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  1. ncherip

    what shark tooth is this

    i found this in either ormond beach or daytona, florida which shark would this be from.
  2. I found this in Wisconsin and it appears to be a cluster of small fossils embedded in a black rock material which attracts a magnet. Any guesses on what this could be? Maybe Medusinites or Nimbia?
  3. Dustink-


    I’m an avid arrowhead hunter and collector - came across this tooth in north east Oklahoma - any idea -I don’t think it’s shark as it’s to round and serrated .
  4. Please don't judge me for asking too much, I'm still a newbie at this ❤️ Additional info: found at Anyer beach, Indonesia
  5. mikeyayc

    found on river bank

  6. mr fossil


    Hello! I found this rock in the desert in Saudi Arabia, it felt heavy and I measured its density to be 2.9 g/cm3. I also cut it on the edge and appeared to be iron or some metal but it doesn’t stick to a magnet. what is it?
  7. Buddhabelly


    Hi all, I have these teeth that I am trying to identify please. Thanks.
  8. stuben

    I found a tooth?

    just started rock/fossil hounding and i think i found something pretty good. rock has one large and one small looking tooth of some sort, one on each side. As well as another round creature of some sort. sorry i'm oblivious as to what these are. if anyone can give a suggestion? found in madison county ny-central area. Bigger tooth is approx. 1 1/2 inches across the top and 1 3/4 inches long. The smaller one is 1 1/4 inch across the top and 1 1/2 inches long.
  9. Rad165

    Fossil or rock?

    Please try to identify. Found on a ridge in a pasture in Northeastern Oklahoma, along with tons of brachiopods. Thank you for looking! Top Bottom
  10. Mikachu

    Any idea what these are?

    I got these out of an old house where the previous owners had died..so unfortunately I don't know anything other than that about their origin, etc. I was told that the owner had been some sort of a geological surveyor for the govt. ... or something. Anyway can't figure out what these were. Did a few searches and haven't found anything on my own. Thanks
  11. Katm

    Items found

    Hello everyone we came across some cool finds at the old hunstanton beach uk one looks like a tooth or claw (could be a rock or flint) the other is an impression on what I think may be wood (it’s very lightweight) IMG_0430.MOV
  12. Visero

    Turtle Head Fossil

    This was found near a low creek bed in South-West Montana.
  13. Visero

    any info would be wonderful!

    This was recovered near a gold mine in western Montana. I have absolutely no idea what it is. any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  14. mdlock

    Inherited #2 teeth?

    help identify
  15. In the late 1950's my Dad was working for the Boy Scouts of America professionally out of Alexandria, Louisiana. One of his volunteer leaders north of Alexandria was a collector of Native American artifacts, and while looking for artifacts, stumbled upon a large lower jawbone near a sandy steep nearby hillside overlooking a river. He gave my Dad the jawbone and told where he found it. We as a family went to the site and found numerous large "sharks teeth", and petrified sea shells. Dad later became friends with a oil drilling crew foreman, who gave Dad two what appears to be
  16. Olistip


    Can anyone give me an explanation of what these fossils are
  17. Rara

    Please help

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/bze5UrEDs6gxf4GKA I need help with identification thx I found these at blue river in raytown mo my pics wont go through o 8 included a link to them
  18. antonis

    Is it real fossil or just a rock

    I have found this and i would like to know if it's a real fossil or just a rock.
  19. Dear forummembers, In my collection are two old Krantz Squalicorax pristodontus fossils, and with their old labels and old box they sure look quite interesting. I was wondering who else has old fossils from Krantz, maybe it would be nice to see other old Krantz fossils in their original boxes and with their old labels. There is also a catch to this however. The one on the right mentions it is from Ciply and is No.50, but there is no number to be found and the matrix tells us it is acutally from the Nekum Mbr of the Aachen-Maastricht-Liège area, and not the Mons bas
  20. Jackmandu

    Nice petrified wood find

    Found this nice little piece while rock hounding last weekend...just wanted to share...
  21. britishcanuk


    A friend found this in his grandpas attic and was wondering what it could be. Any thoughts?
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