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  1. Hey all, Noticed there was not much info on these here on the forum or online in general. All of these have been found washed in from the tide of New Jersey's Ocean City. From what I could find these belong to Sea Robins and are part of their skull. The larger and more complete one shows more in detail how this would have looked on the actual fish. If anyone has more information as to what potentially the age may be it would be much appreciated! From what I have read based on seashells, the black coloring is due to being trapped in the sand for high periods of time, I would assume the sam
  2. So I found my first tooth on the beach two days ago... I went back to the general area today after rain and tide went out and found a almost 2” Great White tooth! Thinking this was dredged sand that was pushed around with the past nor’easter! Never find teeth here! Can anyone put an age on it, found other small teeth as well...
  3. Bob-ay

    Mammal Tooth

    Interesting mammal tooth found scanning a Monmouth County NJ stream today. Can anyone help identify? Old or new? Cretaceous stream
  4. Bob-ay

    Monster Crab Claw?

    I found what I believe is pretty big piece of Crab claw or at least the biggest one I have or seen from NJ. Anyone else assist.. On top of this my find of the day was a monster Goblin tooth just shy of 2”
  5. This weekends quick trip yielded a possible 3rd arrow head from the area as well as my best fish teeth to date. Nice chunk of bone with 4 teeth intact!
  6. Found a nice tooth that need help to ID. It’s 1.49 long. Crazy colors for the teeth I find here Also found my first “nibbling” tooth of a Sclerodermind Fish Both found in a spot I haven’t hit in awhile!
  7. I have hunted the Shark River, NJ quite a few times and never really found the best quality of teeth or fossils. Very hard terrain to search...Yesterday we went out for 3 hours and had the best trip yet. We were surface scanning only, no sifting.. A few nice size SandTiger Teeth plus a few others not pictured
  8. Bob-ay

    Enchodus Tooth?

    Found what I believe is a Enchodus Fish tooth? Can anyone help identify or confirm. Has enamel and bone still attached. Was found in New Jersey, Cretaceous period.
  9. Vernalequinox

    Big Brook NJ Haul

    My family and I made the trek to Big Brook in Monmouth County, NJ today, and we found some new-to-us stuff! The shark cartilage/skin (or maybe it is some sort of fish scales?) is pretty cool. The pycnodont teeth are pretty awesome, too!
  10. ceklund

    big Brook Find little Jaw?

    I was in Big Brook July 6 and found this little gem, not sure what I am looking at and would love some help. 00F61191-9B5D-4B31-9F9B-719578AC5009.heic
  11. A. Attanasio

    Tooth, claw, or something else?

    I need help with an ID. I am very new to this hunting and could use any help. I got both of these from Big Brook in Colts Neck, New Jersey. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  12. A. Attanasio

    What is it?

    I need help with an ID. I am very new to this hunting and could use any help. I got both of these from Big Brook in Colts Neck, New Jersey. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  13. SarahtheIchthyornis

    bone or tooth fragment? Homdel NJ

    (photos taken under dissecting microscope, the distance between two blue lines is once cm.) Hi! my guess for this fossil is that it is a very small bone fragment (probably mammalian), but due to the prevalence of fish and reptile teeth in the stream where I was collecting, I also acknowledge the possibility that it is an oddly broken tooth (probably shark). Does anyone have an opinion on this striated fragment?
  14. Chuckd124

    Any idea what this is? hoof?

    Hi everyone, I was hoping someone could identify this or tell me if its something interesting. I was digging a bush out of my yard and hit it with a shovel, sounded much different than a rock so I washed it off. It was found in clay but this soil/ clay mix was brought in by a truck from somewhere after the house was built to level the backyard. I thought it was a very unusual piece to be found in the yard. Any ideas? Let me know if any other pictures would help. Thanks Chuck
  15. Here are some fossils I found while sifting and scavenging the Brooks of New Jersey. The fossils here are either found at Big Brook or Ramanessin Brook and from the Cretaceous period. This one found recently at Big Brook after hurricane Dorian.
  16. Vtkrista

    Bones found South New Jersey

    Hi all! I'm just curious is anyone has an idea what animal this is. It was found in my backyard which is wooded with oaks and pines. Location is South New Jersey. It's a pretty heavily wooded area. I'm thinking maybe a fox? I also found near the bones a black feather which may have come from a crow or vulture. Thanks everyone!
  17. Deweythekenyan

    Is this a foot, claw, or fin

    I went out to Ram brook in New Jersey yesterday and came acrossed this little fossil. But not sure what it is.
  18. non-remanié

    A few NJ Cretaceous trips

    Here's a good assortment of my finds from 3 trips into the late Cretaceous of New Jersey earlier this spring. It's a mix of Wenonah and Navesink formation fossils from the late Campanian. The best finds were 2 pretty nice hadrosaur teeth for NJ but there's a good variety of material including a shamer broken plesiosaur tooth, small mosasaur tooth, a nice Ischyodus (ratfish) palatine mouth plate, a few sharks teeth (mostly Scapanorhynchus and Squalicorax) and more. There's even 2 small pieces of heteromorphic ammonite in there, Nostoceras hyatti and Didymoceras. Let me know if you'd lik
  19. Hey everyone! I teach a paleontology class and I'd like to lead a fossil collecting class trip to Ramanessin Brook in New Jersey. Since I'm bringing a group that's more than 15 students would I need to obtain a permit? I know this is the case for Big Brook. Thanks for your help!
  20. Shellseeker

    New Jersey Scute

    I have a request and hopefully TFF experts can pay it off...In my email today, I friend , who would like to be a fossil hunter, asked So , if I picked this up in the Peace River , Florida , I would say that this is a foot pad, and one odd looking fossil at that....Interested in whether any TFF members have been to Big Brook, NJ and saw anything that resembles this one. Thanks Jack
  21. sharktoothboy

    New Jersey Vertebra

    Hey everyone, I found this vert today at ramanessin brook. This site has mostly cretaceous marine fossils but sometimes dinosaur material is found. This vert is very heavy and solid. I'm thinking it's plesiosaur but I'm not 100 percent sure. There is one large hole on the bottom of the vert. One cool thing about this specimen is that there is a bite mark that can be seen in the last picture. I'd love to hear what you all think this is. Thanks!
  22. vasili1017

    NJ Cretaceous skin?

    Any ideas on this piece? Almost looks like skin of some sort. Found in Ramanessin this past weekend. Thank you
  23. vasili1017

    NJ Cretaceous Specimens

    I need help identifying these three specimens found at Ramanessin Brook. 1. The cutting edge and root lead me to believe it's a mosasaur tooth. 0.5in long 2. A worn mosasaur or enchodus tooth fragment? 0.75in long 3. Bone. 1.25in long Thank you
  24. vasili1017

    Native American Artifact?

    Ok so obviously this isn't a fossil but I'm hoping someone can help me out. I found this in South Harrison Township, NJ. I know artifacts are commonly found in the area and I think I finally got one. Can anyone ID this piece? Or at least confirm if it is indeed an artifact?
  25. sharktoothboy

    Ramanessin finds

    This is what I found on my last 2 trips to ramanessin brook in New Jersey. On each trip I came away with a good amount of teeth and other fossils. I found some nice size goblins, a couple big squaicorax, a croc scute and quite a few enchodus teeth and jaw pieces. My most interesting find out of the two trips is what I believe is half of a huge mosasaur root. It has a tiny bit of enamel where the crown would've been.
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