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  1. Cambjm06

    Sharks tooth ID

    Found this tooth yesterday while creek walking. It was at the base of an eroding bank and stuck in the sediment. This is my second sharks tooth out of this spot, first was a crestaceous goblin shark. Not sure what this one is. Travis county Texas
  2. Fossilnoodlechamp

    Just bone frags?

    Hello everyone was wonder if these are just bone frags? Ne florida hawthorn formation. Thanks much
  3. Fossilnoodlechamp

    Florida fossil tooth partial?

    Hello everyone was wonder if this was a tooth partial or just bone frag? Ne florida hawthorn formation. Thanks much
  4. Fossilnoodlechamp

    Florida fossil Id help

    Hello everyone ! Ne. Florida find out of the Hawthorn formation. Is this a osteoderm?
  5. Fossilnoodlechamp

    Florida fossil Id help

    Hello is this just a section of rib or something else? Hawthorn formation north east Florida. Thanks much
  6. Fossilnoodlechamp

    Tooth id help florida.

    Hello is this a pygmy sperm whale tooth? Also investing in a caliper and better camera for better clarity and scale, kinda handicap at the moment. This was found in northeast florida out of the hawthorn formation.
  7. Recently I bought some fossilized shark teeth from sukabumi, indonesia. There are plenty of bulls, dusky, lemons, big hemis and tigers and a lot of giant megalodon, but why are there so few great white shark teeth, and why hastalis almost never seen? Is it because hastalis are extinct at that time? And is it because the great white shark failed to compete with the megalodon in that place?
  8. Fossilnoodlechamp

    Claw and tusk florida hawthorn formation

    Ne florida finds looks like a tusk and turtle claw core?
  9. Fossilnoodlechamp

    3 toed horse incisor or deer incisor?

    This tooth was found in northeast in a spring fed creek. It is very sticky and I believe it is fossilized. I don't have a way to take scaled pics at the moment. I promise not to bug yall with my posts for awhile.
  10. Fossilnoodlechamp

    Please help ID these fossils from Florida

    Found in alachua county florida. Please help me id this piece.
  11. Lucid_Bot

    Peace River Odds and Ends

    Just looking over some of my finds from my Florida trip. Not quite sure which are fossils and which are just stones. All help is appreciated. All were found in the Peace River. First specimen: pics 1-3; second: pics 4-6; third: pics 7 & 8; fourth: 9 & 10; fifth: 11 & 12.
  12. Hello, a nice discovery today, this 4 cm stingray barb found in zanclean from the South of France This is the first time I have found this kind of fossil. Is it possible to determine the exact name of the animal? Thanks in advance
  13. Shellseeker

    Corals

    I was out hunting the Peace River yesterday, and then went to my local fossil club meeting, last of the season doing a swap & sell, show and tell session. There were some impressive finds this season. I did not get a lot of photos but the TFF member sitting at my table had these: Matched pair of Mastodon 8 humpers. That's a great find. I always sign up for the Club Raffle, which has a lot of items donated by club members and I won. Went to the fossil table and selected this ziplock bag of coral fragments: I recognize that Rose Coral (Manicina areolata) and w
  14. fossilhuntr1

    Florida Pliocene Gastropods

    Anybody know what these are?
  15. Anyone know the species or genus of these?
  16. fossilhuntr1

    Florida Pliocene Gastropod

    Anyone know what this is?
  17. Shellseeker

    Peace River hunt, May 2nd.

    Out today. Regular hunting partner called yesterday and wanted to go back to a spot where we had found medium to large Tigers, Duskys, and Hemis. The river was up a little bit from Saturday rains, just the way I like it. That spot had been heavily dug since the last time we were there. It happens. We were finding 20% of what it used to produce and after 90 minutes reluctantly moved upstream. One of us would find productive gravel and call the other to the new spot. Turns out I was the one to find productive gravel. Then something uncommon but not unusual occurred. I continued to
  18. Hey gang, still going thru old fragments and found this piece that I'm wondering about. Hope there is enough to confirm crocodilan due to the small elongated pits/foramen and maybe rule out any sea turtle jaw/dentary/skull possibilities. Shell pile find. Probably Plio-Pleistocene based on the types of shells found with it. Its approximately 8cm long X 1.7mm wide. It has a small channel/groove along its length that tapers to down to almost 1mm. Also shows a large foramen? that connects to this channel/groove/foramen? thru the flatter side of the bone. Its got many distinctive elong
  19. Ben Daniels

    Large Whale Jawbone

    Hi All, I've received this piece of baleen whale jawbone (measuring 57cm/22.4 inches) however upon purchase there wasn't information available on possible species or even the formation it was found. The only information provided was that this was a partial whale jaw from the Pliocene from Florida. when contacting the seller I've found that the individual who collected this specimen was out megalodon tooth hunting in a river system on the east side of Florida. I hope that is enough information to give a rough idea which formation this fossils is from as I know the megalodon tooth hunting c
  20. Mahnmut

    thalassocnus

    From the album: Skeleton models

    Thalassocnus, swimming sloth, Mio-Pliocene of Chile Model modified from the commercially bought Geoworld Megatherium

    © Jan Frost

  21. Mahnmut

    Thylacosmilus, Thylacoleo

    From the album: Skeleton models

    Pliocen South America modified Smilodon skeleton from Geoworld

    © Jan Frost

  22. Mahnmut

    chalicotherium

    From the album: Skeleton models

    Pliocene of Eurasia, digitally modelled, own 3d-print

    © Jan Frost

  23. Collected these in North Carolina this weekend. Angel shark vertebra w/ fossilized cartilage, fish skull cap, mosasaur tooth, soft shell turtle fragment, worn Otodus tooth, goblin shark teeth, crow shark tooth, bull shark tooth, and not sure what the smallest shark tooth is. These come from a mix of Cretaceous Tarheel and PeeDee formations and Pliocene Yorktown formation.
  24. Skull-yRose

    Found Skull encased in rock!

    I' m a local photographer in Flagler Beach, FL. I frequent a local beach almost daily. I have come across quite an interesting find. Currently due to stormy weather causing rough waves and some higher than normal tides the rocks have been sliding down into the ocean and breaking apart. Well a wonderful treasure was exposed in one of the rocks. A skull. There is also a tooth and what looks to be bone vertebrate. I am in the process of excavating currently but would love to know who this skull belongs to. Any help is appreciated!!
  25. ChristinaG

    Tooth or claw

    Hello and thank you all in advance for your time. Found this while walking on a beach looking for shark teeth. Does anyone have any ideas of what it might be?
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