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  1. Alex BC

    Teeny Tiny Pelvis Bone?

    Howdy everyone! I found this on a beach in South Carolina and obviously I have no idea what this little guy is, but it looks like a miniature pelvis haha! If anyone has an idea as to what this is, I'd love to get an expert's opinion! Thanks in advance for any help!
  2. PSchleis

    Need Scute identification

    Found on Myrtle Beach, January 2023. I haven't found many scutes and I can't find anything on the Internet to help with this one. Any idea what this one comes from? Thanks! Paula
  3. Alex BC

    Whale Rib Piece? (Or tooth?)

    Hello there everyone! I found this in North Myrtle Beach, any ideas as to what it is? Thanks in advance for any information!
  4. Hello there everyone! I found these in North Myrtle Beach, I think these are partial turtle shell fragments but would love a second opinion. Thanks in advance for any information!
  5. Alex BC

    Rock or fossil! You be the judge

    Hello there! Found this in North Myrtle beach and can't quite put my finger on what it could be. Interesting pieces once you look closely, I'd love anyone's take on this! Thanks in advance for any information.
  6. Hello all! I found this partial tooth fossil on the beach and was wondering if anyone could help me identify what it is properly? I did some loose research and it resembles a few images of ichthyosaur teeth. Just a thought but I'd love to hear other perspectives! (Thanks again!)
  7. Alex BC

    Possible Fossilized Crab Claw?

    Hello everyone! Got this interesting find from Myrtle Beach that I could use some expert opinions identifying. Any and all help is greatly appreciated and thanks in advance! I think it might be a small fractured crab claw.
  8. These were all found on Myrtle Beach over the last few months and I was just wondering what they were (obviously). They look like fragments of turtle shell but I'm not completely sure. I realize I should've used a lighter more even-colored lighting/background, but I hope these pictures will suffice. Thanks for any input. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
  9. Alex BC

    South Carolina (Possible) Fossil haul!

    Hello everyone! I'm just reposting this single 'fossil'(?) as it was grouped into a different topic where it remained identified. Any help with information would be greatly appreciated! (Thanks again for those who have already posted on that original topic)
  10. Rklawing

    Sea Biscuit Fossil ID?

    Hi! I am hoping someone could help ID and date this sea biscuit that I found last week at the northern end of Myrtle Beach, SC. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
  11. PaleoGremlin

    Myrtle Beach Fossil Ids

    Hello everyone, A couple years ago I decided to try fossil hunting for the first time at Myrtle Beach, SC after learning about it from a fossil hunter I met while there. I found some interesting things during the week there, mostly in tide pools that formed later in the day, around 5-6 pm I think. There are a few I could tell were fossils, but the rest I am not sure about so I wanted to see if anyone could help give me an idea of what I might've found. There is a fossil dig site in my state not too far from where I live, so I might take them there as well for identification if they allow
  12. Fossil68478


    Found this in Myrtle Beach. Thought this was a rock at first, but resembled too much like a tooth. Also, I unfortunately don’t have a tape measure or scale with me.
  13. ParkExplorer

    What type of shark?

    Can anyone ID this fossilized partial shark tooth for me? It was found in Myrtle Beach, SC. I’m usually pretty good at identifying them; however, this is just the tip as the rest of the tooth and the root is gone. The serrated edges (if any) look really worn out too - so this thing is old! Looks like it would’ve been a decent size too. I took a photo from above too as the tooth also looks thick.
  14. Deb RL

    Tiny Dino bone?

    Last week we picked up this tiny gem of a bone. Could it possible be a dinosaur bone? It was found in Myrtle Beach, SC.
  15. Found this piece of fossilized wood on Myrtle Beach 4 years ago. Reminds me of bamboo. It’s 7 inches long. Wondering if anybody knows their plant life well enough to identify it. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Typically cretaceous or pleistocene era. Ped Dee formation. Thanks!
  16. PSchleis

    Turtle shell or scute?

    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 2022. Initially thought this was a turtle shell but the interesting texture on the underside reminds me of scute. Ideas? it’s 1 1/2 inches long and about an inch wide.
  17. PSchleis

    Tooth of some kind?

    Just a little fragment, but I’m curious. Found Myrtle Beach, 2022. Seems to have an enamel exterior. Thanks!
  18. PSchleis

    Tooth of some kind?

    Myrtle Beach, 2022 I posted this under a different title and some believed it was bone. Now that I look at it longer I’m wondering if it’s a fragment of a mosasaur tooth. Any experts out there? I apologize for the double post but afraid the old post would get lost. The item is curved. The front has much more of an enamel sheen the typical bone I pick up. The striations at the top are reminding me of a mosasaur fragment I found on this beach a couple years ago. Thanks!
  19. Another first for me. Whatever it is it seems to be complete. I thought maybe some kind of bone but there is a very enamel like sheen on both sides of it. Sort of an hourglass figure to it. About an inch and a half long. Myrtle Beach, 2022. ideas? thanks!
  20. PSchleis

    Round disc with a pinched middle

    A new one for me. No idea. Very thin disc. Only distinctive thing is that nipple-like feature in the middle. Myrtle Beach, 2022. About half an inch across. Thanks!
  21. Myrtle Beach, 2022 Looks interesting but no idea what it could possibly be. Thanks!
  22. Myrtle beach, 2022 2 inches long. I don’t usually try to identify bone that I pick up since they are just fragments. But this piece has a very clear channel running through it. It’s hard to photograph that channel well but it’s in the first photo. The channel runs the entire length of the piece then fades out toward the end. Including pictures of both sides and from the thick end on. Is this piece recognizable to anyone? Thank you!
  23. Myrtle Beach, 2022 no idea what this is. When I flip it over the concave on the other side reminds me of some neurocranium pieces I have seen. But the top isn’t familiar to me at all. I might even think tooth but doesn’t quite have the sheen of enamel. Thank you!
  24. PSchleis

    Weird oval tooth?

    Myrtle Beach, 2022 this piece has a very shiny top like enamel. Reminds me of the very type of enamel I find on drum fish teeth. The underside seems to have a defined opening. I am including a photo of the side showing how the enamel meets the dull gray side. this piece is 1 inch long. thanks! Paula
  25. Found on Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, January 2022 Doesn't look like any turtle shell I've found before. Pretty lacy pattern on the front. The back side of it is very symmetrical, as if whatever this thing was, this is the whole part of it (or at least it is worn down evenly to show it is the center of whatever the whole part of it was.) Very thin though it comes to a peak at the top, middle. Thanks for your help! Paula
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