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  1. Tales From the Shale

    Florida Trip 18th-26th

    Hello all, my name is Jonah. For Spring break I am going to be near Venice, Florida for a little over a week. I'm posting this to see if anyone would like to hunt fossils in the Arcadia area, or Venice/Caspersan. I have experience in the Peace River and diving Venice. If anyone would like to perhaps join or trade information please pm me. I may be stopping in the panhandle to visit an old friend and hunt there as well. So I'll be equipped with gear for both consolidated and non materials. Perhaps meeting a stranger to share a mutual interest is strange, but heck the hard
  2. Went back to Greens Mill Run with some more time for the second time this week. Found way more sharks teeth this time including some pretty exciting crow shark teeth. Need some help identifying this tooth or bone of some sort that is unbeknownst to me.
  3. legolizard

    Back At Greens Mill Run

    I was able to stop by Greens Mill Run in Greenville, NC once again. Only for about an hour, was able to pick up some more fossils including larger belemnites than I found previously. Less shark teeth though, but still mostly consisted of goblin shark teeth.
  4. Hi guys, we’ve seen people’s 6 gill and 7 gill teeth, we’ve seen peoples extraordinary common teeth and I thought why not post your single rarest sharks tooth this is mine, incredibly rare from a very small site that has been closed for decades, I haven’t seen another, if you have please tell me
  5. Bjohn170

    Couple Aquia trips

    Two recent trips to the Aquia formation along Maryland Potomac River yielded some pretty nice finds. First trip started slow just finding your average sand tiger and goblin shark teeth but by the end scored a few Otodus; unfortunately they were all worn with feeding damage but the largest at 1.95” is still quite the find. The two small Cretolamna were nice additions to the haul as well. Second trip the water was very high, even at low tide but I had they day off work so I wasn’t going to waste it, and I’m glad I went. Again all my Otodus have some damage to them but the bigger one measuring ju
  6. AlexMcCarthyWX

    Shark Teeth Identification (Cretolamna?)

    Below are five shark teeth I am trying to make sure I have identified correctly. Teeth 1-4 were found in North Myrtle Beach, though I do not know where tooth 5 is from. I believe that #2, #3, and #4 are C. Appendiculata, but am not confident in that. I wonder if #1 is as well, the shape seems a bit different in my opinion. Thanks!
  7. Hello everyone and first of all thanks for allowing me to have a part on this great forum! My wife and I are from Michigan but took a little vacation to North Carolina. While here we did some fossil hunting and I would love any help in IDing our finds. I will post pictures of them but I am most interested in the knowing the ID of the first two I will share. 1. This tooth has no serrations at all. Looked kind of like great white but the lack of serrations has me wondering. I will defer to the experts
  8. homosapiennnn

    shark tooth or rock??

    Hi! So I know absolutely nothing about fossils, but my dad and I were looking for shark teeth at Fossil Beach in Westmoreland State Park yesterday, and we came up empty handed except for this weird looking rock. At first we thought it was just a rock in the general shape of a shark tooth, but upon closer inspection we noticed that it looks glossy and about the right color in a few spots (especially on one side) and there are some lines in the rock that look sharktooth-esque. It has holes in the top and on the side that are each about a centimeter deep, so we were wondering if it were possible
  9. Bjohn170

    Birthday Fossil Hunt

    I decided to call out of work for my birthday and hit the beach to do some hunting. I kayaked out about 2hrs before low tide and had the beach all to myself the whole day. Found three dolphin teeth right after I landed my kayak, good sign for the day. Found some big hemis and a pretty chub on the walk, then when I got to my kayak I noticed the big shark vert partially buried right next to it! Definitely a better way to spend my birthday than working!
  10. Hello all! I am from Michigan but vacationing in Emerald Isle, NC right now. I fossil hunt often in Michigan but North Carolina is brand new for me. I would love to hunt somewhere off the beaten path that is fossil rich either in a creek with gravel, a quarry, or anywhere else that is not super picked over. My main goal is to find a meg but I love finding any fossils really. I am planning a day trip to GMR but if anyone would be willing to share any tips or suggestions for other places (within 2 hours of emerald isle) that are meg tooth hotspots I would greatly appreciate it. If yo
  11. Hey hi Everybody! I like the unusual teeth. And posterior teeth are some of the most unusual in any given species. So I thought I would start a thread for posterior shark teeth of any species. To kick it off..... Here are some from Shark tooth hill (round mountain silt). I think these are Carcharodon hastalis and (?) planus. The smallest one is just under 1/8th inch wide. So, if You have any posterior shark teeth - please post pictures here. Thanks, Tony
  12. My family has been vacationing at Myrtle Beach for several years now and my son has really got into hunting for shark teeth. He's 12 and has ASD which means when he finds something he really likes and doesn't overwhelm him, it's a win for everyone. We watch a lot of the Facebook groups and the finds that some of those people show off. Our greatest find thus far are 2 GW particle tooth fossils. Lots and Lots of smaller teeth, I think we took home about a hundred last trip. He has always dreamed of finding a megalodon tooth. we have several that we've bought in stores down and around there
  13. wellwellwell

    VA Shark teeth

    Hello! it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, but I read the reports of others quite often. I visited a new spot in Virginia, on the James river, which offered some unexpected teeth. I have found much more worn similar varieties on other rivers, but this seems to be in good shape and I thought it may help me understand a bit more about dating some of the formations I’m seeing in the banks of the rivers, maybe… I believe this is either an angustidens or auriculatus, and looking for any clues from the tooth itself which may positively ID the tooth to know the age of the deposi
  14. Daltong

    Questions about a few teeth

    These are a few of the nicest/most interesting teeth I've found, and I was wondering if anyone knows about the two on the bottom left. I think the one with the red and orange tip is some sort of mako tooth or a similar species, and from what I could find the one beside it with the round profile could be one of the earliest ancestors of white sharks. The top three I believe are all from megalodons, as well as the really short yellow tooth on the bottom. I think that one is a tooth that was growing inside the jaw or something due to its small size compared to the size of the root. The smaller to
  15. Sauropod19

    Andalusia, AL teeth

    Hello! I found these two teeth while fossil hunting at Point A Dam in Andalusia, AL and noticed that at least one appeared to be more reptilian than shark. Sizes are ~1 cm each Though it was hard to get a decent image, this tooth is extremely flat. This tooth is very round, which led me to believe it may not be a shark’s tooth. Thank you for your time!
  16. Bjohn170

    Quick Calvert Trip

    Got out early to kayak the cliffs yesterday and was met with almost immediate regret. The water was far rougher and a bit higher than I was expecting. I drove and hour and a half to get to the boat launch though so I wasn’t just gonna turn around. My kayak was getting tossed around enough to make me nervous but the idiot I am I powered through. Getting to the beach I was met with another obstacle, seems a lot of sand had been kicked up on the beach so there was very little shell line. Only hunting for about 2 hours before the rain was supposed to start; I got a couple nice finds with the littl
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