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  1. I found this fossil in central NJ, Big Brook river. I am quite certain it is a mammal tooth, but I have absolutely no idea which mammal, how old it is or if its modern. Just need a little expert help or experience. The fossil is about the size of my finger nail. Thanks Ian
  2. Hi! Can't believe it's been five years since my last post on this forum! My husband found this interesting object while digging in Troy, NY (it snapped in half when he was cleaning it). Could it be a fossilized mammal's tooth? Thanks!
  3. Finding Florida

    What type of tooth is this

    Found in the Peace River, the ripples in the enamel along with the width and length are off to me it's too short and wide to be horses from what I've seen.
  4. Finding Florida

    What type of tooth is this?

    Found in the Peace River need help with identification
  5. Thomas1982

    Two from the Peace River

    My dad sent me some pictures of Peace River fossils that he would like to have identified. I am unsure about either - the mammal tooth might be partial camel, but that's just a guess. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  6. hemipristis

    Indonesian mammal tooth ID requested

    hi all, I purchased a handful of Pliocene shark teeth from Indonesia recently, and the seller included the attached tooth. I'm assuming that it is mammal incisor?. The fauna includes both marine and terrestrial mammal teeth. The enamel preservation is consistent with stegodont and hippo teeth that I have purchased from him. The scale is in cm. Any ideas?
  7. Pterosaur

    Peace River Canine

    Hey there! I was visiting the Peace River this year for my bday with my husband, and we came across some awesome fossil hunters. We’d never hunted the Peace, and were totally unprepared. Fortunately, the group we stumbled upon were super nice. They had sifters to spare and beers to share. They not only made my birthday, but also gave me this tooth. I can tell it’s a canine, but not sure what it’s from. Any thoughts? Tooth is just shy of 3/4”. Thanks very much!! Lauren
  8. garyc

    Mammal tooth

    Here’s a tooth from the Brazos River in Texas. I can’t tell how complete it is. It seems different than bos/bison and deer. I have no experience with pronghorn material , but I’m wondering if it’s a possibility
  9. Hey ya'll Some finds from a last Sunday. The tooth was found buried in gravel, and was the one result from 2 hours combing a single gravel bar. The day before, that same spot, was extremely productive, funnily enough. That's just how it goes The mammal tooth is small, and may very well be modern, but teeth from various Pleistocene fauna have been found around here that were still white. Just thought it was worth checking. Also, the I'm thinking the rudist piece might be Durania austinensis, based on an ID I got on a similar, larger rudist piece before. Tho
  10. 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
  11. Hello all, Was hoping for some help identifying some recent finds from the Charlie Creek in the Peace River of Florida. I'm still a novice with ID'ing so I was hoping for some guidance as to where I I went right and wrong. I believe they are, in order: a worn cetacean tooth, turtle nuchal scute, a fragment of stingray barb. The last set I am unsure of. Perhaps some bird clavicles? Thanks for any help you can give, Al
  12. LynH

    Small carnivore tooth?

    Small, sharp curved point, groove along one side, cross section would be flattened, not round, tooth found in Peace River, Florida. Approximately 1 inch long, 5/16” wide at root, 3/16” thick at root. ID assistance appreciated.
  13. Jared C

    Suspect Bison tooth, Austin

    Hey ya'll Recently I made a trip to a creek in Austin that I'd been to once before when it produced two Bison molars as well as a piece of Columbian Mammoth enamel (thanks for those ID's btw!) After the snow melted I hit two spots really hard in hopes of shark teeth - no success, but in the same general area I found the mammal teeth last time, I found what I believe to be another bison tooth. Since it isn't fossilized though (I think), it may also just be a recent deer tooth. It's a different tooth compared to the others I've found, so I'd just like to check on an Id. B
  14. Ancient Bones

    Mammal tooth for ID

    Is this molar found in Peace River gravel matrix from a raccoon? After looking at a lot of pictures, it looks like a lower tooth, an m-2. Is this correct? @Harry Pristis Thanks for looking.
  15. PrehistoricWonders

    Unidentified molar

    Hi, I was wondering if you could identify this for me and if it’s a fossil? found on the Peace River.
  16. HuntingtownHunter

    Mammal tooth?

    Hello everyone! New member, just joined today. Great to be here! I live in Huntingtown, Maryland in Calvert County. Lots of Meg teeth and Miocene era fossils. Was trying to get some help identifying these mammal teeth. I found them on the Patuxent River right up from where I live on an embankment that backs up to a cliff. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Have been told Camel but not sure.
  17. turtlesteve

    Incisor from Sarasota FL - deer?

    My 5 year old son found this tooth at a land site outside of Sarasota. Guessing incisor - maybe deer or is it something else?
  18. sharko69

    Canid Tooth

    I found this tooth while looking for fossil crabs in Galveston this week. It is 5/8’’ across. Looks to be from a canid of some sort but not sure what. Looks large for a coyote.
  19. We went beachcombing at McFaddin Beach near Sabine Pass, Texas yesterday and found some interesting bones as well as a mammal tooth yesterday. I am aware that most of these are likely not fossils but I was still wondering if someone can still tell me what they are.
  20. belemniten

    Mammal tooth id

    Hi guys, I found this mammal tooth a while ago at the Zandmotor near Den Haag in the Netherlands. You can find there fossils from the Quaternary period. The tooth is about 2 cm long and the crown is quite damaged. Looks a bit like a very small woolly rhino tooth but I am really not sure. Can anybody help me? Maybe @Harry Pristis or @LordTrilobite ? Here is the tooth:
  21. Kmprice

    Need help with mammal tooth

    My family are new to fossils and have been combing the beaches of Myrtle Beach. I have a few things that we found that I'm not sure of what it may be. I know this is some sort of mammal tooth but can anyone help me on identification?
  22. michaelzzz

    NSR fossil ID

    Found some fossils from North Sulphur River in Texas. They are pretty beat-up. Any idea what they are? 1-1 Mosasaurus bone? It doesn't look like vertebra to me..... 1-2 back view 1-3 top view 1-4 bottom view 2-1 some kind mammal tooth? 3-1 sawfish tooth? few other teeth, bone and vertebrates from the trip
  23. I found this tooth at North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina last week and I have no idea what species to which it belongs. Any help would be appreciated in figuring out what it is. Thanks!
  24. beachcomber

    Mammal tooth of some sort

    I would appreciate any help with an id for the tooth I found while on a peace river dig. I haven’t been able to find anything that looks close and thought someone at sometime might have come across something similar. Thanks in advance,
  25. WhodamanHD

    Hypslodont mammal tooth

    First off, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Went on a hunt at brownies beach (Miocene, Calvert FM, zone 4?) and it is official, the bay has iced on its shores, that’s the end of winter hunting season I guess. No idea how many epic teeth I must’ve missed because of it. Super cold Because of this finds were limited, top three finds include symphyseal hemi (tiny) and half a shark vert. The third? This Mammal tooth, I’m guessing small rodent? Sorry for bad pictures, I’ll try for better ones tomorrow. Can’t find my ruler, but this things tiny, around 1 cm.
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