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  1. SawTooth

    Creek trip 3/19/23

    I had a short trip down to a nearby creek yesterday, and though I was only there for about an hour and a half, it had to be one of my best (creek) trips this year! We retrieved our first complete meg from this creek along with two beautiful great whites.We got some very nice sand tiger teeth. We got a nice little horse tooth. And what gets me most excited is my first piece of ivory.Heres all of the days finds.
  2. Parker Brown

    Venice Diving Trip 2/25

    Hello everyone! I headed down to Venice, Florida to go diving for the day. We ended up doing really good and it was definitely worth the trip. We did three dives and i ended up with a good amount of megs/makos/himis, a few hundred small teeth, a piece of mammoth tooth, two whale ears, a whale vert, and an alligator scoot . I also got a piece of tusk that is about 3" diameter and 12" long. It is not pictured here because it is super fragile and some has already fallen off. It's currently soaking in fresh water and once it is done I will update with some photos. The large
  3. Ojnoj2

    Is this a red crag meg tooth?

    I found this tooth in an old box of fossils from an old school collection. It's unlabeled and unprovinced. The label says 'shark tooth?' Can anybody tell me if this is a British meg tooth? It certainly looks red craggy to me!
  4. Hello all! I am from Michigan but vacationing in Emerald Isle, NC right now. I fossil hunt often in Michigan but North Carolina is brand new for me. I would love to hunt somewhere off the beaten path that is fossil rich either in a creek with gravel, a quarry, or anywhere else that is not super picked over. My main goal is to find a meg but I love finding any fossils really. I am planning a day trip to GMR but if anyone would be willing to share any tips or suggestions for other places (within 2 hours of emerald isle) that are meg tooth hotspots I would greatly appreciate it. If yo
  5. Fossillfann

    Possible Meg teeth?

    I found these two teeth in Florida. They look like they could be Megalodon, but I’m having trouble identifying them. What are your thoughts??
  6. Hello everyone, I have gotten really into meg diving this last year to the point where I am driving down to Venice from Orlando twice a month to dive for teeth. I have started to look into getting black water diving and I am not really sure where to start. Does anyone have any rivers that are good for black water diving? I have heard talk that people do it in the Peace river and the St. Marys and I didn't know if that is where most people go or if there are other rivers people dive that hold a good amount of teeth. I don't want to sound like the guy who is asking for y
  7. Samson_inthepit

    Bone Valley dig sites

    Hi everyone, any recommendations for the best Bone Valley fossil digs? My goal like many others is to find Meg teeth. Ive done a couple tours on the Peace River with a guide (who will remain nameless, fairly locally famous one) and have come up empty. Ive done a lot of searching up and down the Manasota Key and Casperen area, no luck. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Shawn
  8. Bjohn170

    Quick Calvert Trip

    Got out early to kayak the cliffs yesterday and was met with almost immediate regret. The water was far rougher and a bit higher than I was expecting. I drove and hour and a half to get to the boat launch though so I wasn’t just gonna turn around. My kayak was getting tossed around enough to make me nervous but the idiot I am I powered through. Getting to the beach I was met with another obstacle, seems a lot of sand had been kicked up on the beach so there was very little shell line. Only hunting for about 2 hours before the rain was supposed to start; I got a couple nice finds with the littl
  9. Kayaked out of Plum Point/Breezy Point this morning to do so searching. Almost right away I found a nice little cow shark tooth and a big hemi, then just a little later saw a small Meg sitting right on top of the sand. Love the complete Atlas vert as well, my first in that position!
  10. Aquired a big megalodon tooth who seemed to have certain deformation/pathology to a certain extent. However, it looks like serrations has started to split off in two directions? I'm not familiar with this at all. Anyone who is more familiar with megalodon and shark teeth that can help?
  11. Greyspace

