a pitted texture, I don't see that very clearly on this one, but since this is out of my expertise I want to ask you guys who has more knowledge. Could it be something else like a spinosaurid?
  14. Here is another Mosasaur piece. Please comment, as to its qualities. What jaw positions are represented?
  15. Brandy Cole

    Another small jaw

    Small jaw found in Brazos riverbed, Southeast Texas. Looks consistent with the other Pleistocene fossils I've found in the area. Since everyone was able to help with the other jaw, I figured I'd give this one a shot. Thanks for any help!
  16. Hi everyone! This has been kind of a labor of love for me for the past few months. About a year ago I acquired a wholesale lot of 1000 Squalicorax pristodontus for use in little fossil collections I make to sell. As I was going through them I noticed the differences in shape and on a whim that turned into a labor of love thought "I'm going to see if I can make a composite jaw of this species". I checked around and couldn't find anything on a reconstructed jaw from S. pristodontus so everything is my own approximation by comparing all the teeth to each other to look for similarities
  17. This individual of the jaw segment may be not smaller than the largest indarctos oreogonensis(The huge individual of indarctos oreogonensis is shown in the 6th picture, which is a huge jaw with the length of 369mm. It’s full length of head may be longer than 55cm, much larger than any bear presents in the modern world ). For this huge bear jaw segment found in china, its depth of jaw behind the canine(Shown in the 4th photo) has a value even larger than the corresponding part of the largest indarctos oreogonensis(data’s shown in the table from the paper on the 5th photo, I had drawn a circle a
  18. Hello friends! I found this piece of Prognathodon anceps jaw for sale. Do you think is real? I appreciate your comments! Thanks
  19. This jaw fragment was found when washing clay that I brought from Carniol. Cretaceous, Aptian, Gargasian. On Reddit it was identified as Saurian and I was hoping (but doubting) a more accurate identification would be possible. Really happy with this find anyhow. more information about Carniol and my trip there
  20. FF7_Yuffie

    A "Kem Kem" jaw

    Seller says its Kem Kem. I don't think it is, because it looks like a mosasaur, but I don't think there are any Kem Kem mosasaurs. I don't think the matrix looks like Ouled Abdoun either. It looks like Goulmima to me, so am I right that it is a Tethysaurus jaw? Thanks.
  21. Gareth_

    Enchodus jaw

    Hey all This has popped up on a local auction site, I have a couple of Enchodus fangs and a caudal fin in my collection and this jaw section would be a nice addition - if it passes the scrutiny of the experts! Is it Enchodus? Can you spot any repairs? I would assume based on the very fragile nature of the jawbone this is in the original matrix? The ad doesn't have much detail - I've added the only 2 pics supplied --------------------- Enchodus partial jaw fossil from Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa. Upper Cretaceous Period - 90 Million Years Old. Jaw itsel
  22. cen003998

    Fossil croc jaw?

    I bought this a long time ago. The seller only said that it came from Morocco and was in the Cretaceous period. I guess it might be a crocodile jaw?
  23. Recently added this magnificant piece of upper Mammoth jaw from the North Sea, Netherlands. Its over 7.5 kilograms. Molar Length is about 20CM You guys got good looking upper jaws or lower jaws too? Show them
  24. Hi again! If you saw my thread from yesterday, you'll know I bought some Moroccan fossils for dirt cheap that turned out to be pretty nice. I went to the same dealer today and bought three more for the same price. I suppose I will start with the worst (most suspicious) first: I saw this vertebra and liked how it looked, so I bought it. I'm totally fine with spending $20 for a vert recreation, too, so no big deal if it's fake. What makes me suspicious is the place where it's chipped, it looked like there was paint flaking off. I guess I'm asking, how much of it is real and what is i
  25. X-fish

    Cimolichthys nepholica Jaw

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    44mm long. Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

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