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  1. I found this spinosaurus tooth online. It seems to have a mostly complete root. However, it does look like it has been repaired, and there might be some restoration, but I can't tell. Thanks for any help. The tooth also appears to have some striations along the carina.
  2. Nanotyrannus35


    From the album: Nanotyrannus35's Dinosaur Teeth

    Partially rooted Edmontosaurus tooth. Lance fm, Weston County, WY
  3. DardS8Br

    Sigil, the Spinosaur tooth

    From the album: Dard’s fossil purchases

    Rooted Spinosaur(us) tooth from Kem Kem Beds. Measures 5.55in in length
  4. DDMenzel

    What is this?

    Found near Glen Rose, Texas and was pulled out of a limestone quarry. Completely petrified. Help me identify this relic please.
  5. Hi guys, Been going through other teeth online other than sucho teeth as well and found this carch tooth with root. Personally, looks alright but would like some expert opinions on this specimen as well please. Thanks!
  6. TeethCollector

    Labial side and Lingual side?

    I have a rooted Carcharodontosaurus indet tooth and trying to determine which part is lingual and labial. I know I can determine lingual side and labial side by using the curvature of mesial and distal, but this tooth is kinda confusing... Thanks Mesial distal One side with groove Another side without the groove Crown
  7. How do you think about the rooted Carcharodontosaurus tooth? My personal opinion is, the crown seems repaired a lot, but the connection between the crown, I can see the groove for a new tooth. How's your opinion? Thank you
  8. heZZ

    Nice tooth?

    Is this a good tooth or does it have any restoration, something wrong abou it? Hell Creek Formation, Jordan, Montana.
  9. HOLDER2316

    Who's mouth do I belong in?

    My dad collection of Indian artifacts Crystal's and all kinds of other things was passed to me when he passed. And there was this tooth I been tryin to find out what animal it belongs to and I was lead to this site. I know it's a molar and by what Google says it's a mammals. Can someone help me find what mammal it is?
  10. Reebs

    Huge gator tooth?!

    Hello friends, I recently found this tooth that has some gator looking characteristics, but the size absolutely dwarfs every other gator tooth in my collection. My mind was absolutely blown when I found this thing. It was found in Bradenton, Fl. It’s about 2.5” long and 1” wide and the widest point. It’s in poor condition but from the enamel and hole inside Im thinking its def. a tooth. It’s hollow from about the halfway point up. What is this monster tooth!? I think the site is part of hawthorn group Arcadia formation Oligocene/Miocene but do not quote me on that part, still tr
  11. Hello everybody Another of these topics, but here we go ^^" I already looked up several topics on this forum about this topic and just tried to get as much examples as posible. Just to get into this big field of Mosasaurus teeth. Getting a crown tooth seems not to be that big of a deal since they are very common. It gets interesting if you want something with a root. As I understood this is where the fakes begin. I wanted to leave 3 examples here that are offered right now and would love to have your opinion on that. These are all described as
  12. What do you think of this allosaurus tooth with root ?
  13. Here is my drawing of a Carcharodontosaurus tooth (3 different perspective) as it would have been if found fresh out of the mouth of that beast! The root is actually missing on my fossil, so it's very possible that the root would be different. I'm thinking to do the same thing for a bigger one, to do that I will need good picture of a big one, but I don't own such a tooth. Any opinion would be appreciated, additionnal observation would help to draw a better picture of these tooth and eventually it will help me draw the jaw when I will be confident enough Took about 25 minutes in total. I
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