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  1. Brian D

    Three mammal teeth

    A friend, Megan, found this bit of jaw bone with three teeth on the beach in northern Florida (Nassau County). I suspect it is peccary, with three roots on at least two of the teeth, but I wanted to get a more informed opinion. Thanks in advance for the help.
  2. Hello, I just had a trip to a co-workers place in Montana that I have looked at before with some good finds. It had been several years since my last visit and I was excited about possible new finds. In the sites I had found before, my dad, brother and I discovered some decent specimens. My dad did not find his Tyrannosaur tooth he wanted but he did find a couple of very nice raptor teeth. My brother found a few nice teeth but no theropod ones. As soon as we started looking, within a minute, I found a nice sized Aublysodon or Daspletosaur tooth. We looked for the day and then they h
  3. legolizard

    help me identify mammal tooth

    Just pulled this tooth out of the Neuse River in Eastern North Carolina. I have no clue what it is I'm new to this and couldn't say for certain what kind of animal it came from upon researching images of various ones. Please let me know if you can tell what it is! (Photos: 1- side length 2-other side length 3-top view 4-width 5-bottom
  4. Hi I got these teeth with some other fossil and i just dont know what they are from. They are Pleistocene I believe going of the other fossils from this area. (Indonesia, Java) Teeth numbered 1 and 2 are crocodilian, i know that much, they are clear to see and still have the serrations down either side... I am not sure if tooth 3 is also crocodilian? but maybe the surface/ details of the tooth has been polished (a real bad habbit they have over there) but teeth 4,5 & 6 are different. Their colours are very different, but again, I'm not sure. I think they have been polished al
  5. Thomas Pageau

    Identification, mammal teeth

    Hello ! For my first post I want to show you some mammal teeth. I don't have a lot of informations about them, probably from North Africa. I don't know their age but all are mineralized so not that recent. I can add the sizes if it's very necessary. Some of them are very characteristics so I hope that an ID is possible. There are I think Rhinocerotidae, maybe Camelidae and others... I'm not good with mammal, all the infos are welcome ! Thanks for your help !
  6. ThePhysicist

    Interesting mammal teeth (modern)

    Hi y'all. While visiting a local rock shop, I saw these mammal teeth in a tray labeled "shark teeth," along with actual shark teeth. I wasn't sure of what they were and decided to take them home. Their proximity to another tray of fossil cetacean teeth and their rough similarity (crown-to-root ratio) made me think they could be odontocete. Thanks for any help! @Boesse@Harry Pristis
  7. The Dude

    4 mammal teeth ID

    Hello again everyone! 4 teeth in 2 hours out of my spot in the Peace river, Florida. part of the Bone Vally formation. The first one (far left I am pretty sure its a nice horse tooth. The second (curved) could also be a horse toothbut has these 3 "ribs" (second pic) I guess you would call them that make me think it could be something else. The 3rd from the left I think another horse tooth just broken and the far right, I have no idea. Thought maybe a dolphin but I looked at pictures and the ones I seen dont have 2 roots like this one. Perhaps a mammal of some kind. Excited as always
  8. TheFossilFinn

    Manasota Key, FL mammal fossils?

    Thanks everyone for running such a great forum. Went on first fossil hunting trip in Manasota Key FL (just south of Venice beach) and got a bunch of sharks teeth including some nice slightly larger ones while diving, and was able to roughly identify them from your posts. Also have some not shark / ray teeth found washed up on the beach. I wrote down the best guess I could figure but am really unsure. Appreciate any thoughts! Thanks!
  9. Trevor

    NJ Cretaceous & Mammal Teeth

    Hello everyone, this is Trevor. I have been meaning to post this for a long time and finally got around to doing it. I would appreciate help identifying these finds. Also, stay tuned I have a trip report coming out later this week, probably Friday. What type of ammonite is this? (middle)
  10. BenWorrell

    Iowa Mammal Teeth ID

    Hello, I'm a new member to the Fossil Forum, could someone please help me ID these teeth? I found the larger, blacker tooth this morning on a sandbar of a creek in Linn County, Iowa. My wife found the smaller tooth on the same little sandbar about a year ago. I have found several bison teeth in the many other locations I have walked up and down this river, but these two have been stumping me. These are the only teeth we have found so far that still have roots intact which leads me to believe that they did not travel very far in the creek. These may or may not be from t
  11. Tidgy's Dad

    ANCESTRAL MAMMAL TEETH

    http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-41889633 Ancient mammal teeth discovered in Dorset, UK
  12. a Robot From Far Away

    Peace River Mammal Teeth

    We put in at Boat ramp near Canoe Outpost Gardner and traveled up a little bit past Limestone Creek. Found some teeth in the Peace River. That I have thus far been unable to identify. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  13. old bones

    Need Help With Ids

    I found some interesting teeth in the Rattlesnake Creek, Florida matrix that member Sacha sent to me. Mainly Miocene-Pleistocene. This matrix has proven to be very productive and has wonderful preservation. This first tooth looks to be from a small mammal, and may be recent. It has 3 roots. Does anyone recognize it? There was this item as well that looks like a bead And I really want to know what this tooth is. All help and suggestions welcome Thanks for looking.
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