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  1. Jurassicz1

    Jaw Kem Kem

    Hi! I got this type of jaw from the Kem Kem Beds of Morocco. I was thinking some type of fish? Hope somebody has an idea of what it can be. Regards
  2. Hello to everybody! I'm kinda new here, but before I start I must say I really love this forum! It has really great vibes and you instantly can tell that this is a good and friendly community! So, I am ziggycardon, I live in Belgium, close to the border of the Netherlands and when we start speaking geologically, I live on the same cretaceous sediments as where the first major Mosasaurus discoveries where done! Unfortunatly I have never been on a fossil hunt myself and everything currently in my collection was bought or given to me. But I hope to change that soon, as I am dyi
  3. 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?
  4. So I've recently decided to look a bit on D.agilis material that has been described, without much luck. I was curious if anyone could share any material they knew of that could belong to it(or broadly Noasauridae),except questionably referred teeth.
  5. Hi! Is this real? It says its lepidotes fish from Kem Kem Beds, Morocco Upper Cretaceous Regards
  6. Hi everyone! Recently my institute just bought a bunch of fish tooth from Morocco. We offer it those photo and when we received the box, almost the tooth have been glued and cracked. The seller didn’t explain the situation of the goods. So this condition happened as commonly with these kind of fossil or better there are many have better condition? Is that nature broken we they taken fossil in the matrix at the field? Please help me with this case. follow are photos
  7. A couple of weeks ago, I acquired a gorgeous fish and mosasaur association, from a seller on the web. It hails from the Cretaceous of Khouribga, Morocco, unprepped, just split out of the rock! Here's the fossil in question! Ignore the mess in the background... Can you believe this thing is 70.6 - 66 million years old!? Look at the sheer awesome preservation on that fish spine; absolutely stunning! So, story time. The tooth is from the species "Mosasaurus beaugei", a pretty large mosasaurine. Here's a nice image (or, 2 images...) of the size o
  8. Are these Sauropod teeth real? They are from the Kem Kem Beds, Morocco If so are they restored? Repaired?
  9. I have had these fossils for awhile now. A sawfish onchopristis and a shark dorsal fin spine. Are they good quality? Any restorations?
  10. I have thought about buying this sawfish rostrum from the Cretaceous Kem Kem Beds in Morocco. Is it real? Does it have any restoration?
  11. Hi, My name is Satoshi. I want to study Spinosaurus fossils. I think this fossil is not fake and high quality.But,very little. What do you think, guys? Please help. Thank you very much.
  12. Hello! I am very new to the forum but I have used it previously (by reading existing discussions) in order to help me learn about and identify a few other fossils. Recently I was able to purchase a crocodile skull from a person who looked to be an antique seller. They had a few other fossils listed as well, which lead me to believe they may of gotten their hands on an older collection. The partial skull arrived today, it is the top half judging by the structure and the fact that you can see the start of the orbitals. It has teeth, but they are either broken or at least for one tooth at the ve
  13. Hi all, here is a spinosaur rooted tooth with a strange cavity sort of thing at the bottom of the partial root. Does anyone know if it's a hike for a new tooth? Or is it just some kind of damage It's from the kemkem, 7.5 cm long
  14. Hi all, here is a rooted carcharadontosaurus premax that i can't tell if it's restored or not. What do people here think?
  15. Is it really from Carcharodontosaurus or some other theropod? Information I got with it, Carcharodontosaurus saharicus Kem Kem Beds, Morocco
  16. Praefectus

    Giant Kem Kem vertebrae

    Hello. I was wondering if someone could identify this vertebrae. It originates from the Kem Kem Basin of Morocco. I don't have much else information on it. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  17. This is a spinosaur tooth from Kem Kem Formation, Morocco. I obtained this from online. It is a large tooth, with length of 3.5" , and seems like broken into several pieces and repaired. I don't see any restoration in near-root area. Very white, clean. broken tip, which is very common for spinosaur tooth. Sadly, it broke into two pieces. The tooth is more fragile than I thought...
  18. I cant see any sign of composite or fake with my eyes… but I just want to make sure. This is from KemKem and 3-1/2 inches… it is a very clean tooth
  19. Jurassicz1

    Unknown fossils from morocco

    So I got these when i was like 9 at a gift shop. I think these are from morocco either from khouribga or kem kem. Does anyone know what these fossils are? Picture 1picture 2picture 3
  20. Self-taught

    KemKem Basin Dinosaur Vertebra.

    Hello everyone, I am trying to identify a dinosaur vertebra that comes from the KemKem basins in Morocco. Can you help me ?
  21. Per Christian

    Pterosaur tooth with root

    Hello all, Here is a rooted pterosaur tooth from the kemkem. It's 6.5 cm long and is from the Kemkem. Does anyone know if an exact species can be determined for this tooth?
  22. Hi . I got some rooted teeth. I heard they are harder to find because it means the dinosaur died. So are these good Thanks
  23. Hello everybody ok, its a little clickbaity, because I'm not talking about a scientific article, as I'm just a random amateur with no scientific background. But I had the chance to publish an article in the most important german fossil magazine, the Steinkern, with around a circulation of 1,500 With good content everybody can write an article there, from amateurs like me to professional paleontologists. It mainly focues on german fossils, like Amonites and other Marine fossils, but is open to all fossil fields. Just use this link to scroll through some magazine
  24. Haravex

    Kem kem id part iv

    The first one is somthing I cant assign to a family, the closest is this example of therizinosaurid
  25. I have heard about the recent discovery of a new species of airborne dinosaurs in the KemKem and was wondering whether the scientists said something about the teeth of this species. Perhaps it is now possible to shed some light onto some Ornitocheirid teeth from the formation... Unfortunately I cannot access the paper. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0195667120303293 Has anybody the complete paper on this species or knows any details? Thanks in advance!
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