    Venice FL meg hunting

    Had a great time diving this weekend in Venice FL for shark teeth! Wondering if anyone here has dove the “meg ledge” in SC & if you think it’s worth it? I see a lot of teeth come out of that area pretty worn down.
  12. Hi everyone! Im looking for some Nice quality megalodon teeth. I don't mind the location I've got a permafrost complete rare mammoth molar for offer. As wel as a rare collection of belgian megalodon teeth
  13. I was able to meet with Daniel and his parents at a pay site on 12/3/2022, and the finds did not disappoint, at least for me. First of all, Daniel and his family were amazing folks. His parents were probably closer to my age, maybe even a bit younger, haha. That said, Daniel’s playlist was spectacular, it was late 60s and early 70s soft rock, it made the trip extra special. This was my first time to this site, and clearly a different type of finding fossils. Working for them was harder than I expected, but not too difficult. Here is are my three favorite f
  14. Okay so today I found a tooth that I’m not sure if it’s a Meg or a GW, and then an earbone (I know it’s an ear bone this time! ) that I’m not sure what it’s from. So starting with the shark tooth - the shape and size fits a GW, and the root, while slightly broken, also matches GW. However, it’s got a slight bourlette, which makes me think Meg. But I know that some GW’s have Bourlettes too. @Al Dente Any ideas? Comparison between today’s find (middle) and GW (right) and Meg (left): Now for the earbone. I know it’s mammal and not cetacean… but t
  15. Hey y'all! I'm fairly new to hunting for fossils in Florida. I've done some searching for sharks teeth in Ponte Vedra Beach and Caspersen beach. I've also taken up to looking in some of the rivers and creeks for sharks teeth. Got a couple of the Suwanee River yesterday. I was just wondering if anybody had any tips or tricks in locating some teeth. Like what kind of things am I looking for when it comes to the terrain, sediment, sand, dirt, etc? I have myself a kayak, shovel, and a sifter. Even some general locations within like 2 hours of Jax would be helpful. Cheers
  16. Hey everyone, I have been looking for more Theropod dinosaur teeth, or good marine/reptile teeth. I have the following things i can give back - 5'35 inch Ashepoo Megalodon tooth with rare bite marks. - 4'13 inch Scaldicetus sp. Tooth from Chile - 3'85 inch Megalodon tooth from Belgium. - 1'84 jnch Blue colored 'hubell' meg from May River. For any interest, please private message me.
  17. Hi just wondering what this shell might be that is in the matrix of my Indonesian (Java) Meg tooth. @IsaacTheFossilManmight have an idea?
  18. I have so many frags that can't be identified beyond Otodus sp. because they are missing the corners where a cusp would be. At this stage, I just want to find an identifiable meg, even if it's a frag. I'm not even asking for a whole one (yet)...I don't feel like that's asking too much. Anyway, I found this one today and it is broken and worn, but I don't see a cusp. There is a chip, but not a cusp. Can this be identified or is it still just an indeterminate Otodus sp.? I am including a picture of it with a (worn) angustidens that I found today also, just to show the difference.
  19. Hi Everyone! I'm willing to trade these 2 big boys from my personal collection. I'm looking for Megalodon teeth from more exotic Locations. Chile, Peru, Carribean for example. But also LC aurora and Mehherrin. Always open to other offers too. Tooth 1: Grey 6'05 from SC Small resto done to the lower sides of the restorations. Done professionally. But furthermore natural and practically perfect. Tooth 2: 6'40 coast Meg tooth from NC No restorations done. Almost half a kilo. Absolute monster.
  20. It took me a few hours to complete this video but I had a lot of fun making it. Enjoy https://youtu.be/5H1FugXcDNQ
  21. JM260676

    Megalodon repair

    I need some help. So I have a megalodon tooth that I accidentally dropped and the enamel started flaking off. I had applied some super glue and when I added some, it dripped down. I tried washing it off but it left a white crust and I was thinking about using some acetone but I think it might damage the enamel itself. What can I do.
  22. Skeetersaurus

    Trip for teeth

    Been a little while but made it out to my hole and found some goods. Would love some insight as to what the rib bone?? May be from. Enjoy and thanks for any input!! <;^><
  23. Skeetersaurus

    Potential Beast Tooth

    Found this tooth in a place where all the teeth are whiteish with lightning streaks (acidic). This "tooth" was found where several other teeth were found. E.g.. Megs, GW, and makos. All but a few show signs of sever breakdown. I included an additional pic of more teeth found there for reference. Thoughts??
  24. SawTooth

    Possible chubutensis tooth

    So I have this tooth that I found up in south Carolina earlier this year, it's an amazing tooth as far as color goes, but does have "a small" bit of corner damage. But what I am wandering about it is (as you have seen in the title) I believe it could be a chubutensis tooth. I am no expert on this kind of shark but I noticed that the remaining corner looks to have an extremely small cusp if it is one at all. if somebody can tell please let me know, thank you.
  25. Hey guys! I headed out in Venice, Florida this weekend for the first time ever and went scuba diving for shark teeth. This was my first real trip looking for shark teeth and it was an amazing time. I went for a 3 dive trip but due to weather we only got two of the three dives for the day unfortunately. Although it was cut kinda short I had an amazing trip. I found 7 full Megalodon teeth and 14 frags of Megalodon teeth. My biggest being exactly 4" which I am still ecstatic for finding. I found a handful of other miscellaneous shark teeth and honestly I could of found hundreds and hu
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